October 20, 2021
What is Wikipedia? Wikipedia is an open encyclopedia operated by the Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia has over 200 language editions, and Korean Wikipedia, launched in October 2002, currently has a total of 555,629 documents registered. What makes Wikipedia different from other encyclopedias is the following: Anyone can edit - Wikipedia is a wiki site. A 'wiki' is a tool that helps you edit freely by clicking the edit button at the top of the article. Free to use - Unlike other encyclopedias, Wikipedia is distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0, which claims free document copyright. In principle, copying and alteration of all documents must also comply with the provisions of this license. It may also be changed back or distributed and sold. For more information, please read Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. For more information, see About Wikipedia. What if you are a minor user? If you are a minor user, please read Wikipedia:Advice for children and students first. Anonymous-based Wikipedia cannot verify that you are a minor, so all users bear the same responsibilities and obligations. For editing assistance, please visit Wikipedia:Student Camp. You can also get started with Wikipedia with Wikipedia: Student Adventures. How to edit?