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"Crowdsourcing and Curating Online Education Resources,” discusses how multiple open and crowdsourced educational resources focused on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) might be coordinated to “craft effective experiences in digital-rich learning environments.” The authors use NASA Wavelength as an example when discussing the role of standards alignment and student achievement metrics in helping educators choose between such resources.
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