I came across p2pu from watching a Knight awards video about the collaboration with the Chicago Public Library. I am presently volunteering with OpenIDEO based out in San Francisco, and am working on a project to explore how libraries can be financial literacy hubs. It is a part of a challenge called, "How might we use the power of communities to financially empower those who need it most?” ( https://openideo.com/challenge/financial-empowerment-challenge/brief ) and I am specifically working on some ideas with the Oakland Public Library, https://openideo.com/challenge/financial-empowerment-challenge/ideas/public-libraries-as-financial-literacy-hubs-starting-locally-with-oakland-public-library.
I wanted to find out what curriculum, groups, classes, or experiences P2PU might have around financial empowerment which you could share.
I would also be interested in the status of the "Activating the public library as a physical infrastructure for online learning" proposal.