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Featured Courses

These are staff picked courses currently running.

  • GameON! Video Game Design & Development - Level 1

    GameON! Video Game Design & Development - Level 1

    An introduction to video game design & development

  • Open Research 2014

    Open Research 2014

    Join us for a 4-week exploration of researching in the open! This course is aimed at any researcher who wants to conduct an element of their research openly. Interested in how to ethically and openly share your findings so that others can reuse or develop your work? Curious about which open research methods you could use? Or just wanting to find out more about what open research entails?

  • Open Science: An Introduction

    Open Science: An Introduction

    Learn how Open Access, Open Data and Open Research are changing the way we share scientific knowledge.

  • Rhizomatic Learning - The community is the curriculum

    Rhizomatic Learning - The community is the curriculum

    This course explores the rhizomatic approach to teaching and learning.

When seekers and rebels meet (Or, my experience studying the Learning Circles)

<img alt="" src="http://info.p2pu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Screen-Shot-2017-06-01-at-2.23.48-PM.png"><img alt="" src="http://info.p2pu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Screen-Shot-2017-06-01-at-2.23.48-PM.png">Cristiane Damasceno (in red) joins a learning circle at the Chicago Public Library I recently defended my dissertation which focused entirely on Learning Circles. Coming from a Ph.D....

Will people show up?

<img alt="" src="http://info.p2pu.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/chairs-58475_1280-1024x575.jpg">During our expansion (from Coast 2 Coast), we sent out a survey to 40 new library facilitators about their interests and concerns about learning circles. According to our survey results, their greatest worry about learning circles is that learners won’t show up or stay engaged. “The only challenge...