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- Andrew Jeffrey: Increased use of Wikipedia as a teaching tool in classrooms, The University of Alberta Gateway (30 November 2011)
- Nicole Jones: Colleges take a chance on Wikipedia, KALW News (29 November 2011)
- Laura Cronin: Wikipedia goes to college, PhilanTopic (29 November 2011)
- Tamara Baluja: Can you guess the top 10 digital tools in today’s classroom?, Toronto Globe & Mail (28 November 2011)
- Maria Trujillo: Wikipedia and Higher Education – The Infinite Possibilities, University of British Columbia (25 November 2011)
- Jason G. Goldman: Engaging Undergrads with Wikipedia, Scientific America (November 21, 2011)
- Steve Kolowich: Sociology and Wikipedia, Inside Higher Ed (18 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: Wikipedia makes push into classroom, Regina Leader-Post (12 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: Wikipedia makes push into classroom, Star Phoenix (12 November 2011)
- Lory Hough: Truce be told, Harvard Graduate School of Education (Fall 2011)
- Miguel Acevedo: Wikipedia reaches out to university campuses, Rutgers Today (7 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: Wikipedia pushes to join classrooms, Victoria Times Colonist (6 November 2012)
- Jordan Press: Can Wiki be trusted in class?, Edmonton Journal (6 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: Wikipedia gaining respect in places of higher learning, Vancouver Sun (5 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: An open-sourced education: Wikipedia makes push to become staple of classroom lessons, Montreal Gazette (4 November 2011)
- Jordan Press: An open-sourced education: Wikipedia makes push to become staple of classroom lessons, Canada.com (4 November 2011)