If I was a teacher considering whether to teach using Wikipedia, I
suspect that my main concern would be the child-friendliness and
trustworthiness. So - I think that the most important thing to get in
is that it is checked. Beyond that, it's good to know there's plenty
Do schools need information available offline? Presumably, there's an
advantage for them, and that's why we're sending it out - if so, then
we should mention that it's offline.
So - I like Andrew Gray's suggestion: "Wikipedia offline - xx,000
checked articles and images".
On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 8:00 PM, Andrew Gray <shimgray(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2008/10/16 Andrew Gray <shimgray(a)gmail.com>om>:
Would "Wikipedia offline - 45,000 checked
articles and images" fit?
(where, of course, "45,000" is replaced by whatever the actual number is)
- Andrew Gray
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