By Dr. Andree Swanson Wikipedia is not considered a valid and reliable reference. Most professors will not accept citation or reference from Wikipedia. First, it is most likely copied and pasted from the web. Second, the information may not be accurate. In April 2006, when I first wrote this article, this paragraph looked like this: The content of Wikipedia is free, written collaboratively by people from all around the world. This website is a wiki, which means that anyone with access to an Internet-connected computer can edit, correct, or improve information throughout the encyclopedia, simply by clicking the edit this page link (with a few minor exceptions such as protected articles)...On Wikipedia...you are welcome to...edit articles yourself, contributing knowledge as you see fit in a collaborative way. Today, the anonymous authors have been busy and changed the content. Here is how the above paragraph looks today in December 2013: Wikipedia is writ
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