Can machine learning uncover Wikipedia’s missing “citation needed” tags?

Research Wikipedia

One of the key mechanisms that allows Wikipedia to maintain its high quality is the use of inline citations. Through citations, readers and editors make sure that information in an article accurately reflects its source. As Wikipedia’s verifiability policy mandates, “material challenged or likely to be challenged, and all quotations, must be attributed to a….

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Through #1Lib1Ref, we ask that you give the gift of a citation

Community Foundation GLAM Wikipedia

2019 marks the fourth year of #1Lib1Ref, an annual campaign that asks everyone to jump in and improve Wikipedia by adding at least one citation. In doing so, they help improve the reliability and authenticity of the site for billions of readers. Though literally meaning “One Librarian, One Reference”, #1Lib1Ref has grown to include archivists,….

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The Initiative for Open Citations celebrates its first birthday

Foundation From the archives Research

In celebration, and to mark the progress made, we've designated this month as Open Citations Month.

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Celebrate Wikipedia’s birthday by joining your local library in the #1Lib1Ref campaign

From the archives GLAM Wikipedia Wikipedia Library

The annual #1lib1ref campaign asks librarians to add a citation to a reliable source to Wikipedia—and it's easy to get involved.

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You can now add automatically generated citations to millions of books on Wikipedia

Communications From the archives GLAM Wikipedia Wikipedia Library

Wikipedia editors can now draw on WorldCat, the world’s largest database of books, to generate citations on Wikipedia thanks to a collaboration between OCLC (Online Computer Library Center) and the Wikimedia Foundation's Wikipedia Library program.

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