What makes a good article?
You've probably already heard the adage that Wikipedia isn't a reliable source of information. Maybe hundreds of people work on an article, fact-checking and reviewing claims and references. Maybe only one person has written it, using just one, biased, source. Or maybe someone has gone by and added text to promote their business or a client.
With so many possibilities, how can you tell if the information you find on Wikipedia is any good at all?
Let's look at some of the ways Wikipedians evaluate the quality of articles.