Saturday, January 24, 2009
The Encyclopaedia Britannica has unveiled a plan to let readers help keep the reference work up to date.
Under the plan, readers and contributing experts will help expand and maintain entries online.
Experts will also be enrolled in a reward scheme and given help to promote their command of a subject.
However, Britannica said it would not follow Wikipedia in letting a wide range of people make contributions to its encyclopaedia.
Posted by ΙΩΑΝΝΗΣ ΠΑΝΑΡΕΤΟΣ at 12:29 pm