The content generated by students (SGC) during their learning process, not only helps them to learn while they are doing them, but can also be useful for the learning of their peers. Peer learning is the acquisition of knowledge and skills by collaboration with peers, either within the same class group, from previous courses or even from other universities through telecollaboration. Some SGC are test questions, video-tutorials, lessons learned, selection of outstanding examples taken from project or job reports, new statements of exercises with solutions, etc. These SGC can be reused directly for self-learning, for peer evaluation, as a guide for solving similar problems, or as a guide for organizing an end-of-degree working memory, among other examples. The edIKDit DIMAROVE group has a long experience in the use of SGC, having defined and applied its own methodology based on the use of active methodologies to generate quality SCG with innovative ICT tools and without the need for specific training, in different subjects and with different orientations. The repository of reusable SCGs currently contains more than 200 SGCs (of 5 different types) all of them in digital format.