Interesting comments, James! I didn't know that Google penalizes duplicate content and that you should publish the blog first and then in social media. Good to know!
I had to chuckle a bit when you said you are not always sure what you're learning from where as I can relate to that comment.
I am not totally shocked to hear that Algonquin College has an OER in place. They have a good start to what mobile learning could look as well, as they have many programs and courses running with some type of technology integration! The information page leading up to the OER itself was very well done. As we venture further into the setup and integration, I see the real importance of having both reason and support offered to why OER's are a viable and sustainable option! With that being said though, I really was expecting to find some AC created materials and not links to repositories!
I checked the website seeclickfix.com. It is very interesting the way to get people's attention and help for a cause that might not be as big or formal as a gov project but it addresses citizen's issues almost immediately. I agree with you that it speeds up getting a solution, reduces the costs and engage communities. I can imagine how useful it would be when a disaster happens in any part of the world. I can also imagine how OER can bring ideas, opportunities of education and resources to remote areas that have difficulty accessing in a regular way.
I like your list and I will adopt some of the steps such as: the list of repositories and referatories, contact the copyright holder to ask permission and view website in various browsers. Good points! Especially the last one. Thank you for sharing new tools!