Why universities are hiring ’Wikipedeans-in-Residence’

The online resource isn’t going away. So schools are trying to help students make the best use of it.

YouTube’s plan to fight conspiracy theories only exposes a crisis of authority

YouTube has tapped Wikipedia to combat dubious videos with facts—revealing how hard it’s become to determine truth amid an ocean of information online

The most-edited Wikipedia pages from House of Commons IP addresses

Who’s editing what from Canadian government computers?

Wikipedia looks to play nice with PR people

Founder Jimmy Wales once said Wikipedia was no place for the "puffery and spin" of PR. That could change.

Meet the man with 130,000 Wikipedia edits

David Purdy is an instructor at King’s in Halifax
Newsmakers: Sept. 6-13, 2012

Names in the news

Sept. 6-13, 2012: Blake and Ryan get hitched, Philip Roth takes on Wikipedia, and pro football tackles gay marriage
Newt Gingrich: best trivial pursuit president ever

Newt Gingrich: best trivial pursuit president ever

Scott Feschuk on the walking Wikipedia with fat baby hands who is wooing America
Taiwan Japan Porn Problem

How porn parodies avoid copyright restrictions

And why all this make SOPA look even more evil
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Wikipedia blacks out to protest SOPA

Legislation could ’fatally damage’ the free Internet, online encyclopedia says

The case against Wikipedia in the classroom

Students should learn to build arguments, not write entries