Article on accuracy of Wikipedia

“Can Wikipedia ever make the grade” examines the accuracy of the online
encyclopedia, having several academics evaluate articles in their area
of expertise.  (source; j’s scratchpad)


  1. James

    April 11, 2007 @ 2:55 pm


    I think the accuracy of an online encyclopedia will largely depend on the community of editors that develops and maintains it, in much the same way the quality of a print encyclopedia is determined by the, albeit smaller, group of traditional editors.

  2. WSI

    October 12, 2007 @ 11:33 am


    Dear James,

    I think the same way about this issue. But due to the fact that an online encyclopedia as of its nature has a much bigger community of editors than a print encyclopedia the articles show many more facettes and views from different people and different regions. Also the articles can be more detailed.

    Kind regards, Mark

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