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The first of our P2PU Lab Reports is out, and we couldn’t be more proud!
Part of doing experiments in working, learning and teaching means finding a way of letting people know what you have discovered, and this guide to running a pop-up office, P2PU style, is based on our experience with the Berlin office in 2012.
You’ll find the report here - Please share it widely – we want people to be able to use this report and share their feedback with us too!
Big thanks to Philipp for proofreading and editorial support, Erika and Dirk for setting it all up, and to all the wonderful community members who were in Berlin, made it special, shared feedback and uploaded pics to the Flickr pool so we could use them in this document.
The biggest thanks, however, have to go to the Brilliant Brazilians João Menezes and Bruno Nunes. These two heroes took an ugly Google document and a bunch of photos and turned them into the thing of beauty you’ll see on the site. Thank you, gents, you are absolute stars.
More reports are coming soon – look out for School of Ed and MOOC reports in the next few weeks…
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