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- Peeragogy is a flexible framework of techniques for peer learning and peer knowledge production. The strength of peeragogy is its flexibility and scalability. The learning mind-set and strategies that we are uncovering in the Peeragogy project can be applied in classrooms, hackerspaces, organizations, wikis, and interconnected collaborations across an entire society.
- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NyrEU7n6IUl5rgGiflx_dK8CrdoB2bwyyl9XG-H7iw8/edit# Resources for Online Meetings, Classes, and Events - By Facilitators for Pandemic Response group and other collaborators
- http://www.cali.org/corona -Comprehensive set of resources from The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UBiQ6tJcOro_rTgTIgW48Wf3xzg-sGR6r-cKUcdSlcc/edit#heading=h.2nwzjalwrsxr - Tips on choosing tech tools for teaching online
- https://www.remotestarterkit.com/ - Remote Starter Kit: Tools and processes tested by the Hanno team
Accessibility and technical limitations
Group video (Smaller groups / interaction)
Classroom/student response systems
Online/Virtual Learning Management Systems
(asynchronous) Video recording
- Twinkle an online hub for teaching resources have made their services free for 1 month https://twitter.com/twinklresources/status/1235923631173230592
- Museums with virtual tours https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours
- https://toolbox.hyperisland.com/ - methods and tools curated by Hyper Island (energizers for workshops, creativity/innovation tools, personal development and team building tools)
- https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources/ - The D. School is part of Stanford University, and aims to bring students from different disciplines together to solve complex problems. They curated a collection of resources from their classes and workshops. Activities, tools, and how-tos that can be used as a starting point. They “hope you’ll hack them for whatever challenge you’re working on”.
- Check your connection, software and hardware before the call. Do a test call. Close any heavy bandwidth usage programs (netflix, youtube) on your network (check with housemates)
- Share materials you want to present before the call if possible
- Mute when you are not speaking
- Follow the Radio principles: Think - Unmute - Speak - Mute - Listen
- Use the chat option wisely, for example for numbers, links, interrupting\ (i.e. ‘raising your hand’), questions etc.
- By Fred Deakin of Modual, who are broadcasting a free two week online workshop to collaborate on a creative industry response to the Climate Emergency. Modual also have an open source guide to running collaborative workshops (online and offline)
Remote guiding - giving technical support/instructions
- Easy to use tool to give support through a shared video feed, several functions to guide the person on the other end. More efficient than a standard video call and only requires the person who calls to have the app installed.
- https://manual.to/ makes it easy for organisations to quickly create and share digital how-to guides, in any language, on any device. Easier and more cost-effective and powerful than creating a word file or a youtube video. Instant translation makes it easy for anyone to read the resulting instructions.
- Ensuring continuity of learning during enforced absence: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/guides/ensuring-continuity-of-learning-during-enforced-absence
- https://www.toolboxtoolbox.com/ - a curated list of the best business, design, and organisational change toolboxes built by some of the most influential companies, institutions and thinkers
- https://buki.com.ua/ – это самая большая в Украине платформа для поиска репетиторов (мэтч между репетитором и студентом).