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Dr. Gordon Miller
This thesis reviews the significance of Wikipedia in an approach to internet historiography. Wikipedia incorporates Web 2.0 methods to create a new way to study and revise history through a consensus of multiple users and editors. The argument of the thesis is structured to address some of the qualms many academics have about Wikipedia, examine how historiography functions in an internet driven world, and finally how Wikipedia fits into the puzzle of internet historiography. It concludes that Wikipedia, the largest user-based information site in the world, must be at the forefront of discussion surrounding internet historiography.
McQuade, Curran, "From Consumers to Creators: Wikistoriograhy and the Consensus of Collaborative Learning in the Landscape of Web 2.0" (2016). Selected Honors Theses. 44.