Thus, the March question is:
I’m not sure why this already hasn’t had a bigger impact, but workplace learning is going to start to catch up on the value of OCW and OER.
How do we leverage Open Content in Workplace Learning?
- There were earlier attempts at consortia aimed at creating common content, but these have had different results. Can someone weigh in with what's happened around that? Particularly, what are some of the challenges there?
- Where does existing open content fit into workplace learning needs?
- What are some of the bigger challenges?
- What are the issues around rights with the materials and using it in different situations?
How to Respond:
Option 1 - Simply put your thoughts in a comment below. This may be hard given the complexity of the topic.
Option 2 -
Step 1 - Post in your blog (please link to this post).
Step 2 - Put a comment in this blog with an HTML ready link that I can simply copy and paste (an HTML anchor tag). I will only copy and past, thus, I would also recommend you include your NAME immediately before your link. So, it should look like:
Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0
or you could also include your blog name with something like:
Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0 : eLearningTechnology
Posts so far (and read comments as well):
- Jeff - My Response to March's Big Question
- Open Content and the Workplace
- H0w Can Open Education Resources Deliver Value
- Open Content in Workplace Learning
- Kapp Notes: Why Open Content is Not Yet Adopted in the Workplace
- Clive on Learning: how can we leverage open content in workplace learning?
- Tony Karrer - Creative Commons Use in For-Profit Company eLearning