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New courses, feature notes, upcoming events, and other Hyperlink news.See all posts (11)
February Knowledge Drop: new courses, clubs, and events!
We're experimenting with Learning Adventures — a peer cohort for pursuing ambitious personal learning projects, one month at a time.
We just wrapped up our sixth and seventh (!) Meta Course cohorts, and overhauled the entire curriculum to be longer and more structured. Here's what we learned.
Essays and guides about aspects of creating great learning experiences.See all posts (3)
Possibilities for structure, from projects to discussions, theory to application, and structural dynamics that affect the shape of a course.
How much should a course cost? Let's explore a few different lenses and factors to consider.
There are courses and then there are courses! Here, we explain how we think about courses, and propose seven archetypes that expand ideas of what an online course can be.
Highlighting and reviewing our favorite books on learning and pedagogy.See all posts (2)
A manifesto for syllabus design; notes on creative pedagogy; provocations for shaping an engaging and effective classroom experience.
Kicking off a series of reviews exploring books that have influenced our thinking on learning and pedagogy, with Ivan Illich's classic manifesto for new learning systems.
Conversations with amazing teachers and learners.See all posts (1)