Question: Is the construction of information on Wikipedia like Levitin's airplane?
In The Organized Mind, Daniel Levitin compares the construction of information in Wikipedia to the construction of an airplane built without the use of experts in aeronautical engineering.
He points out a "blatant disregard for expertise" and the ability of anyone, even "an eleven-year-old county champion of paper airplane making" to completely remove the work of experts.
Review the information on the creation of information in Wikipedia including the guidelines and information on Talk pages and History.
Consider these questions for your group presentation.
For your group presentation be prepared to share: