• Teachers when
you cite
'
Wikipedia as a
source
Teachers when you
cite an abandoned
website from 2004
that looks like it has
been designed in MS
Paint with no sources
or proof for any of its
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    • That'll change in college lol
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    • CS:GO skills > School skills
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    • Just cite the sources that Wikipedia is sourcing instead of using Wikipedia itself
      Austro 2 jun
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    • Wiki is more reliable than teachers believe. They think anybody can edit it and then that's what the page says. When you edit wiki, it is sent to the administrators who fact check it and approve or deny it.
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    • juststuff 31 may
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    • Just cite the source that were provided in the Wikipedia lol
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    • Don’t cite Wikipedia, cite the sources it cites
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    • Trick: Wikipedia cites the sources at the bottom of the page
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    • I passed my ww1 history test only because i played battlefield 1 campaign 4 times
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    • Don't cite Wikipedia itself cite the sources at the bottom
      _Jenn 1 jun
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    • when you make your own websites for your sources
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    • Use the sources the Wikipedia page cites.
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    • Pro tip: cite the sources at the bottom of the wikipedia page your working on to beef up your "source count"
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    • Here's a trick, don't cite wikipedia. Site the sources wikipedia cites.
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    • You don't cite Wikipedia as a source, you source it's sources
      AnimuStew 31 may
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    • ooes anyone else rinse their pizza?
      Kobro 31 may
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    • Just use the sources Wikipedia gives on the bottom
      Jeeblitt 31 may
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    • Don’t use Wikipedia then, use the sources at the bottom of the page
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    • Hack: Use the source thats on the wikipedia page
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    • Don't cite Wikipedia cite the sources that wikipedia uses.
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    • If you site Wikipedia you’re retard. Cite the sources Wikipedia used dumbass
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    • Just cite the citations inside Wikipedia
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    • Just use the sources used in the Wikipedia article
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    • Just use the og sources that Wikipedia provides.. They can't get mad at that
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    • I just put down the sources Wikipedia Provides
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    • Actually though, joking aside, Wiki is one of the most reliable sources out there BECAUSE it's open for people to edit, any incorrect information is, on average, corrected within an hour because someone will catch it and it also has a full list of sources at the bottom of every page, just in case
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    • Be me write a 15 page research paper with only wiki. Then just copy 6 sites at the bottom of the wiki page get an a
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    • MEME001 1 jun
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    • MEME001 1 jun
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    • Or they make you use library databases which literally will take your search and find anything but what you’re looking for
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    • Teachers when someone plagiarizes something vs teachers when they show the class a video pirated on YouTube
      Wining 1 jun
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    • I remember one time in class a kid used buzzfeed as a source and the teacher gave him a 100% while one kid use a wikipedia source and failed cause it was wikipedia.
      Tazluh 1 jun
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    • Wikipedia is actually more reliable than you think.
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    • We just have to wait until older generations die so the new one’s who actually become teachers can bend the rules a bit
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    • Wikipedia isn't a source tho, it's a collection of sources combound into an article.
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    • Wikipedia isn't a source retard. Just use the links it cites
      schlorp 31 may
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    • Wikipedia isn't a credible source, use this 30-year old text book instead
      BLBurrito 31 may
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    • Haha, fuck you teacher 🖕🏻😂🖕🏻
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    • Next time a teacher bitches about using Wikipedia as a source hit em with the "Well, Wikipedia also says that the Holocaust happened so we know it's not a reliable source"
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    • I can confirm that doesnt change in college, tc just wanted to sound cool
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    • And the reason they always gave was that Wikipedia can be edited by anyone. This is technically true, but they do place restrictions on editing certain pages, and if you make a nonsourced edit, it will quickly be caught and taken out. Contrary to popular belief in the ed community, it's reliable.
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    • DogDaily 1 jun
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    • Cite the source of info at the bottom of Wikipedia
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    • Yeah, not in college it won’t.
      Gockel 1 jun
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    • The trick is to cite the websites in the Wikipedia page references
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    • just cite the source that wikipedia did
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    • my teachers just say use the sources that wikipedia used, then they don’t care
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    • Use Wikipedia and cite the sources it uses and credits for its info
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    • Wikipedia literally has it’s sources in footnotes, all you have to do is go directly to Wikipedia’s sourced info, boom.
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    • Just cite the source that Wikipedia did like seriously
      Sharknana 31 may
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    • Don’t cite Wikipedia, cite the source at the bottom of the page
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    • They have citations on bottom of wikipedia. Use those
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    • I mean it's pretty basic, Wikipedia has citations at the bottom. Follow those links, and use that site for citations. Boom
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    • I love how you can just cite someone else citing someone else that was wrong for the go
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    • Use the references at the bottom of Wikipedia as your sources. You get more sources and your teacher won't eat you out
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    • Yut congrats
      Moisten 31 may
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    • It’s sad that I read this as Mississippi paint
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    • Factsssss
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    • "sometimes I go around and edit random wiki articles making up shit so 7th graders look retarded" - no one
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    • Do people (aka humans) realize that Wikipedia is largest source of the most accurate up to date information available to people (humans)?
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    • Wikipedia should never be used as a source. Wikipedia is a great place to find actual sources however
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    • What if I told you the best sources to cite are at the bottom of the Wikipedia page... not Wikipedia itself
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    • WiKiPeDiA cAn Be EdItEd 🙄
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    • Teachers when you referenced a website that is up to date, but only because you made it to re write the info you got from Wikipedia in your own words so that you don’t have to go searching for other websites
      Destoter 1 jun
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    • My English teacher took off points for using valid sources. We did political subjects for our final and we had to show both sides of the argument. I used Democrat sites and Republican sites. He took away points because I used valid Republican sites simply because he hates Republicans
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    • Don't cite Wikipedia cite Wikipedia's sources
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    • In college it has to be scholarly, peer reviewed articles. Good luck.
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    • You don't need to cite Wikipedia cite what Wikipedia cites don't say you got it from Wikipedia say you got it from where they got it
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    • I've never sited a real website before. I take information then Google that, take a random website and cite that. It's not like they're going to read an entire article to find my 1 sentence
      ziploxian 31 may
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    • Orrr just cite the sources in the bottem of wikipedia. Works, got me a degree
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    • bruh y'all acting like it's so hard to just cite the sources that Wikipedia uses, it dead ass gives you it's sources, teachers just want to make sure you're reading multiple articles to get all the facts down
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    • What I just did is use the sources Wikipedia cited for its info
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    • Then in college you can only cite scholarly sources.
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    • Wikipedia literally cites sources. Use those you absolute mong.
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    • Just use the citations already listed on wikipedia !!!!
      evyevy 31 may
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    • Lol we all know them sites with only size 9 text
      madbad 31 may
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    • Just paraphrase what Wikipedia says and then use the source they have listed down at the bottom. Ez
      elyK 31 may
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    • Site Wikipedia's sources
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    • Wikipedia cites it's sources at the bottom. Use those instead
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    • “Please use our university database. The source has to be from 2015-2018 and peer-reviewed as well”
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    • Honestly Wikipedia is pretty solid. It’s got sources and everything.
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    • Lol not in college, you have to use academic journals and news articles as most of your sources
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    • Use wikipedia as a source for sources. Just go to the bottom and cite their sources. The same information applies
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    • use the sources wikipedia lists
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    • Top tip use the Wikipedia sitations
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    • Site the sites Wikipedia sites = god tier
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    • Just use the sources from Wikipedia at the bottom
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    • Wikipedia has its sources listed with links so just find the info on wikipedia and then cite the scholarly sources which Wikipedia cited for the piece of info
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    • I like citing long ass papers, I’m talkin links to like 10-20 page papers and professors are usually fine with that if I quote from it. I can basically write whatever I want and have a quote or a few from it and say it’s in all the 20 paper source lul
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    • I’m banned from Wikipedia
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    • Just copy from the citations on a Wiki article. It’s actually a great way to find other sources.
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    • You don’t site Wikipedia. You copy the info from Wikipedia then site what Wikipedia sited for it
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    • When will people learn you can just use the sources Wikipedia cites and cite them for the information you get from Wikipedia...?
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    • My teacher is the reason my life went downhill
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