Open curricula is not new. Others, including MIT, TU Delft, and the African Virtual University have published degree paths of open courses before. The OpenChem project contributes by its publication of hundreds of hours of video lectures and phased approach to chunking, ancillary materials and translation. In an era of 20,000 open courses (the OCWC membership's aggregated total) and tens of millions of viewers, why is this needed? Why can't we just combine what exists? Why aren't MOOCs enough? How does an open curriculum get reused?