COM 400 ~ WK 2 – Response Questions - 12265

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·         WK2-DQ#1-Instructors Response Question to another students DQ:

(DUE: Thursday, May 24rd)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

I think in theory Wikipedia is a great idea, the thought of pooling the world's knowledge into one large encyclopedia is great. But the problem is there are no checks and balances. They need people to verify the information. There have been countless times I went to Wikipedia on a subject only to find the information there to be false. So where do you go to get reliable information?

 

 

 

 

·         WK2-DQ#1-Additional Response Question:

(DUE: Thursday, May 24rd)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

Since beginning back to school, facilitator's have cautioned against the use of Wikipedia, because there is not a process in place to confirm the information is 100% correct as you have indicated.  Individuals can update and edit what they believe to be the truth.  The internet has some great information but we do have to confirm it.  I am not a big fan of permanency of the internet, but who would determine what should stay and what should be removed?

 

 

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·         WK2-DQ#1-Instructors Response Question to another students DQ:

(DUE: Thursday, May 24rd)  Min. 100 Word Count

 

I think in theory Wikipedia is a great idea, the thought of pooling the world's knowledge into one large encyclopedia is great. But the problem is there are no checks and balances. They need people to verify the information. There have been countless times