Hi Kendra! Related to your idea about su…

Hi Kendra! Related to your idea about summarizing academic articles for users, the point I was making in my critique was that your OER would be much more authoritative if you quote and summarize more academic articles in the content of your OER (i.e. in your Prezi slides). We expect every video and PDF from every microlearning company to talk about how their products are rooted in science, but how do we know all that isn’t just sales speak? A perfect example is in Module 2. 100% of your “Benefits” and “Drawbacks” content is copied/pasted quotations from a single sales page for Atomi Systems’ “ActivePresenter” software. Even though the ideas may be good, they are not CREDIBLE and RELIABLE, because they are marketing material that doesn’t itself reference any research. If you add in some non-profit / research based sources for these same ideas, you can reference them and have a compelling section that doesn’t undermine the credibility of the OER.