Wikipedia gradually accepted in college classrooms


In 1775, Paul Revere boisterously rung bells to warn colonists of an impending influx of British soldiers. Actually, he didn’t. But anyone who visited the Wikipedia page dedicated to Revere earlier this month may have thought that to be the case, reports U.S. News & World Report…this is precisely why college professors almost universally bar students from citing any information they glean from the site, despite the fact that it was the fourth most visited destination on the internet in 2010, according to Google…

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