The Limits of Wikipedia: Why it is NOT a Good Research Tool

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The Limits of Wikipedia: Why it is NOT a Good Research Tool

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The Teacher-Helper breaks down what makes Wikipedia ineffective as an academic research tool, and explains the two beneficial uses of Wikipedia.

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