At P2PU, people work together to learn a particular topic by completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing constructive feedback.
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Use P2PU as a platform to study and shape P2PU.
What interpretation of words like "University" and "curriculum" applies here? How has the mission shifted or expanded over time? How effectively is it being implemented, and how will we know when aspects of it have been achived?
gepost bericht: Slides from our OKCon talk are posted here:
Someone was filming the talk as well, so I expect we'll be able to post a link with video fairly soon.
gepost bericht: Hi all: you can find an updated version of the paper that this group's tasks are based on at http://metameso.org/~joe/docs/paragogy.pdf -- we'll be presenting this at OKCon at the end of the month, and of course you're invited (if you can make it to Berlin!). Would also love to get your thoughts here! Cheers, Joe
gepost bericht: Hi all:
I wonder what you would say to the idea of monthly meetings? I can think of two uses for such meetings off the top of my head: (1) to go over the subjects in our tasks and improve them internally; (2) to provide a service to other people around P2PU.
Monthly meetings seem infrequent enough to not be a burden, but frequent enough to preserve some momentum between meetings (hopefully routing some of the energy into improving things in the group and around P2PU as a whole in the interim).
If you're interested in participating in such meetings please give some suggestion about when it might work. (Fridays tend to be good for me, weekends are also OK.)
gepost bericht: I have completely revised the description of our tasks (although the outline remains roughly the same). I also moved all of the development-specific issues over to Lighthouse. The result should be a much more functional space for working on Shaping P2PU. Take a look - I'm very interested to get your views.