Through interviews with the Curriki management team, analysis of internal documents,
observations of internal user data collection practices, and a survey and interviews with Curriki users, the Curriki case study explored use patterns and user perceptions of the site, its resources and tools. The specific questions addressed include: 1) how often and why users are coming to Curriki; 2) how they use and engage around the Curriki site, its tools and its resources; and 3) what factors help or hinder engagement and use. The goal of this case study has been to develop an understanding of the mechanisms and processes that can help to attract and sustain users over time, and to facilitate and enhance their use, reuse and content contribution experiences.
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Title: Curriki: Facilitating Use and User Engagement Around Open Educational Resources
Publication date 2008-10-01
Publication Year 2008
, Lisa Petrides
Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
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