Questia is the world's largest online library of books and journal articles. Both sites are academic in nature, with no special interests.
What is the site's purpose Wikipedia is designed to provide browsers with access to encyclopedic articles on a wide variety of topics. Like any encyclopedia, its purpose is academic and informational. Similarly, Questia is a full-service online library with books and journal articles, as well as newspaper and limited magazine articles. It is also designed to be an academic topic research source to paying subscribers (it has a free trial available to new users).
How is the site listed Both sites are obtainable through standard internet search engines by either typing in a subject for research or the names of the organizations themselves. Both are replete with referenced material and reliable antecedents, as well as full citation information. Some sources on the sites include links to the publisher or author.
Who is likely to use the site On Wikipedia, the intended audience appears to be those with general interests who need basic information. It is written on a high school level, has graphics and maps where relevant, and active links within the articles for additional research.