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Some studies examine the credibility of Wikipedia from its contributors’ perspective. We categorize articles here that examine wikipedians’ inside-view perceptions of credibility of the articles they create. This is distinct from Wikipedia readers’ perceptions of the encyclopedia’s credibility (which we classify as Readership: Credibility) and also distinct from any attempt at objective, unbiased evaluation of reliability (which we classify as Content: Quality: Reliability).
 
Some studies examine the credibility of Wikipedia from its contributors’ perspective. We categorize articles here that examine wikipedians’ inside-view perceptions of credibility of the articles they create. This is distinct from Wikipedia readers’ perceptions of the encyclopedia’s credibility (which we classify as Readership: Credibility) and also distinct from any attempt at objective, unbiased evaluation of reliability (which we classify as Content: Quality: Reliability).
  
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Latest revision as of 18:23, April 30, 2012

Contributor perceptions of credibility: Some studies examine the credibility of Wikipedia from its contributors’ perspective. We categorize articles here that examine wikipedians’ inside-view perceptions of credibility of the articles they create. This is distinct from Wikipedia readers’ perceptions of the encyclopedia’s credibility (which we classify as Readership: Credibility) and also distinct from any attempt at objective, unbiased evaluation of reliability (which we classify as Content: Quality: Reliability).