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The Best of ENCYCLOPEDIAS on the Internet

Library Spot Encyclopedias

Convenient links to popular online encyclopedias including Britannica.com, Columbia Encyclopedia, Encarta Online, Encyclopedia.com, How Stuff Works, Information Please and Xrefer.

www.libraryspot.com/encyclopedias.htm

RefDesk

Refdesk is the Internet's reference desk, with dozens of links for Fast Facts, Quick Reference, a Facts Subject Index, Newspapers - USA & Worldwide, Search Engine Resources, Internet Help, and Writing Web Documents. There's also a Facts Encyclopedia with over seventy volumes of indexed subjects and Facts Subject Index with twenty-four subject categories.
www.refdesk.com/factency.html

Wikipedia

Wikipedia is an encyclopedia written collaboratively by its readers. The site is a Wiki, meaning that anyone can edit almost any article. Wikipedia contains a huge amount of information on all sorts of subjects ranging from politics, science, history, music, religion, pop culture, and sports to everything and anything in between.
wikipedia.org

Encyclopedias in the News


Jimmy Wales? new Wikitribune - 24 Apr 2017 at 5:08pm
Jimmy Wales changed encyclopedias and news while he was at it. And now he?s at it at it again, announcing a crowdfunding campaign to start Wikitribune, a collaborative news platform with ?professional journalists and community contributors working ...

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