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English: Case studies on how to use Wikipedia as a teaching tool in higher education classrooms as part of the Wiki Education Foundation's Classroom Program.
Source Wiki Education Foundation
Author Wikimedia Foundation, Wiki Education Foundation, EXBROOK, other contributors as credited
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