NIH Learns to Wiki

Volunteers from Wikipedia descended on the NIH campus last week to train scientists on how to use and contribute to the online encyclopedia, reports Wired Science. The scientists have the expertise on subjects and can make sure the information is reliable, but not on how Wikipedia works.

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