by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-06-16
Highlights from Hyperlink's first year, and a re-articulation of our vision for the future.
by Brendan | 2021-06-03
A series of events exploring courses, learning clubs & other experiments.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-06-02
June Knowledge Drop: new month, new learning!
by Brendan | 2021-05-19
Exploring how we design gatherings, and intentionally shape social contexts for meaningful learning.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-05-12
Building social environments for flexible learning — our vision for Hyperspace.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-05-05
May Knowledge Drop: new month, new learning!
by Brendan | 2021-04-28
Notes on alternative learning institutions from Pioneer Works' Alternative Art School Fair catalog.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-04-07
April Knowledge Drop: new courses, clubs, and events!
by Brendan | 2021-03-16
Notes from our event exploring how we can make textbooks more social, adaptive, and better for learning.
by Celine | 2021-03-15
How to use retrospective methods for learning, to gather useful feedback and make sure a course continues to improve.
by Brendan | 2021-03-12
Hyperlink's in-progress playbook for getting the word out and attracting the right learners to your course.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-03-03
March Knowledge Drop: new courses, clubs, and events!
by Brendan | 2021-02-08
Possibilities for structure, from projects to discussions, theory to application, and structural dynamics that affect the shape of a course.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2021-02-03
February Knowledge Drop: new courses, clubs, and events!
by Brendan | 2021-01-22
We're experimenting with Learning Adventures — a peer cohort for pursuing ambitious personal learning projects, one month at a time.
by Celine | 2021-01-06
Colin Gorrie on the happy coincidence that the best way to learn new languages is also the most enjoyable way, the present and the future of PhDs who love to teach, and fun language tangents.
by Celine | 2020-12-23
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.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-12-18
Hyperlink's collaboratively-written thread on a vision for better internet learning.
by Brendan | 2020-11-23
A rhizomatic learning network. A home for lifelong learning. An R&D lab for internet pedagogy…and more!
by Brendan | 2020-11-22
How much should a course cost? Let's explore a few different lenses and factors to consider.
by Brendan | 2020-11-21
A manifesto for syllabus design; notes on creative pedagogy; provocations for shaping an engaging and effective classroom experience.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-10-22
Open for enrollment: clubs on indie research and planetary studies; clubs exploring museums, media futures, blue humanities; clubs to share art, desserts, rhymes…
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-10-09
Another round of new courses, on community-building, language construction and more — plus new cohorts for some current courses.
by Brendan | 2020-09-25
We're trying a new format for focused peer-to-peer learning — Clubs. Browse our initial ideas and propose a Club you'd like to facilitate!
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-08-04
The most exciting moment in Hyperlink’s history to date: we’re launching with a lineup of 8 awesome courses.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-07-29
We've completed three cohorts of the Meta Course, our course creation workshop. Here's what we've learned about designing and facilitating learning experiences on Hyperlink.
by Brendan | 2020-07-12
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.
by Brendan | 2020-07-11
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.
by The Hyperlink Team | 2020-07-10
Introducing Hyperlink! We're starting an experimental internet school, and building infrastructure for highly effective, people-centered learning. We'd love for you to join us.