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Are there any other Web-based encyclopedias besides Wikipedia?

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Two examples of Web-based encyclopedias other than Wikipedia.org are Encyclopedia.com and FactMonster.com. Both sites have articles on a variety of topics, and unlike Wikipedia.org, neither of these sites have user-generated content.

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Are there any other Web-based encyclopedias besides Wikipedia?
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Encyclopedia.com is a free Web-based encyclopedia that contains millions of articles in its database. The website contains compilations of other encyclopedias based on topic, including The Columbia Encyclopedia, medical encyclopedias, computer encyclopedias and science encyclopedias.

FactMonster.com has about 57,000 articles as of 2015. The website allows users to search its online database by subject or keywords. Subjects include history, medicine, religion and art. The website also contains atlases, dictionaries and almanacs.

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