So we have "shared" as an option, and then I would add the various social media options. However, I could see this as a case for the verb to be "recommend" as it possible holds more gravitas as a word.
I was also wondering how to distinguish between consumption? So the video / audio file can be consumed (rather than watched or listened to), but is reading a page consuming, and then what is say, printing a PDF out? We've also coded a youtube style embed option for our video / audio, so this will be consuming the media, but I am not sure if this embedded consumption suggests a greater verb because there is a proxy in the process, and in some ways a recommendation?
Copying is also trackable on the site, but I think again, this feels like it should sit within a "larger verb" - perhaps via GA, but does say
Break the verb model as we start to create a verb taxonomy? I know I am alluding to a verb taxonomy, but I'd like to develop something that doesn't need changing :)
Re data pumping, have another question which is a slightly different topic so will start a new thread.
Our OER (same as OCW) project has a lot of event tracking built in to Google Analytics. Given OER / OCW reuse and tracking has taken on holy grail like proportions I wondered if anyone was working on any OER verbs / or might be interested in doing so?
I am thinking verbs like "copy", "download" and maybe a few more. It might not make sense to have a subset of OER verbs, but I think I could argue that copy is a useful OER verb, but maybe marginal for an LR node which isn't focused on OER.