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Is Wikipedia a reliable source of information? What can you do to help make it better?

In this session we will have a talk and Q&A session to discuss these questions and more. We will explore the history of Wikipedia, what happens behind the scenes to make it all work, how information is fact-checked and kept trustworthy, as well as the role of the extensive Wikipedia editorial community. There will also be a free sandwich lunch.

After this interesting discussion, there will be a 2 hour hands-on session to help you understand the Wikipedia editorial process. Please bring your own device and sign up for a Wikipedia account before the session.

This session has now finished. If you would like us to repeat it, please let us know

 

Date: 
Thursday, 22 June, 2017
Location: 
Glass Room, Betty & Gordon Moore Library
Time: 
13:00-16:30
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