Assessing the accuracy and quality of Wikipedia entries compared to popular online encyclopaedias
|Assessing the accuracy and quality of Wikipedia entries compared to popular online encyclopaedias: A preliminary comparative study across disciplines in English, Spanish and Arabic|
|Author(s)||Imogen Casebourne, Chris Davies, Michelle Fernandes, Naomi Norman|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: accuracy, quality, Wikipedia, Comparison, Encyclopedia)|
|License(s)||CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported|
|Dataset(s)||EPIC/Oxford Wikipedia quality assessment|
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Assessing the accuracy and quality of Wikipedia entries compared to popular online encyclopaedias: A preliminary comparative study across disciplines in English, Spanish and Arabic is a 2012 publication written in English by Imogen Casebourne, Chris Davies, Michelle Fernandes, Naomi Norman.
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- "Quality of information sources about mental disorders: a comparison of Wikipedia with centrally controlled web and printed sources"
- "Comparison of Wikipedia and Other Encyclopaedias for Accuracy, Breadth, and Depth in Historical Articles"
- "Wiki-Philosophizing in a Marketplace of Ideas: Evaluating Wikipedia’s Entries on Seven Great Minds"
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