On 2015-07-15 06:47, Pine W wrote:
I agree that finding correct, accurate, current, and NPOV information can be a challenging task, and media literacy is an important skill these days.
Good research tasks today go beyond the goal of finding just any book,
magazine, journal or webpage that asserts a certain fact.


And actually we are already at the stage where these skills become in dispensable for anyone who wants to successfully contribute to Wikipedia. With a very few exceptions (recent sporting results etc) all low-hanging fruit is gone, and one needs to have access to digitized and paper sources, have skills in understanding these sources, and often have some language skills since many needed sources are not in English.


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