Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Group 2 Bibliography

Barack, L. “A Wiki War on Vandals.” School Library Journal 52.5 (2006): 24.

Bates, M. E. “Truth and Fiction on the Web.” Online 30.2 (2006): 64.

Binkley, P. “Wikipedia Grows Up.” Feliciter 52.2 (2006): 59-61.

Effert, Robert. “Wikipedia, the Review." School Library Journal 52.3 (2006): 82-85.

Graff, K. “Wikipedia Will Change the World.” Booklist 102.16 (2006): 76.

“History of Wikipedia.” Wikipedia. 2006. Wikipedia. 4 November 2006 <>.

Ishizuka, K. “The Wikipedia Wars.” School Library Journal 50.11 (2004): 24-5.

McPherson, Keith. “Wikis and Literacy Development.” Teacher Librarian 34.1(2006):
67-71.

Miller, B. X., et. al. “I Want My Wikipedia!” Library Journal 131.6 (2006): 122, 124.

Nicholson, P. J. “The Changing Role of Intellectual Authority.” ARL 247 (2006): 1-5.

Richardson, Will. “WHAT’S A WIKI? A Powerful Collaborative Tool for Teaching and Learning. That's What!” Multimedia and Internet@Schools 12.6 (2005): 17-21.

Rosenzweig, Roy. “ Can History Be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past.” Journal of American History 93.1(2006): 117- 147.

Seigenthaler, John. “A False Wikipedia 'Biography.'” Wikipedia Watch. 1 Nov. 2006. .

Shariatmadari, David. “Is a million articles of proof authentic information.” Intermedia 34.3 (2006): 17-19.

Yannie, M. “Wikipedia Watch and Google Watch: http://www.wikipedia-watch.org and http://www.google-watch.org [Web site review].” Journal of Information Ethics 15.1 (2006): 93-4.

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