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Worth looking out for…

…in your newsagent or library if you are planning to teach the Wikipedia module in the 2009 NSW Higher School Certificate.


Issue 119 | October 2007

Wikipedia is becoming the de facto fountain of knowledge for the online world. But can we trust it? Stuart Andrews investigates its custodians and uncovers serious infighting which could undermine the entire resource. We also ask top experts to compare it to the old-school encyclopaedias from Microsoft and Britannica to find out which is best.

The magazine cover takes you there, but the article itself is not online.

This week is the last week of school for 2007 HSC candidates, more than one of whom has been making use of this site during the year. Good luck to all of you.

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