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Featured Courses

These are staff picked courses currently running.

  • How do I make a P2PU Course?

    How do I make a P2PU Course?

    Start here for help, advice and examples.

  • Copyright 4 Educators (AUS)

    Copyright 4 Educators (AUS)

    A course for anyone who wants to learn about Australian educational copyright law and open educational resources.

  • Designing Collaborative Workshops

    Designing Collaborative Workshops

    The move away from formal learning environments to peer-led, often temporary learning spaces at conferences, gatherings or street occupations creates a new set of challenges for workshop leaders. This course is a peer-learning space to explore these issues.

  • P2PU Badge Maker

    P2PU Badge Maker

    The lowdown on Badges at P2PU: the best way to craft, design and implement Badges for your P2PU course.

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...