How Wikipedia Works is a 2009 book by Phoebe Ayers, Charles Matthews, and Ben Yates. It is a how-to reference for using and Contributing to the Wikipediaencyclopedia, targeted at “students, professors, and everyday experts and fans”. It offers specific sections for teachers, users, and researchers. 
How Wikipedia Works (And How You Can Be A Part Of It) is published by No Starch Press , part of their series of technical how-to books. The Register (UK) called it “a great one-stop source for information from the world’s go-to source for information.”  The book was originally published under the GNU Free Documentation License . At the time of publication, Wikipedia was also released under the GFDL. The book has since been re-enacted under the CC BY-SA , which Wikipedia now uses.  It was designed as a reference work and has detailed bibliographies for each section.
- Wikipedia – The Missing Manual
- Bibliography of Wikipedia
- “Exploring Wikipedia Content Creation Training Manual” , State Library of Queensland
- Jump up^ Book reviewin theSacramento Book Review, Vol. 1 Iss. 2, October, 2008, p.19.
- Jump up^ How Wikipedia works, a review by the Geek Guide2, October 7, 2008
- Jump up^ “How Wikipedia Works” . Retrieved 4 July 2014 .