Authoritative

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The Oxford Dictionary defines Authoritative as "able to be trusted as being accurate or true," and such is the goal of the History at a Glance wiki. The wiki was designed to be a quick but reliable source of information, intended to satisfy general inquiries as well as spur on in-depth research by providing a brief introduction to various topics in UNB history. Readers should be able to trust the information contained in each entry to be factual and accurate.

Some entries within the wiki have not yet been completed; the information on entries labeled Stub is considered authoritative, but the information on entries labeled Under Development is not authoritative.

Sources:

  • Authoritative [Def. 1]. (2010). In A. Stevenson (Ed.), Oxford Dictionary of English (3rd ed.). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.


--MarkMcCumber (talk) 18 June 2014 (ADT)