gerund or present participle: crowd-sourcing
obtain (information or input into a particular task or project) by enlisting the services of a number of people, either paid or unpaid, typically via the Internet.
"she crowdsourced advice on album art and even posted an early version of the song so fans could vote for their favorite chorus"
I love the idea of Crowd Sourcing. You know that people contribute ideas that work for them. You can be sure of a range of tried and true examples.
Following are a number of crowdsourced documents that are rich resources that continue to grow...
Making the writing programme fun... Started by Anne Kenneally in mid 2013 as a way to share fun ways to engage learners with their writing...
Encouraging blog interaction... Started by Anne Kenneally in August 2013 to share ways educators are using to prompt interaction
Back to school ideas to share... Started by Anne Kenneally in January 2013 to share tried and true year beginning ideas
School Journals - Digital Copies... Started by Anne Kenneally in June 2014 to encourage the sharing ideas for using the new school journal pdfs and Connected Google Slides.
Reading through summer... Started by Anne Kenneally in December 2014 to encourage educators to promote reading over the holiday break
Different Uses of Google Apps with education in mind.. Started by Fionna Wright in August 2013
Maths Inspiration - Ideas to inspire, motivate, and educate... Started by Jennie Lyall in August 2013
Digital Citizenship Started by Annemarie Hyde in October 2013
e-learning celebrations - crowd sourced doc from members across the vln - Started by Tessa Gray in October 2013
Finish the year with a bang... Started by Bridget Compton-Moen in November 2013
Chromebook Tips and Tricks... Started by Allanah King in May 2014