Wikis are great for collaborative development of content but less so for promoting collaboration among learners, and the latter point is a limitation felt by WikiEducators who want to design more open-ended and interactive learning experiences. That said, WE software engineer Jim Tittsler has done a brilliant job of aggregating feeds from multiple sources as we can see in the present session, and I think this is the type of work that needs to continue. While it’s not that difficult to pull content from WE into Moodle or other LMSs (again something that we see in the present session), it would be good to be able to include platforms such as WordPress or other blogs in the mix, for starters, to avoid over-reliance on the use of LMS silos.
Then again, a cautionary note: WE is a community of volunteers, including independent and community educators, and people employed elsewhere in education who either volunteer their own time or are volunteered by their employers. It may take a wider collaboration to help move forward. I think Stephen Downes raised an excellent point earlier when he suggested that “Maybe cMOOC people and OERu people should talk more.” That sounds like at least one place to start.