I’m part of a great team that’s just published a new article: “Ten Simple Rules for Collaborative Lesson Development.” It’s part of the “Ten Simple Rules” series at PLOS Computational Biology.
The first paragraph of our introduction sets the stage:
Lessons take significant effort to build and even more to maintain. Most academics do this work on their own, but leveraging a community approach can make educational resource development more sustainable, robust, and responsive. Treating lessons as a community resource to be updated, adapted, and improved incrementally can free up valuable time while increasing quality.