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REFERENCE WORKS - ENCYCLOPAEDIAS

Does Wikipedia really know everything?

For many people, Wikipedia remains the source of information par excellence. Still, there are doubts about the reliability of the articles. So how do you use this information source intelligently? More...

REFERENCE WORKS - ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Better than Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is hugely popular as an online source of information, but quite often you will hear claims that the information it provides isn’t reliable. Are there other online reference works that can serve as alternatives? More...

REFERENCE WORKS - ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Your own mini encyclopaedia

REFERENCE WORKS - ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Wikipedia sets the example

The World Digital Library, a database published by the UN, was launched online recently. Is it useful? And how about online reference works such as Wikipedia, Encarta or Britannica? More...

CULTURE - ARTS & MUSEUMS

Browsing through European culture

REFERENCE

Competitors for Wikipedia?

While Google has recently launched an online encyclopaedia, Britannica also has a couple of new features in the pipeline. Are they good alternatives to the popular Wikipedia? More...

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Spinning around the UK Web

REFERENCE WORKS

Meet the Wiki family

Most people will be familiar with the Wikipedia encyclopaedia by now. But several “sister projects” have been launched since Wikipedia was created. What’s on offer, and how useful are these other members of the wiki stable? More...

SNAPSHOT

Spinning around the UK Web

Last updated: 21.05.2019

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