Crowdsourcing Quality (Or, Why Openness Matters)

As usual, my partner in crime Leo Havemann and I decided that it could be a good idea to summarise our thoughts and research from the last few years in single post, and of course was not as simple as we thought because we have to dig deep in our minds and in our (not so well organised) archives to come with reasonable ideas, however, after weeks of dealing with how to structure this post, which aims at focusing in what we considerate crucial to improve open education Quality Assurance we came with some ideas, suggestions & critiques

Please see the full post here Crowdsourcing Quality (Or, Why Openness Matters), your ideas, comments, feedback and cake are always welcome

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