viernes, 15 de julio de 2011

Real-time encyclopedias

Real-time encyclopedias can be very useful for students in order to develop research skills. I would like to show two examples:

Mashpedia is a dynamic encyclopedia, that pulls content from different online services in real-time, offering a complete and fresh outlook about (almost) any topic.
Every time you query Mashpedia, it loads information and digital contents from many online sources and then organize them in an easy-to-use interface. At Mashpedia you can find fresh data and digital media from newspapers, magazines, blogs, books, Wikipedia, Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Social Answers and more online resources. (Source
Zomobo is a new site that bills itself as a real-time encyclopedia. Zomobo, pulls the latest information available about specific topics that you're interested in. When you look up a topic in Zomobo you will get information pulled from blogs, social networks, Flickr, YouTube, newspapers, news sites, and Wikipedia. (Source

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