Published: 13/11/2020   2022-01-12

The Encyclopedia of Nosivka Raion as a first online encyclopedia in the Chernihiv oblast

AffiliationCreative Elite of Ukraine NGO, Kyiv, Ukraine

DOI: 10.37068/evu.12.6


The Encyclopedia about Nosivka raion is an object of the article. This regional encyclopedia was founded in 2019. It is an open-ended online encyclopedia built on the model of Wikipedia. The similarities with Wikipedia, features of the structure and content of encyclopedia articles, as well as authors and those who contribute to the encyclopedia textual corpus are highlighted.

Keywords: regional encyclopedias, Web 2.0, wiki, Nosivka raion, Nosivka city community.


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