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|More, better ways to find good content in context||0||14:26, 25 July 2008|
|Specifics about page status indiciator||1||14:15, 25 July 2008|
- "trusted" reviewers by specialty - just like movie reviews - "if Reviewer A loved it, it is worth a look"
- more direct access to Categories - jump to the "M"s without scrolling through 12 pages of A - L
- improve Collections as this with trusted reviewers would help identify the good stuff
can you be more specific about what you would like here?
For my own work, I would like to designate a "status" (this may not be the right term) to wiki pages / articles, either individually or in groups.
- memo to self (MTS) - essentially personal notes, random thoughts, to do list, links with/without explanation, my "stuff" and I really don't want it altered, and I don't expect comments, feedback as discussion entries.
- read only - one or more pages that are part of a resource, notes for a course, lessons - these are available "as is". Unless I explicitly invite someone to help, these are "read-only" content. It may be useful to designate these as "complete" or "work in progress". Most OER content is in this group - feel free to make derivative work. Some way of identifying links to derivative works (through link backs) would be great so there is a record and trail if someone translated some or all of this OER. I appreciate comments, feedback as discussion entries.
- help wanted - collaboration welcome - a stub or partial work, outline, description of contributions of expertise, knowledge and/or skills for expanding this work. This would be a great way to engage students or other contributors who want to help, but are not yet creating new content from scratch.