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Free Civic Online Reasoning lessons, assessments and videos are available at 🤍 You might have heard that you can’t trust anything on Wikipedia. If that’s the case, then why do professional fact checkers often use it? In this video, we break down the basics of how to use Wikipedia wisely. Based on research with professional fact checkers, the Civic Online Reasoning curriculum from the Stanford History Education Group provides resources to help students become better consumers of digital information.
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Do you ever wonder how Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia anyone can edit, really works? Or even, who are the people who edit and improve it? The Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit organization behind Wikipedia and other free knowledge projects, created “A Wiki Minute”, a series of videos that answer this and other frequently asked questions, in only a minute. Have another minute? Discover how people are working to make sure the content on Wikipedia reflects the world’s diversity: 🤍 #AWikiMinute #Wikipedia #OpenTheKnowledge
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Let's talk about Wikipedia. Wikipedia is often maligned by teachers and twitter trolls alike as an unreliable source. And yes, it does sometimes have major errors and omissions, but Wikipedia is also the Internet's largest general reference work and as such an incredibly powerful tool. Today we'll discuss using Wikipedia for good - to help us get a birds-eye view of content, better evaluate information with lateral reading, and find trustworthy primary sources. Special thanks to our partners from MediaWise who helped create this series: The Poynter Institute The Stanford History Education Group (sheg.stanford.edu) Follow MediaWise and their fact-checking work across social: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 MediaWise is supported by Google. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Eric Prestemon, Sam Buck, Mark Brouwer, Naman Goel, Patrick Wiener II, Nathan Catchings, Efrain R. Pedroza, Brandon Westmoreland, dorsey, Indika Siriwardena, James Hughes, Kenneth F Penttinen, Trevin Beattie, Satya Ridhima Parvathaneni, Erika & Alexa Saur, Glenn Elliott, Justin Zingsheim, Jessica Wode, Kathrin Benoit, Tom Trval, Jason Saslow, Nathan Taylor, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany, SR Foxley, Yasenia Cruz, Eric Koslow, Caleb Weeks, Tim Curwick, D.A. Noe, Shawn Arnold, Malcolm Callis, Advait Shinde, William McGraw, Andrei Krishkevich, Rachel Bright, Jirat, Ian Dundore Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
Wikipedia has an article about Gamergate. It's complete nonsense. The Gamergate controversy was a consumer backlash against dishonest media coverage, poor ethics in journalism, woke scolding, and cringe identity politics specifically focused on the gaming industry. It focused primarily on exposing Corruption, Collusion, and Censorship within these industries as its main goals. Unfortunately, as with many movements that expose the fraudulence and dishonesty of establishment media machines, the media decided to abuse their power and utilize tactics of yellow journalism and lies of omission to slander Gamergate as a "Harassment campaign." A hoax that is still believed by numerous people, as well as further pushed by ignorant Bread/Grift-tubers to this day. Because Wikipedia operates largely by repeating MSM narratives, their article stands as a major mark of misinformation and propaganda in regards to the Gamergate controversy. This video is focused on refuting it. Disclaimer: This video does not condone, and in fact this channel as a whole, strongly condemns the use of harassment and/or violence towards any individual or group. The purpose of this video is to show the Gamergate controversy from the side that the media did not cover, and expose the dishonesty in said coverage. 00:00 Intro 02:48 Feel free to skip to here if you already understand GG 09:17 Bad sources and Yellow Journalism 16:35 Circular reporting / "Citogenesis" 17:55 Further Evidence against the Narrative 18:52 How Wikipedia is flawed 21:50 Conclusion LINKS All My Links: 🤍 If you want to leave me a tip / support my content: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter for channel updates and general bantz: 🤍 My Discord: 🤍 Odysee Backup: 🤍 Rumble Backup: 🤍 = Ody see Backup: 🤍
Wikipedia is a very old, very complicated, and incredibly active site with millions upon millions of users relying on it for information. The vast majority of these users wouldn't give the care and maintenance of the site a second thought. But take a closer look and you'll find that the free online encyclopedia is home to an entire rogue's gallery of bizarre individuals who each have their own unusual motives and goals. These are the Cryptids of Wikipedia. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE COOL STUFF 🔵➢Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 🟣➢Join the Discord: 🤍 ⚪️➢Follow me on Twitch: 🤍 🔴➢Second Channel: 🤍 🟠➢Patreon: 🤍 Tracklisting (in order) 1. Captain KRB - Night Shift [Part 1] 2. Captain KRB - Night Shift [Part 2] 3. DK Country - Fear Factory 4. Earthbound - Weird Opponent 5. Earthbound - Otherworldy Foe 6. Captain KRB - out (in the world, baby) 7. PilotRedSky - Clicker That Should Be 8. Kevin Macleod - Screen Saver 9. DK Country - DK Island Swing 10. Captain KRB - aimless…….. 11. Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92 12. Captain KRB - pretzels 13. Captain KRB - burgazzz attempt #1 14. PilotRedSun - dimweb 15. Frequently Asked Music - Land of Forgotten Dreams 16. Manos Apostolopoulos - Mountains of Silence 17. PilotRedSky - Climb Imba CHAPTERS 0:00 Intro 2:46 Know Your History 7:14 The Bizarre 15:19 The Unhinged 28:07 Intermission 28:37 The Sinister 37:57 Outro
The Unusual Wikipedia Articles Iceberg Explained Wikipedia articles, we all have looked at them, we all at least once tried to write our own submissions for topics. Wikipedia itself is just well known. In this iceberg explained video, we’ll be looking at unusual articles in Wikipedia. The use of Wikipedia has expanded over the years and there have been many unusual articles posted. The Unusual Wikipedia Articles Iceberg Explained deals with Wikipedia Articles that contain some NSFW entries/articles JOIN MY DISCORD SERVER! 🤍 I want to be more interactive with my community and joining the server will be the best way for us to interact, so why not join? SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: 🤍 FOLLOW MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS: INSTAGRAM: 🤍GabrielAlfaro TWITTER: 🤍GabrielAlfaro Link To Reddit Iceberg Chart: 🤍 #IcebergExplained #Wikipedia #WikipediaArticles TimeStamps: Intro: 00:00 Layer One: 00:47 Layer Two: 8:50 Layer Three: 19:36 Layer Four: 29:02
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How to pronounce wikipedia? This video provides examples of American English pronunciations of wikipedia by male and female speakers. In addition, it explains the meaning of wikipedia through a dictionary definition and several visual examples. IPA Transcription of wikipedia is /wˈɪkip.id.iə/. Definition of wikipedia according to Wiktionary: wikipedia can be a name, a noun or a verb As a name wikipedia can mean: 1. A free-content online encyclopedia founded in 2001, collaboratively developed over the World Wide Web in a number of languages. 2. The community that develops the Wikipedia encyclopedia. 3. A main-belt asteroid (No. 274301). As a noun wikipedia can mean: 1. A version of the encyclopedia Wikipedia (a free-content online encyclopedia) in a particular language. 2. A wiki or similar collaborative database. 3. A source of abundant encyclopedic knowledge. 4. A page on Wikipedia. As a verb wikipedia can mean: To consult Wikipedia for information. If you'd like to test your pronunciation of wikipedia, check out Accent Hero's real-time pronunciation feedback tool: 🤍 or our Android app: 🤍
#encyclopedia #britannica #encyclopediaworld Naturalis Historia of Pliny the Elder, the earliest encyclopedic work to have survived to modern times: The earliest encyclopedic work to have survived to modern times is the Naturalis Historia of Pliny the Elder, a Roman statesman living in the 1st century AD. He compiled a work of 37 chapters covering natural history, architecture, medicine, geography, geology, and all aspects of the world around him. Comparison between Yongle Encyclopedia and Wikipedia Yongle Encyclopedia: The largest paper encyclopedia ever produced is possibly the Yongle Encyclopedia, completed in 1407 in 11,095 books, 370 million Chinese characters, and commissioned by the Yongle Emperor. The encyclopedia was completed in 1408 at the Guozijian in Nanjing (now Nanjing University). Wikipedia: The English Wikipedia passed the mark of two million articles on September 9, 2007, making it the largest encyclopedia ever assembled, surpassing the Yongle Encyclopedia made during the Ming Dynasty in 1408, which had held the record for almost 600 years.
A new mathematical proof was in the news this week, which partially solves the Erdos Discrepancy Problem. The proof was described as "bigger than Wikipedia". I attempt to explain the problem using a puzzle which you can try at home. The puzzle was my idea to explain it to you - that's not really how the problem is stated. New Scientist: 🤍 The Independent: 🤍 Tim Gowers Blog: 🤍 PolyMath Project: 🤍 The paper: 🤍 Boris Konev's webpage: 🤍 One page proof that a sequence of twelve has discrepency of 2 🤍
Wikipedia articles have different types of page protection. We look a the most commonly found types of protection found on articles. The most common types of page protection are semi-protection and extended confirmed protection. Each type of protection requires registered users to have met a minimum contribution threshold before a registered user can edit. This is to prevent spam in the form of unregistered users and new users creating accounts for unconstructive editing. Wikipedia Editing Basics 🤍 #Wikipedia
All of us search many topics and read many articles daily and most of them are easily found on wikipedia.When you come to wikipedia, you are able to read what the wiki's community has written. By clicking an "edit" button on an article, you are able to edit the article's text. You can add or change anything you like in the article you are reading. But do you know how wikipedia works? Who writes article on wikipedia? Are the articles in wikipedia reliable? Ayiyee Jante Hai Subscribe Intro Music Credits - Music: Spring In My Step - Silent Partner 🤍 Follow On Instagram - 🤍 Facebook Page - 🤍 Follow On Twitter - 🤍 #wikipedia #howwikipediaworks #wikipediaauthor
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today i looked at unhinged wikipedia articles that are real, these wikipedia articles are actually real, can you believe these unhinged wikipedia articles are actually real? they feel like something only a person who could write a youtube description this one could. How many of yall read this? ive left increasingly indecipherable and borderline cognitohazard material in this section and it rarely gets mentioned. The few who have been made aware of what exists beneath the show more fold are a privileged yet cursed people. wiki articles are unhinged u can stream my song "cracker!" everywhere: 🤍 edited by: nina: 🤍 nuka: 🤍 MASKED UP CLOTHING: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍
In which Hank just gets really nerdy for a while trying to figure out whether it's possible to encode and decode all 24 TB of Wikipedia onto and from a single QR code. Please feel free to check my math and let me know if I got anything wrong. Minute Physics: How Far Can Legolas See: 🤍 Decoding a QR Code by hand: 🤍 (which does a great job of explaining exactly how QR codes work.) I know I didn't correct for the distortion at the edge of the wide-angle shot, but Henry and I went through the calculation and found that it didn't affect the overall result. Subscribe to our newsletter! 🤍 And join the community at 🤍 🤍 Help transcribe videos - 🤍 John's twitter - 🤍 John's tumblr - 🤍 Hank's twitter - 🤍 Hank's tumblr - 🤍
The Unusual Wikipedia Articles Iceberg Explained (Part 2) This is Part 2 of The Unusual Wikipedia Iceberg Explained. This video contains a couple of NSFW entries and deals with a ton of serious issues. Wikipedia contains a lot of unusual articles and in this iceberg explained video, we'll be looking at the Wikipedia articles/pages. If you enjoy looking Wikipedia articles and exploring the unusual/weird side of Wikipedia, then this iceberg explained video will be good for you! JOIN MY DISCORD SERVER! 🤍 I want to be more interactive with my community and joining the server will be the best way for us to interact, so why not join? SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: 🤍 FOLLOW MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS: INSTAGRAM: 🤍GabrielAlfaro TWITTER: 🤍GabrielAlfaro Link To Reddit Iceberg Chart: 🤍 #IcebergExplained #Wikipedia #WikipediaArticles TimeStamps: Intro: 00:00 Layer 5: 00:23 Layer 6: 9:22 Layer 7: 19:37 Layer 8: 29:46
Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky react to the definition of 'recession' being changed in Wikipedia, in relation to how the White House is handling the conversation around a recession. About Rising: Rising is a weekday morning show with bipartisan hosts that breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders who can predict what is going to happen. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers. Follow Rising on social media: Website: Hill.TV Facebook: facebook.com/HillTVLive/ Instagram: 🤍HillTVLive Twitter: 🤍HillTVLive
Wikipedia क्या है | What Is Wikipedia In Hindi | Wikipedia Explained In Hindi hello friends this video is about Wikipedia in this video I have explained what is Wikipedia in Hindi how you can use Wikipedia and for what you can use it in this video I have also explained that it we write information on Wikipedia when Wikipedia was first used in this video I have completely explained details about Wikipedia in Hindi language so friends watch this video complete and understand what is actual meaning of Wikipedia how you can use this this all terms in this video so friends please subscribe to my channel and press the bell icon to get latest updates from this channel thank you so much for watching this video friends thanks a lot keywords in this video:- 1. what is Wikipedia in Hindi 2. Wikipedia kya hai 3. Wikipedia explained in Hindi 4. use of Wikipedia 5. features of Wikipedia #DeepakTechTimes#Wikipediameaninginhindi
🤍 MARKETING RESEARCH EXPLAINED for 7K Metals Members! Learn all about Marketing Research in this Wikipedia Educational Video! Marketing Q/A: What are the fundamentals of marketing research? Marketing research is the process of gathering and analyzing data about markets, products, and customers to inform business decisions. The fundamentals of marketing research involve establishing objectives, selecting an appropriate research method, designing the research methods, collecting data, and analyzing the results. What is qualitative and quantitative marketing research? Qualitative marketing research is used to gain in-depth insights and open-ended feedback, often through focus groups or interviews. Quantitative marketing research is used to draw statistically-valid conclusions from a larger data sample, often through surveys or online polls. How can I use marketing research to make business decisions? Marketing research is used to better understand the needs, attitudes and behaviors of customers, current and potential markets, and competition. This information can help inform business decisions by providing insight into pricing, product & service offerings, and marketing strategies. How do I measure the success of a marketing research campaign? The success of a marketing research campaign can be measured by several factors, including the accuracy of the data collected, the degree to which the campaign meets its objectives, and the effect research had on business decisions. What is the difference between primary and secondary research? Primary research is data collected directly from sources, such as surveys and interviews. Secondary research is data that has been collected, such as industry statistics. What types of data can I collect from marketing research? Data collected from marketing research can include demographic information, customer sentiment, product preferences, and more. What are common mistakes to avoid when conducting marketing research? Common mistakes to avoid when conducting marketing research include not defining clear objectives, not collecting enough data and not analyzing the data correctly. How do I interpret marketing research results? To interpret marketing research results effectively, you need to understand the data being collected, the research methods used to collect the data, and the implications of the results. How can I use market research to determine market size? Market research can be used to estimate a market’s size by collecting data on customer demographics, preferences, buying habits, and trends. How do I use customer surveys to develop an effective marketing strategy? Customer surveys can be used to collect data on customer attitudes, behaviors, and preferences. This data can help form marketing strategies. What techniques can I use to interpret marketing research results? Techniques for interpreting marketing research results include visualization tools such as charts and graphs; statistical analysis; and qualitative analysis. What techniques can I use to segment a market? Techniques for segmenting a market include demographic segmentation, geographic segmentation, psychographic segmentation, behavioral segmentation, and lifestyle segmentation. What are the benefits of marketing research? The benefits of marketing research include gaining insights into customer needs, preferences, and behaviors; identifying target markets; developing positioning strategies; and making better business decisions. What is customer segmentation and how can it help with marketing strategy? Customer segmentation is the process of dividing customers into groups based on shared characteristics. It can develop more targeted marketing strategies by allowing companies to tailor messages and products to different customer segments. What factors should I consider when conducting marketing research? When conducting marketing research, you should consider your research objectives, the research tools and methods you'll use, the resources available, the cost of conducting the research, the time you have to complete the research, and how to analyze results. How do I use market research to identify new markets? Market research can be used to identify new markets by collecting data on consumer demographics, preferences and trends. How do I use customer feedback to develop effective marketing strategies? Customer feedback can be used to develop effective marketing strategies by providing insights into customer preferences, identifying target audiences, and understanding competitive landscapes. How do I use primary and secondary research to identify customer needs? Primary research such as surveys and interviews can be used to gain deeper understanding of customer needs #marketingresearch #howto #whatis #howdo 🤍 ATTRIBUTIONS: SOURCE: 🤍 CREATOR: 🤍
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In 2013 the media noticed something was happening on Croatian Wikipedia, something that had been happening for a while. It took over a decade for the right-wing capture of Croatian Wikipedia to be stopped by the efforts of many Wikipedians over the course of a decade. The bibliography is ordered in order of appearance (hopefully correct!) as opposed to by alphabetical order, that's because this video relies pretty much exclusively on articles and specific Wiki pages which makes it kinda hard to navigate if it's just ordered by usernames in my opinion, might not be the best way to do it but it's how I chose to do it. Bibliography: - MJ Lemonsnout, "How I rescued Croatian Wikipedia from the Far-Right (old)", Youtube, Dec. 11th, 2021., 🤍 [Accessed 09.07.2023] - WMF, "The Case of Croatian Wikipedia: Encyclopaedia of Knowledge or Encylopaedia for the Nation?" WMF, June 14th, 2021. - T. Sampson, "How pro-fascist ideologues are rewriting Croatia's history", Daily Dot, Oct. 1st, 2013. - C. Cimpanu, "Wikimedia bans admin of Wikipedia Croatia for pushing radical right agendas", The Record, Jun. 21st, 2021. - R. Griffin, "Nature of Fascism", 1991 - MJ Lemonsnout, et. al. "Request for comment/Global ban for Kubura", meta.wikimedia.org, Nov. 15th 2020. - Broco, "Wikipedia: Administrators/Suggestions for administrators/kubura", Hr.Wikipedia.org, Sep. 17th 2009. - WizardOfOz, "Croatian Wikipedia-misuse of admin tools by User:Kubura", meta.wikimedia.org, Mar. 7th 2010. - Dalibor Bosits, "Global rollback for Dalibor Bosits", meta.wikimedia.org, Feb. 10th 2010. - Tritomex, CommonsDelinker, "Ustaše: the difference between the versions", Hr.Wikipedia.org, Nov. 12th 2012. - Frano Millić, et. al. "Administrators/Revocation proposals/SpeedyGonsales, Kubura and Zeljiko", Hr.Wikipedia.org, Oct. 26th 2013. - Fraxinus, "Bureaucrats/Suggestions for bureaucrats/Kubura", Hr.Wikipedia.org, Aug. 18th 2017. - Riley, "Stewards/Elections2020/Votes/~riley", meta.wikimedia.org, Jan. 23rd 2020. - Lasta, "User:Lasta/CU38", meta.wikimedia.org, Oct. 30th 2020. - Music: Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic Soundtrack #wikipedia #croatia #history Second Channel ► 🤍Fredda-Gaming Twitter ► 🤍 Patreon ► 🤍 Twitch ► 🤍 Community Discord ► 🤍
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Wikipedia has been criticised after the website changed the definition of the term recession and locked the page to prevent editing by the public. The criticism comes as the US records its second consecutive quarter of negative growth, which is often regarded as the start of a technical recession. However, the White House and the National Bureau of Economic Research disagree, arguing the technical definition of a recession is different.
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