- Each article is written by an expert (invited or elected by the public).
- Each article is anonymously peer reviewed to ensure accurate and reliable information.
- Each article has a curator - typically its author -- who is responsible for its content.
- Any modification of the article needs to be approved by the curator before it appears in the final, approved version.
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
What to you get when you add peer review to wikipedia?.... scholarpedia! The way it works is simple:
great unwashed common folks. Now all we need is a convergence of scholarpedia with open-access publications to form one cohesive, ever-improving body of knowledge.