There are two sport related albums that share images under creative commons licenses or with no known copyright restrictions:
Keen on cricket (21 photos)
Sports (16 photos)
The project to record the history of the Paralympic movement in Australia has been underway since 2011.
Tony Naar has shared details of activities in the project in 2017. The project is supported by volunteers. Some of the year’s achievements were:
I have followed these developments in 2017 with great interest. I am delighted that young people are actively engaged in the project and sharing their energy with a core group of volunteers who are nurtured and supported by Tony Naar.
Ray Barrett (Australian Paralympic Committee, CC BY-SA 3.0)
Tiffany Thomas Kane (Twitter)
I have spent the last week Spring cleaning the course and making sure I am using the appropriate WikiEducator pedagogical iDevice templates to structure course content.
The process has enhanced my interest in the open sharing of microcontent. I am looking forward to learn how the #Abbotsthon17 participants have enjoyed the experience.
The WikiEducator course template includes the opportunity to list an outline of the course with all the sections listed.
The Sport Informatics and Analytics outline can be found here. As of today there are 100 mocrocontent parts of the course.
As an open resource licensed under a Creative Commons license CC BY-SA 3.0, I think these microcontents could contribute to an infinite collection of resources focused on performance in sport.
Shortly after posting this, Wayne Mackintosh was writing on the ICDE blog about micro-credentials in open online courses. In his post he notes:
The OERu assembles open online courses from OER and open access materials designed for independent study. Learners can study OERu courses online for free from anywhere in the world. Learners only pay for assessment, if and when they are ready for it. OERu partner institutions award transcript credit for assessed learning. OERu partners have developed a system for transnational credit transfer that operates within existing institutional policies. Successful learners can have their credits recognised towards designated qualifications based on credit transfer and credit accumulation agreements between OERu institutions.
I see enormous opportunities in this approach for learners with different amounts of time to invest in their learning journeys.