So, is Wikipedia headed out? Some scientists have found that:
"The number of articles added per month flattened out at 60,000 in 2006 and has since declined by around a third. They also found that the number of edits made every month and the number of active editors both stopped growing the following year, flattening out at around 5.5 million and 750,000 respectively."
I have to wonder if their changes in who can edit has caused this shift. People still look at it (I do) to kick off research.
Schedule your own webinars in a free public elluminate room -- it must be free for all to join! There are so many webinars that are cropping up here and learn central has a lot of potential. Tons of great webinars here -- share them and join them! For example, on Wednesday August 5th there is a HomeSchooling session, Moodle for Middle School, and a Math 2.0 session.
This essay contest would be an excellent cross curricular project between your technology and writing departments and is for inventors digest and several other sponsors and has as a prize a laptop computer and potential to appear on an Emmy Award winning US TV show -- so join in -- applications due August 31, 2009.