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Question of the Day: Wikipedia Usage

A new study published in First Monday, an online peer-reviewed journal, is reporting that 78 percent of college students use Wikipedia as part of their research process for class assignments. According to the study, “8 in 10 survey respondents (82 percent) reported that they went to Wikipedia to obtain background information or a summary about a topic.”

So, Onward State readers, we want to know…

How often do you use Wikipedia for course research?

[via The Chronicle of Higher Education]

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Here at Onward State, we especially enjoy it when people comment on our posts. In fact, it makes us downright giddy. Question of the Day is a feature on OS that begs to know what you think.

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