In its statement, Wikipedia
compared the campaign to defacing public property: "When The North Face exploits the trust you have in Wikipedia
to sell you more clothes, you should be angry.
Of course, there are exceptions to the rule, and SQU will definitely hear students' side of the matter before they make such decisions, added Ali, but the general policy of the university is that students who are caught plagiarising work from Wikipedia
would be handed a zero on their submissions.
has now launched a donations drive to build up reserves, Wales said.
If women don't actively edit Wikipedia
at the same rate as men, topics of interest to women are at risk of receiving disproportionately low coverage.
community has also embraced automated technologies to protect the integrity of the encyclopedia.
While at WVU, I created a service learning model for students to learn about Wikipedia
, how to edit it, and why their voice is needed on the site.
People got into it--to the tune of 4 hours--talking about jazz, debating the quality of sources, then turning what they learned into a public repository of information on Wikipedia
Codogno said that Wikipedia
's actions were not to save itself, but to fight for the free web, and to "preserve the Web as a space that is open to less visible realities."
People are surprised when I say negative things about Wikipedia
. I believe Wikipedia
is a missed opportunity.
I went to the UN Women's event on International Youth Day last year, and took a class about how to edit articles on Wikipedia
is an online encyclopedia.
Despite having its own constitution, democratically elected government, military, currency, 20 diplomatic allies, population of 23.5 million and territorial boundary encompassing 36,197 square kilometers, Wikipedia
editors have decided to demote Taiwan's ranking on the list of countries by GDP to a hyphen for being a "state with limited international recognition."
Independent Lebanese media outlet Naharnet has been called Zionist propaganda by a Wikipedia