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Brenna Gray, an English professor from Douglas College in suburban Vancouver, says that Wikipedia can help students become more accurate researchers — if they’re asked to contribute to the site. Her theory was that students who knew their posts would be made public would be more concerned about accuracy than students who were writing for their professor alone. She tested her theory by having students create Wikipedia posts about obscure Canadian writers. It seems to have worked.
English prof says Wikipedia is a good teaching tool – - Macleans OnCampus
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