Sunday, January 07, 2007


A new online community has emerged that promises to give educators around the world an opportunity to collaborate and share curricula in hopes of expanding the educational options available to schools. Called Curriki, the resource pairs the benefits of social networking with the freedom of open technologies to create an organic, constantly evolving online repository of free resources for teachers and students.

eSchool News online - Curriki offers new world of course content

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Andrea said...

Awesome Find! Love the creative commons stuff. Have you seen the new School 2.0 stuff? Check it out on my blog. Which I moved to

Bobbi Kurshan said...

Just a heads up to folks about what's happening over at Curriki. The site has been adding content and updating tools so that members can develop, publish, and access open source curricula. The new includes something called the Currikulum Builder - it's an editing tool that allows members to develop curriculum materials through a collaborative, wiki-based platform. Here's an interesting lesson that one educator created using the Currikulum Builder:

There's lots of great stuff and the more the community uses it, the better it will be. If you haven't already, check it out.