Inside Wikipedia: How It Works and How You Can Be an Editor (Hardcover)
In this book, Paul A. Thomas--a seasoned Wikipedia contributor who has accrued almost 60,000 edits since he started editing in 2007--breaks down the history of the free encyclopedia and explains the process of becoming an editor.
Paul A. Thomas is a library specialist at the University of Kansas and a PhD candidate at the Emporia State University School of Library and Information Management. He has been an avid Wikipedia editor since 2007, having created 260 articles, made over 60,000 edits, and promoted over 296 articles to "good" or "featured article" status. From 2017 to 2020, he also served as a Wikipedia Visiting Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, helping to improve articles on Ancient Roman and Latin literature. He lives in Overland Park, KS.