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Gone are the days of heading to the local library to consult heavy encyclopedias for answers to your burning questions. Today, you go online in search of the answers to your questions on the internet! When researching a topic, event or individual, most people turn to Google for information. A majority of the time, one of the first search results to appear will be a Wikipedia page. There you can find a plethora of information, from the basics of a topic to in-depth information about that topic within different contexts, including Filmography, Television, Philanthropy, Global Events and more.
But navigating through Wikipedia isn’t always easy… especially when you want to contribute to one of its pages or articles. That’s where the Wikipedia FAQ comes in!
Here on the Wikipedia FAQ, we maintain a growing resource that provides you with the most up-to-date information on how Wikipedia works. Just like an article or page on the free encyclopedia, this FAQ guide is constantly developing. That means you can turn to us when you’re looking for the latest expansion or information on how Wikipedia works — and how you can make it work for you! Whether you are conducting research, sharing information about a topic or individual or just looking for an answer to a general question, this FAQ resource will help guide you through the process of tapping into what the free encyclopedia has to offer to you.
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