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> Middlebury professors take a stand against Wikipedia
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post Fri 2nd March 2007, 10:57am
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Professors question merit of Wikipedia citations
Bowdoin Orient, ME - 44 minutes ago
By Nick Day. Wikipedia.org, the popular online encyclopedia, offers users instant access to over a million articles ranging from the Battle of Waterloo to ...
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post Sat 3rd March 2007, 12:43am
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<img src=http://news.google.com/news?imgefp=4yADDIqlOEcJ&imgurl=www.middlebury.edu/NR/rdonlyres/5753622E-CA0F-43F7-8CBA-E99438F86686/0/head_about_left_photo.jpg width=80 height=61 alt="" border=1>Wikipedia in academia: Open forum at Middlebury tackles the issue
Middlebury College News and Events, VT - 31 minutes ago
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Middlebury College history department’s recent decision to ban the use of Wikipedia by students as a primary source in exams and ...
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Middlebury Bans Use of Wikipedia
The Amherst Student, MA - 2 hours ago
By Jessie Oh, Managing News Editor. Published Monday March 5, 2007. According to The New York Times, the history department at Middlebury College made a ...
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Wikipedia, Academia Have a Love-Hate Relationship
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By Matt Deegan. University of Virginia English professor John Sullivan, who also teaches courses in mass media and American culture, is skeptical of ...
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post Tue 6th March 2007, 1:12pm
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If Thomas Jefferson had a computer, would he have used Wikipedia to research John Locke? Local Virginia academics today have mixed feelings on the online encyclopedia that can be edited by any Web visitor at any time. Some see it as a fresh, more democratic way to collect information that Jefferson would champion; others are more skeptical of it.

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Daffy Duck had a hand in secretly selling guns to Iran in the 1980s. At least that's what a teaching assistant in UF's history department learned while browsing Wikipedia.org.

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Wikipedia an unacceptable academic source
Daily Aztec, CA - 23 minutes ago
AMES, Iowa - When the average college student needs information fast, there aren't many better places to find it than Wikipedia.com. ...
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AMES, Iowa - When the average college student needs information fast, there aren't many better places to find it than Wikipedia.com. With useful entries on everything from Chuck Norris to Liechtenstein to the Iowa State Daily, "the free encyclopedia" can be an invaluable resource.

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