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Professor Wikipedia Is a Haphazard Mess!

I feel like I have such a love/hate relationship with Wikipedia — the free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit. I love how it's easy to access and offers quick facts about everything and anything, but I'm wary about trusting it as a credible source of information. I think most of you feel the same way as me, since 66 percent of you said you trust it to an extent. Well what if Wikipedia info was taught the way it's presented on the website? Here's what would happen.


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warau warau 9 years
At my University the professors do not allow the use of Wikipedia for papers or projects. I only use Wiki when I'm looking up stuff for fun or quick reference.
looseseal looseseal 9 years
I use Wikipedia mostly to look up movie summaries and comic book plots. Not a lot at stake if those are not 100% correct. Heehee, nobody is in Professor Britannia's class of outdated facts.
Kazagirl Kazagirl 9 years
Ha, I LOVE Wikipedia. It is one of my bookmarks and I am on there at least once a day. My professors have warned me many times that Wikipedia is not a appropriate source. I would never use it for school though. I look up weird things on there more than anything else.
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