Collective Knowledge Sharing
From Horizon Project
 Horizon Metatrend: Collective Sharing and Generation of Knowledge
Collective sharing and generation of was discussed in the very first Horizon Report, and has appeared in one form or another in every report since. Learning objects were an early attempt at this, but advances in intelligent searching eclipsed the need for complex metadata schema in the eyes of many, and laid the foundations for what we called knowledge webs, a topic that also first appeared back in 2004.
In the larger picture, it is clear that this metatrend is mapped over nine years (2004-2012), and the 2008 Report reaches into the future to describe technologies that we will not see entering mainstream use for learning for some time yet, such as mashups, new scholarship, and collective intelligence. By considering the pattern over these several years, it is easy to see that tools to aid and enhance collective sharing and generation of knowledge have been present for many years and continue to develop.
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