Student-designed assignments, assessments, learning outcomes, and projects
Student led creation, adaptation, or editing of textbooks or other content
Connected learning with scholars, communities, or publics such as Wikipedia editing, collaborative annotation, or curation.
Explore this collection of a few notable examples.
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Learners Constructing Knowledge as Textbook Authors
Learners as adapters
Learners revise an existing open textbook to create an adaptation tailored for instructional designers in David Wiley's graduate course for instructional designers.