How does wikibooks work?

How does wikibooks work?

Wikibooks is a collaborative book authoring website, where users from all over the world work together to write textbooks and other types of instructional books on many topics. It is a Wikimedia project, operated by the same group of people who run Wikipedia, the Wikimedia Foundation.

Who runs Wiktionary?

Wikimedia Foundation

English Wiktionary logo
Screenshot Main Page of the English Wiktionary on January 14, 2019
Available in Multilingual (159 active)
Owner Wikimedia Foundation
Created by Jimmy Wales and the Wikimedia community

Is Wikiversity reliable?

As content of a wiki that anyone can edit, a Wikiversity page is not identified as a reliable source in Wikipedia. Therefore, usage of Wikiversity as a reference in Wikipedia is almost always not advisable.

How good is Wiktionary?

In essence, going from most reliable and thorough and narrow to most unreliable, shallow and broad; Wiktionary is a step in the middle of that route and a good choice if it’s to be your one-stop resource, but not the best if you actually want to research given word.

Is this park travel guide to Stonehenge a usable article?

This park travel guide to Stonehenge is a usable article. It has information about the park, for getting in, about a few attractions, and about accommodations in the park. An adventurous person could use this article, but please feel free to improve it by editing the page.

Where can I buy souvenirs at Stonehenge?

Souvenirs are available to paying visitors at the English Heritage shop at Stonehenge, although a wider range of merchandise can be obtained from Salisbury. For those wanting something a little different, Stonehenge Lamb is available to buy from local farmers.

How do I get to Stonehenge from Amesbury?

The town of Amesbury is served by three routes – “x5” from Swindon, “activ8” from Andover, and “x4”. From Amesbury, it’s a 2 mi (3.2 km) walk across the countryside to Stonehenge. Along the route are some other prehistoric structures.