You've got everything you need, now find an unwitting victim and TEACH!
Presumably you've had someone or some group of learners in mind when you set out on this journey. If not, think of one that might find your resources helpful. What's the best way to share these resources with those learners? How will you use the resources you've collected? Do you imagine teaching people face-to-face or publishing a web tutorial for anyone in the world to access?
Are you planning to share a bunch of math videos with your niece on YouTube? Maybe you could make a playlist for her or simply send the links in an email. As with everything else in this course, the answers are up to you. How you hope to teach your topic will determine how you share the resources you've collected. The only constants are that they will be organized and attributed (and OPEN!).
Teach it. You have the open content, now go out and teach someone something.
Share your story. Communities love stories, especially those behind a well assembled resource. Consider documenting the reasoning behind creating the resource you did.
Share your resources. Choose where and how you're going to share your work, and post the links here. Where: You can revisit the list of websites and platforms where you found your resources or check out the Hints section below for places to share your work. How: For help deciding how to share your work, eg. under which CC or open license, see the Get CC Savvy challenge.
If you want to learn more about web publishing, teaching methods, or digital storytelling, all of which might help you teach your topic of interest, P2PU has courses
on these topics.
You can even share on your own website or blog powered by platforms like Tumblr
. The CC license chooser
gives you easy to copy-and-paste html for these purposes.
Report back on teaching -- what didn't go over so well and why? What worked, what resources best served your purpose?
How did you decide to share your work the way you did? Which license did you choose and why? What other options did you consider, and why did you rule them out? Did any challenges come up?