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Monday, June 20, 2011
As an open source that is not subjected to traditional forms of peer review, Wikipedia must be considered only as reliable as the credibility of the footnotes it uses….But I also tell students that the information can be skewed in directions of ideology or other forms of bias, and so that is why it cannot be taken as a final authority. Maurice Hall, Associate Professor of Communication and Culture at Villanova UniversityWikipedia Gradually Accepted in College Classrooms


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