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post Wed 24th January 2007, 1:21pm
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Wikipedia distresses History Department
Middlebury Campus (subscription), VT - 13 minutes ago
Faculty members of the College's Department of History recently passed a resolution forbidding students from using online interactive encyclopedia Wikipedia ...
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post Wed 24th January 2007, 1:21pm
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Faculty members in the Department of History passed a resolution forbidding students from using online interactive encyclopedia Wikipedia for academic assignments. The motion passed unanimously in the wake of students citing the open encyclopedia on essays and final exams.

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post Fri 26th January 2007, 9:02am
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A Stand Against Wikipedia
Inside Higher Ed, DC - 53 minutes ago
As Wikipedia has become more and more popular with students, some professors have become increasingly concerned about the online, reader-produced ...
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post Fri 26th January 2007, 8:04pm
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University bans Wikipedia-citing papers
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Citing Wikipedia in your school projects and papers is now a big no no at Middlebury College in Middlebury Vermont. The History department in the small ...
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post Fri 26th January 2007, 8:31pm
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Citing Wikipedia in your school projects and papers is now a big no no at Middlebury College in Middlebury Vermont. The History department in the small liberal arts college has banned citing the popular online encyclopedia. Students who continue citing could face reduce grades or even failure from the class.

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post Fri 26th January 2007, 7:12pm
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Inisheer writes "History professors at Middlebury College are tired of having all their students submit the same bad information on term papers. The culprit: Wikipedia — the user-created encyclopedia that's full of great stuff, and also full of inaccuracies. Now the the entire History department has voted to ban students from citing it as a resource. An outright ban was considered, but dropped ...

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As Wikipedia has become more and more popular with students, some professors have become increasingly concerned about the online, reader-produced encyclopedia



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University bans Wikipedia-citing papers
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Citing Wikipedia in your school projects and papers is now a big no no at Middlebury College in Middlebury Vermont. The History department in the small ...
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post Fri 2nd February 2007, 9:18pm
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History department makes news with its stand on student use of ...
Middlebury College News and Events, VT - 31 minutes ago
From The Chronicle of Higher Education: "This spring, students in history courses at Middlebury College will find a new disclaimer on syllabi warning them ...
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A History Department Limits Use of Wikipedia
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) - Feb 1, 2007
“Wikipedia is very seductive: We all are sort of enamored of the convenience and speed of the Web,” says Don J. Wyatt, the chairman of Middlebury College’s ...
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Last month the history faculty at Middlebury College, a small, high-minded, high-priced institution in woody Vermont, voted to ban undergraduates from citing Wikipedia in their research papers.

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After a history faculty bans Wikipedia, John Sutherland asks if the site is just for lazy students, or is really at the forefront of an academic revolution.

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So long, truthiness: Middlebury bans Wikipedia in the classroom
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It is 1804, and Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton is lying on the ground near a riverbank, wounded and helpless. Towering above Hamilton with a ...
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College bans students from citing Wikipedia in schoolwork
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by Claire Olhsen. The Hawaiian word "wiki," which means quick, was first used in modern vernacular by Ward Cunningham in 1994 to describe a new type of Web ...
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Suppose you want to impress someone with your command of local trivia by pointing out that the main architect of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act was not really Sherman after all, but a Vermont senator named George F. Edmunds -- the man Burlington named a school after.

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Middlebury College rethinks Wikipedia
BurlingtonFreePress.com, VT - 1 hour ago
By Tim Johnson. Suppose you want to impress someone with your command of local trivia by pointing out that the main architect of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act ...
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Middlebury College history students are no longer allowed to use Wikipedia in preparing class papers. The school's history department recently adopted a policy that says it's OK to consult the popular online encyclopedia, but that it can't be cited as an authoritative source by students.

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Middlebury College history students are no longer allowed to use Wikipedia in preparing class papers.



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post Tue 13th February 2007, 1:52pm
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College: Wikipedia Not Source for Papers
Munster Times, IN - 9 minutes ago
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. - Middlebury College history students are no longer allowed to use Wikipedia in preparing class papers. The school's history department ...
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Middlebury College history students are no longer allowed to use Wikipedia in preparing class papers.

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