"And when instructors do want to fork the content in order to make specific improvements, those changes are isolated to a local copy and lost to the world unless there is some sort of version tracking telling us that the change happened and meta- or para-data telling us why the change happened and what benefit the change created."
Yesterday, David Kernohan challenged the ukoer community on the oer-discuss mailing list to write a blog post in response to a spectacularly wrongheaded Educasue post titled; Ten Years Later: Why Open Educational Resources Have Not Noticeably Affected...
Salman Salloum's insight:
"Because, clearly, if we can’t measure the impact of something it is valueless."
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