great article! Thanks for sharing, J
> On Nov 7, 2021, at 3:49 PM, Mathieu O'Neil <mathieu.oneil(a)anu.edu.au>
> Hi all
> The first stage in the campaign to introduce WP as part of the fact-checking
curriculum in primary and secondary schools i n Australia was launched last week with the
publication of the following article.
> The title (chosen by eds not us) is a bit 'off' as we are talking about
lateral reading and quick fact-checking not research (though arguably these notions are
intertwined) but it has been useful in terms of generating debate and attention, which I
guess was the goal.
> Students are told not to use Wikipedia for research. But it's a trustworthy
> At a time when it’s increasingly difficult to separate truth from falsehood,
Wikipedia is an accessible tool for fact-checking and fighting misinformation.
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