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Wikipedia, a endless source of information, but how accurate is this information? i have noticed that in my school we are not allowed to use Wikipedia as a source for information now. it has to do with the fact that anyone can edit Wikipedi
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Wikipedia wants academics to write content, and students to fact-check articles for academic credit. Wikimedia’s ambitious university project also has another goal: To crack previously resistant foreign- markets. An award-winning te