Encyclopaedia Britannica now allows readers to suggest edits to encyclopedia entries which are then inspected by the resource’s editors for approval. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Britannica aims to turn around edits within 20 minutes. Many of these changes/additions will appear in the print edition of the encyclopedia.
From: iLibrarian blog
So here is the big question: Will this change your opinion of Britannica’s authority and credibility?