Peer 2 Peer University Launches Second Pilot

The Peer 2 Peer University, “a grassroots education project that organizes learning outside of institutional walls” by leveraging social software and existing open educational resources, launched its second pilot and a new website today. The first pilot launched last September with seven courses, ranging from Creative Nonfiction Writing to Behavioral Economics. Due to high demand, … Read More “Peer 2 Peer University Launches Second Pilot”

The Shuttleworth Foundation on CC BY as default and commercial enterprises in education

Photo by Mark Surman CC BY-NC-SA For those of you who don’t know Karien Bezuidenhout, she is the Chief Operating Officer at the Shuttleworth Foundation, one of the few foundations that fund open education projects and who have an open licensing policy for their grantees. A couple months ago, I had the chance to meet … Read More “The Shuttleworth Foundation on CC BY as default and commercial enterprises in education”

Back to School: Peer 2 Peer University and the Future of Education (an interview)

As students around the world return to school, ccLearn blogs about the evolving education landscape, ongoing projects to improve educational resources, education technology, and the future of education. Browse the “Back to School” tag for more posts in this series. A recent emigrant to New York, I experienced the first turn in weather on the … Read More “Back to School: Peer 2 Peer University and the Future of Education (an interview)”