Introduce yourself!

My name is Hadiatoulaye Diallo. I am learning English as a Second Language. I am here because I want to learn more about learning circles.
I hope I will use P2PU to learn more courses in group.

Hello Everyone i’m Machanit and iam learning English class in ESL. i m so happy to learning circle to meet new friends and learn the new thing

My name is Aballa , I am a student learning English as a second language. I just learn about learning circle which is very interesting.

i have taught learning circles as a librarian at Toronto Public Library, some more successful than others. I plan to teach intermediate Excel and Linux Unhatched in the next few months at my branch library.



hello everyone .i m Pinky.i like to learn English.

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I am Emerson, I am learning English. I am very curious about learning circle.

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Hi My name is Ana Magalhaes. I’m an English student as second language. Our meeting for learning circle will be hold after English class. I hope it could help me to understand English a little more.

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Hey there Morgan! Yikes is that a good thing or a bad thing about corporations “becoming start-ups”? Post anything that might be worth reading about this interest or anything else to

Welcome Ana! Where do you live? What course is helping you learn english? I hope your meeting going well.
-Nico from P2PU

Great to see you here @Linda_Feesey. I recently spoke to @Raymond_Chepkwony who is facilitating Linux Unhatched learning circle in Nairobi, Kenya. Happy to connect you to him when you like, but I’m sure Larysa might have plenty to say (Linux learning circles: Results from Toronto Public Library)

Hi Susan, great to connect! Is there an online space we can make for you and your colleagues to discuss ESOL and how it can be paired best with learning circles? @David_Rosen has written plenty of notes ESL/ESOL Learning circles and we could continue to share notes there too as you wish.

I am Yusuf Ganyana. I am in the IT space at Kenya National Library Service, Kibera branch.

One of my role is to increase digital literacy in the community and P2PU has been very instrumental in helping and making this a reality.

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I am Keith Cranwell and I work with voluntary groups engaged in developing children’s play and recreation and I am curious about how the relationship of education and play can be used to improve children’s play opportunities.

Hi, I’m Nuranga, lives in Sri Lanka. Working as a Systems Engineer and major on Linux, Cloud, Network and Security infrastructures. I’m curious to gather new knowledge and I’d believe I can achieve my goal. Happy to learn and join with P2P.


Hello Nuranga!

Great to meet you. How did you hear about P2PU? We’d love to help you run learning circles with Linux or any other initiative in your community. Here is a bit about what happened in Toronto, Canada using Linux that might interest you: Linux learning circles: Results from Toronto Public Library and questions about using the free course here: Linux Unhatched

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Hi Nico_Koenig , Thank you for the resources you have provided for me and appreciated. Usually I’m google for new materials where I can learn something. So, it’s basically I got my attention on P2PU as a suggestion on my search queries the Google. I’m waiting to enroll to follow a suitable course with P2PU as soon as possible.

Greetings from Akron, Ohio. I’m Barb White, Deputy Director of the Akron-Summit Count Public Library. We’re excited to pursue the possibilities of bringing P2PU to our customers, and look forward to learning from others working toward similar goals.

Hi, i am Glory, a cataloguing librarian in the National Library of Nigeria. I am eager to know how this platform can help my work as a cataloguer, using Koha ILS in our cataloguing functions and possibly be a facilitator.

Hi Glory! Welcome. We have colleagues here who have facilitated learning circles in Kenya, Uganda, and Zambia…but not Nigeria yet!

Hello everyone, I am from Brazil. Life is constant learning process, as everything we know is that changes happens all the time, we need to stay open to new knowledges and at same time to be available to transfer and use this knowledge to improve our community.