Sure. The events help the participants bridge the knowledge application gap using peer mentoring. This usually means they get exposed to some content say how to use crowd funding? Then they are broken into small group to work on a project, usually on how to apply the learning for their own projects. These groups are facilitated by mentors/ support providers - these are the target group for this free version.
The idea is that the facilitators need support and if this support can be offered online and is automated then it allows us at startup ready to stay focused on our core business.
In terms of the structure of the course we are trying organise here on P2PU. The intention is to introduce anyone interested in Entrepreneurship to understand what it is, how its different, the kind of tools to use for interacting with Entrepreneurs, what areas of business to focus on, how to structure the communications, and finally some human concerns that usually arise when working with entrepreneurs.
The intention is to help the learners understand the content through quizzes, get them to apply the learnings in real life projects they have with entrepreneurs and then use their feedback to improve the course.
Currently I have started a draft course using this link - https://p2pu.org/en/courses/2610/startupready-support-provider/ is the draft. Here the modules are labelled, the content of each module is nearly done. However, I just can’t figure out to organise a pre module quizz and a post module quizz. Once I can figure this out I can then structure the content taking the quizz structure into account.
If you look at www.edx.org they seem to follow a process of pre quiz - content - post learning quiz. We are looking to add real life projects, feedback and badges to the process as well.
Hope this is useful and look forward to your thoughts.