You may remember Folksemantic (a social platform for finding and sharing open content), and mourned its passing. Apparently the developers have been working on something a wee bit different called Open Tapestry. The application helps users find content for learning, and then re-structure it, mash it up, and build new pages from open content to create personalised 'open' learning resources.
A couple of the neat things I noticed that could make this a great tool for learners to create resources (for peers, and for a global audience) are:
I've included the video below, and it would be really great to hear what you and your students think if you give it a go...and even better to see some examples if you're keen to share :-p
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