In the past, content was thought to be information delivered by the instructor and digested by the student. Currently the idea of “content” has expanded to include “the interaction between the student and the data with which the student creates different views of the 3D model. It is interactive and dynamic.”
According to Trent Batson in the article, Tipping Point for “Content” — Dynamic Interaction, Not Static Stuff, “Content is now augmented content. Students engage with content converted into an image, or with content that has been deployed as a series of problem-solving activities, or with content that is raw out in the field.”
To read more about the interesting concept of the changing features of curriculum content, here is the entire article by Mr. Batson.