For me Wikipedia has been one of my research pages for some time now. Whenever I needed to do some research, Wikipedia has always had some kind of information on my topic. Although it might not have an efficient amount of information, Wiki always gave me information that i can use in my papers. Some professors, or other people in general would tell us not to use Wikipedia as one our research references because they aren’t always accurate or believable. to me the information we see on Wikipedia we can always find on a different website or book. Thats how it is with a lot of the websites that we use today. Why put Wiki down for what some people may think.
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