The Open Course Ware Consortium ...
is looking for
1) ways for students interested in learning to
navigate through its resources to be able to choose,
OCW physics' course from a community
college physics' course, and
2) for ways for people to offer feedback,
per OCWC's Mary Lou.
Vis-a-vis World University and School,
to do both of these things but with a great universities' Open
Educational Resources' focus,
I'm excited about the new
http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikidata - and
WikiBase - http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Wikibase_Client -
(see, too, http://techcrunch.com/2012/03/30/wikipedias-next-big-thing-wikidata-a-machine-readable-user-editable-database-funded-by-google-paul-allen-and-others/)
both as new and developing, workable, wiki, database resources for
the end user,
for Wikipedia in all 284 languages,
as well as for World
University and School as part of its 'backend' -
WikiData and WikiBase are wiki database breakthroughs, and are Creative Commons' licensed, too!
A reply to the above post:
PO: I am currently in Software Engineering for SaaS, aka UC Berkeley CS 169 from https://www.coursera.org/