Monday, August 11, 2014

Use of Wikipedia by legal scholars: implications for information literacy

An interesting Masters dissertation: "This study examines the use of Wikipedia across a broad range of judicial and administrative bodies within New Zealand. The primary focus of the study is the use of Wikipedia in courts (and other legally influential bodies) and how this affects the way that information literacy is taught in legal studies, particularly with regards to Wikipedia and other similar internet-based resources."
Maher, D. (2014) Use of Wikipedia by Legal Scholars: Implications for Information Literacy. Masters Dissertation, Victoria University of Wellington.
Photo by Sheila Webber: hydrangea, Hailsham, July 2014

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