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Wikipedia, a trustworthy source?

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Well, my dear students, thanks for a nice
week. Before you go, the post-modern

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society from a stoicistisc perspective,
475 pages, hand in on Monday.

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Have a nice weekend, 
Thank you!

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You are my favorite pupil, thank you!

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Next Monday

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I told you that Wikipedia is not a credible
source, out, out! Get out of my room!

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Even you? I'm disappointed, out, out!

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I get so angry, angry. 
I've bloody well...

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Do you recognize yourself? You are not
alone. Wikipedia is Swedens sixth most

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visited page, so chances are pretty high
that your students go there to find facts

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and information, just there. Perhaps even
you as educator do that?

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But how can you know whether the articles 
on Wikipedia are reliable or not?

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I'll give you three tips. The tips, they are
So, Ta and Hi.

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So, it is sources. They exists at the
bottom of the Wikipedia articles.

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Look at how many it is and if you think they are good sources.

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Please do click through on
the source to see where you end up.

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Second is Ta, this means Talk. For
each article, there is a tab, go in and see

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what people are talking about. Do they
even talk about anything? If they are, it is

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usually about content and structure. If
there is a discussion about the article, it

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usually makes the article better. It shows
many have been in the article and studied

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and considered what is in the article and
how it should look like.

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Last is Hi, History. That is also a tab.
Check how many have added information

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and removed  information. The more
contributers and people partaking in

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discussions, the better.
It makes article a lot more credible.

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So it is three simple things, So, Ta and Hi.

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Please take a look on this together with your

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students in order to evaluate an article's
credibility on Wikipedia.

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On Wikimedia Sweden, we are working
with the education programme Wikipedia

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in Education. Please let us know if you
are curious, thoughtful or maybe skeptical?

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We want to hear from you.
What we do, is to make Wikipedia

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accessible, useful and understandable.
We would really like to hear from you.

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Wikipedia in Education

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Are you fed up with Wikipedia?
Can you not get enough of Wikipedia?

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Contact us on
utbildning@wikimedia.se