🌚 Wed Oct 7 2020 — Community Call: Assessing and Reflecting on Courses

Hello! You’re invited to P2PU’s monthly community call.

This month, we’ll be speaking about assessing and reflecting on online courses. Once you’ve settled on a need or interest, learning circle facilitators are encouraged to start looking for free online courses and topic resources that can help guide their learning circle. So, how might you go from a learning need to choosing an online course? How can we make this process better for everyone? We’ll try to answer these questions together during this call!

Our agenda will begin with an introduction to finding, evaluating, and creating online courses. As a group, we’ll discuss and plan for how we can collectively contribute our knowledge of online courses in ways that benefit the wider P2PU community.

Here is our full agenda for you to review. Have any specific questions or issues that you’d like to discuss related to online courses? Reply below and we’ll add it to the agenda!

Community calls happen every first Wednesday of the month and are an open forum to discuss topics relevant to learning circles and the P2PU community. All are welcome to join, regardless of experience with learning circles.


Wednesday, October 7th from 12–1 PM ET (view in your timezone)


:computer: Join via computer or smartphone: meet.google.com/xna-dahq-fmf
:telephone_receiver: Call in via phone: +1 401-903-2768‬ (PIN: ‪125 961 305‬#)

We host our calls online using Google Meet. You do not need a Google account to join, and you can connect by computer, cell phone, or a landline. For tips, watch How to Join a Video Meeting (03:54)

Please RSVP to the event by marking Going in the calendar above.

You’ll need to log in to your account to RSVP. If you want to add the event to your personal calendar, you can subscribe to the P2PU event calendar or download this event by clicking the image button on the RSVP at the top of this post.

Extra P2PU resources related to online courses

Finding a course

Evaluating a course

Contributing course knowledge back to the community

Creating a course