Posts Tagged: openness

More progress on the School of Open!

School of Open is moving along nicely. By the end of last week we had: ++ written up a nice purpose/scope/values document; ++ created a set of guidelines for contributing to the School; ++ structured a virtual sprint (happening tomorrow) to build components of the School; ++ tried/failed to make a skills map; ++ created a guide on the CC wiki…

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Day 2: School of Open in Berlin

For the first two days of School of Open workshopping, our process has teetered between in-the-clouds theorizing and on-the-ground brainstorming. This often results in chaos but I think we’re actually getting somewhere. Forward progress: We’re starting to get a better idea of exactly what the School of Open could be — not only learning modules…

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Save the date for the first School of Open Virtual Sprint!

The School of Open is about to take off in a big way over the next two weeks. Starting this Monday, 13 July, three peers + myself will be dedicating our energies full-time every day to mapping skills and creating courses that relate to openness. Although we’ll be doing some big picture thinking, much of…

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