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://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”.
MOOCs etc. - 200+ MOOCs and other online training resources.
For students (guidelines)
Before the session:
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
During the session
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)
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.