> Hi, Phillip! Thank you for sending the correct link.
I've checked the template and I think it is Ok, so far. Additional criticism will come when really developing
the courses. I was just wondering that it would be great if each course could have a blog (all blogs should be hosted on the same website). We could post additional material and comments, without changing the course template. It would be a more dynamic place to find material and share opinions.
How are we going to conduct online discussions? Using MSN, Skype to promote live sessions or are you planning to use any special platform?
Browsing the web, I could see great material, but normally free web-based courses don't offer a real interaction among tutors and students. Am I right? I think if we offer a setting where students could really interact with each other and with the tutor we would enhance learning experience.
How are we going to use Wikis in our courses? Is P2PU planning to launch a Wiki page?
> Hey Ron:
> Please try again. I re-published the document and it should be
> publicly viewable now ... sorry for the inconvenience.
> Best - P
> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 7:52 PM, international professors
> > When clicking on the docs link supplied below I got "ooops!"
> > Ron Krate
> > Founding Chief Executive Officer
> > International Professors Project
> > -------- Original Message --------
> > Subject: [p2pu-discuss] Re: Additional help
> > From: IgenOukan
> > Date: Mon, December 01, 2008 1:40 pm
> > To: P2PU Discuss
> > While I don't have the legal experience for the ADMIN/ORGANISATION
> > topics, I do know a bit about that stuff. I also have several contacts
> > that know about those two topics. From what I know, we should be able
> > to have people volunteer without anything special beyond an end-user
> > license agreement and a terms of conditions. In that way it should be
> > the same as a normal online community, since it is volunteer based.
> > Steven Egan
> > On Dec 1, 4:44 am, "Philipp Schmidt" wrote:
> >> Hi Ana:
> >> Thanks for writing and offering to help. There are a number of areas
> >> that we are working on, which would benefit from more people helping.
> >> COURSE TEMPLATE
> >> One area we would like more people to get involved in, is the course
> >> development template we have created. We kept it very simple, and it
> >> is based on the open online courses we have participated in. It's also
> >> intentionally remixable - so people should improve, adapt, change as
> >> much as they need to. It would be good to get some feedback from
> >> people who are using the template to develop courses.
> >> The document is stored