Last modified on 2 December 2013, at 00:33

User-Generated Content in Education

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User-generated content is becoming accepted for curriculum materials in many schools and states. What Wikipedia started has grown into a system that produces not only encyclopedia articles, but also K-12 and higher education textbooks and primary reading curricula. In some ways, user-generated content is a reflection of both the changing nature of knowledge and expertise and changing teaching practices and learning theory. This book will focus on user-generated content that can be used to support the curriculum in a bricks-and-mortar or online classroom.

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  1. 100% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 21st Century Physics Flexbook and Virginia
  2. 100% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 CK-12 Flexbooks and California
  3. 75% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 FreeReading.net and Florida
  4. 25% developed  as of Oct 2, 2010 Curriki and Other User-Generated Curriculum Portals
  5. 25% developed  as of Oct 2, 2010 Pennsylvania's Portal to User-Contributed Curriculum Resources
  6. 100% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 Wikibooks Textbooks
  7. 100% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 Wikipedia Encyclopedia
  8. 100% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 YouTube and TeacherTube
  9. 75% developed  as of Mar 8, 2010 Learning by Creating User-Generated Content
  10. 25% developed  as of Mar 2, 2011 The Internet Archive
  11. 25% developed  as of Mar 2, 2011 OER: Open Educational Resources
  12. 25% developed  as of Mar 2, 2011 OER Commons
  13. 25% developed  as of Aug 1, 2011 Podcasting in the 21st Century
  14. 25% developed  as of Mar 2, 2011 User Generated Content through Second Life
  15. 25% developed  as of July 31, 2011 Virtual Field Trips
  16. 25% developed  as of August 1, 2011 Blogs
  17. 25% developed  as of August 1, 2011 Digital Storytelling
  18. 25% developed  as of August 1, 2011 Twitter in Schools
  19. 25% developed  as of August 2, 2011 Skype
  20. 25% developed  as of August 2, 2011 Educational Videogames
  21. 25% developed  as of August 2, 2011 Wikis in Education
  22. 25% developed  as of October 11, 2011 User-Generated Music
  23. 25% developed  as of October 13, 2011 App Stores
  24. 25% developed  as of Oct 13, 2010 iTunes University
  25. 25% developed  as of Oct 13, 2010 Image Content
  26. 25% developed  as of Oct 13, 2010 Classroom Management Systems
  27. 25% developed  as of June 14, 2012 Algodoo
  28. 25% developed  as of Nov 27, 2012 MentorMob
  29. 25% developed  as of Nov 30, 2012 iTunesU
  30. 25% developed  as of Nov 30, 2012 Social Learning and Information Processing Theory
  31. 25% developed  as of Nov 30, 2012 Web Based Learning and Teaching
  32. 25% developed  as of Nov 30, 2012 Blogging In The Classroom
  33. 25% developed  as of Nov 30, 2012 Podcasting
  34. 25% developed  as of December 1, 2013 Edmodo