Crowdsourcing content creation in the classroom

  title={Crowdsourcing content creation in the classroom},
  author={Thomas T. Hills},
  journal={J. Computing in Higher Education},
The recent growth in crowdsourcing technologies offers a new way of envisioning student involvement in the classroom. This article describes a participatory action research approach to combining crowdsourced content creation with the student as producer model, whereby students’ interests are used to drive the identification and creation of educational content. This article first describes how this approach is grounded in cognitive psychology and aligned with contemporary learner-centered… CONTINUE READING
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