Twenty years ago when I attended university, I was told by lecturers in no uncertain terms that Wikipedia should not be used for research because anyone can create and edit content. Critical thinking and well-researched essays were the only way to obtain good marks. A paragraph in an essay required a minimum of two to three different sources, a page required ten sources or more, and one had to include counterarguments and reference widely.
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