Monday, March 22, 2010

Wikipedia Bibliography:

Bosworth, A. (2004, Dec. 20). What is wikipedia...And how does it treat history? George Mason University's History News Network. Accessed 3-10.

Bryant, T. (2007, Aug. 21). Checking the reliability of Wikipedia. Academic Commons, blog. Accessed 3-10.

Fildes, J. (2007, August 15). Wikipedia 'shows CIA page edits'. BBC News. Accessed 3-10.

Frean, A. (2007, April 11). Wikipedia a force for good? Nonsense, says a co-founder. Timesonline. /news/tech_and_web/article1637535.ece. Accessed 3-10.

Hesse, M. (2008, April 27). Truth- Can you handle it?. Washington Post. Accessed 3-10.

Martin, N. (2007, Sept.) Wikipedia clamps down on 'unreliable' editors. Telegraph, UK. Accessed 3-10.

Meredith, L. (2010, Feb. 17). Information anarchy: Don't believe everything you read. LiveScience. Accessed 3-10.

Schiff, S. (2006, July 31). Know it all: Can Wikipedia conquer expertise? The New Yorker. Accessed 3-10.

Seelye, K. (2005, Dec. 4). Snared in the web of a Wikipedia liar. New York Times, Week in Review. Accessed 3-10.

Seigenthaler, J. (2005, Nov. 29). A false Wikipedia 'biography'. USA Today. opinion/editorials/2005-11-29-wikipedia-edit_x.htm. Accessed 11-08.

Critical source evaluation

UC Berkeley Library (2010, Jan.). Evaluating web pages: Techniques to apply & questions to ask. Accessed 3-10.

Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries (2010). Evaluating information found on the internet. Accessed 3-10.

Ohio Univ. Dept. of Linguistics. (2008). Evaluating your source (links). Accessed 3-10.

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