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Phoebe Ayers (user:phoebe) is a science and engineering reference librarian at the University of California, Davis. She has been involved with Wikipedia since 2003 and is an organizer of the Wikimania conferences.
Table of Contents
|What's in Wikipedia?||p. 3|
|The World Gets a Free Encyclopedia||p. 31|
|Finding Wikipedia's Content||p. 59|
|Understanding and Evaluating an Article||p. 99|
|Basic Editing||p. 131|
|Good Writing and Research||p. 161|
|Cleanup, Projects, and Processes||p. 199|
|Make and Mend Wikipedia's Web||p. 231|
|Images, Templates, and Special Characters||p. 261|
|The Life Cycle of an Article||p. 287|
|Becoming a Wikipedian||p. 301|
|Community and Communication||p. 331|
|Policy and Your Input||p. 363|
|Disputes, Blocks, and Bans||p. 383|
|200 Languages and Counting||p. 407|
|Wikimedia Commons and Other Sister Projects||p. 419|
|The Foundation and Project Coordination||p. 447|
|Reusing Wikimedia Content||p. 459|
|Wikipedia for Teachers||p. 463|
|Edit Summaries Jargon||p. 467|
|History (List of Wikipedia Pages Referenced in This Work)||p. 477|
|GNU Free Documentation License||p. 491|
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