Hyperlink is a platform for creating and participating in community-driven online courses. Each course is a template for a learning experience. It can be run repeatedly, in independent cohorts. Want to learn more? Check out our manual.
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Each course cohort brings together a small group of peers excited to learn together. And we're making new courses together every day.
Cohorts serve as lightweight experiments. Hyperlink's focus on iterative development means courses always keep improving.
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Does language determine, influence, or merely represent thought? We'll explore the Sapir-Whorf debate by reading and discussing key texts in linguistics, anthropology, psychology, & cognitive science.Starts Apr 17, 2021 | 4 spots left!
We’ll examine how everything is connected and teach you how to make your own internet-connected (possibly absurd) device! The course will cover iot networking tools and use circuitpython for coding .Starts Apr 20, 2021 | 8 spots left!
Get started animating using affordable software and accessible materials. This course will cover the basics of imitating motion and expose students to a wide variety of animation techniques.Starts Apr 22, 2021 | 9 spots left!
How to make writing less fragile, more robust, even antifragile—following N. Taleb's concept—using Roam Research, a note-taking and knowledge management app well-suited to make sense of disorder.Starts Apr 28, 2021 | 9 spots left!
A reading group exploring queer ecology — practices that center interrelationships and challenge binaries and hierarchies in sex, gender, ability, species-relations, conservation, and politics.
A club for learning ancient languages. Every week we work through a lesson together in a fun, friendly setting. Learn about the cultures of the past in their own words, one language at a time.
A writing club where we learn by imitation. We'll each pick a Narcissus – an author we wish to Echo. We'll closely analyse (and even copy) their work, then write our own pieces using what we learn.
Join fellow autodidacts to explore generative interdisciplinary questions and create public artifacts together, to leverage the web for building a career with more professional autonomy.