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Educators Using Wikipedia

How far will you allow your students to use Wikipedia? What methods do you use in showing the good traits or vices of this community site? Can you use it to help plan your lessons or to help your students learn?

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Is Wikipedia the best way to share information?

Started by Lorette Weldon. Last reply by Nathan Crawford May 4, 2010. 1 Reply

What are your thoughts on world-wide contributors sharing their views and data in articles about certain topics? Is there a way to filter it out false information for your students' projects?

Tags: learning, student, articles, data, knowledge

The Wikipedia Facts

Started by Lorette Weldon Jan 3, 2010. 0 Replies

My studies have been focused on how humans can work together in gaining better understanding about the world and each other. I decided to start in the educational system (Educational Leadership) and…Continue

Tags: collaboration, sharing, students, lessons, knowledge

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