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  1. May 2020
    1. What’s missing for learners outside formal institutions who know how to use social media is useful lore about how people learn together without a teacher.

      Yeah lore and stories help us understand the idea and transmit at mass level

  2. Apr 2020
  3. Nov 2019
    1. What learning activity recipes or models might be appropriate?

      This section is about asking questions about the texts, and one of these questions is the above one, about learning activities. For a reading group it's often hard to see what activities actually take place. People can appear to be passive recipients for instance, but maybe they do use certain insights in other contexts, which is fine of course. It's hard to impose learning activities, most people simply don't have the time for that - maybe it's a better idea to ask the participants how they would apply certain insights and maybe offer help, making it more learner-centered.

    1. the US Army’s technique of After Action Review (AAR)

      the US Army’s technique of After Action Review (AAR). What could we do better next time?

    1. More and more I think it would be useful to publish various versions of the Handbook, a version for teachers, for trainers in the corporate world, for people wanting to engage into peer-to-peer learning outside of institutions or companies...

      This being said, the content of this section can very easily be adapted to various use cases, it's just a matter of indicating that these patterns are not 'just for teachers'.

    1. This section suggests a number of useful questions for those starting a new project or wanting to relaunch a project.

  4. Oct 2019
    1. Latest comments from across the site are collected here.

      this link is broken!

    1. 5PH1NX: 5tudent Peer Heuristic for 1Nformation Xchange - we think of it as a “curiously trans-media” use case in peeragogical assessment.

      I'm not sure whether the beginning of the book is the right place for this. First of all, 5PH1NX is a horrible name - maybe people in edu institutions are used to this kind of naming, but others run away screaming. Second, this is about educational institutions. Peeragogy however is about society at large, including people who left school long ago and want to work with others in order to learn, independently from institutions.

    1. an active Google+ community, conveniently called Peeragogy in Action.

      should be replaced by groups

    2. Do you agree with Lisa?

      Good idea to ask input. In a print copy the handbook could have a blank space to scribble notes. Online Jupyter Notebook could be used... or annotation tools such as hypothes.is.

    3. Exercise: How do you see yourself fitting in?

      maybe a bit soon to ask this question, people still have to read the book...

    4. http://goo.gl/4dRU92

      no longer active what hapenedwhen google+ went down? was there a loss of content?

    5. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/peeragogy

      yay, this one still is up and running

    6. https://plus.google.com/+PeeragogyOrgHandbook

      no longer active

    7. our live chat: https://gitter.im/orgs/Peeragogy/rooms

      no longer live? don't get access

    8. with us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+PeeragogyOrgHandbook

      new link needed (to Zoom?)

    9. what is the relation between the PLN theory and practice and peeragogy?

    10. What are some of the things you’re concerned about that brought you here?

      Not really concerned, just wanting to have a good time with other learners.

    11. You can jot some keywords here:

      it reminds me of open source, with all the possibilities but also the hurdles, especially for non-technical people. (Once you're invited to collaborate on GitHub working with Markdown, there's already one big hurdle to take.)

    12. Workflow for the 4th edition

      needs more explanations. Not everyone is familiar with Markdown let alone LaTex.

    13. a spreadsheet under the heading “survey” in our Google Drive

      accessible by anyone? How? Where?

    1. “Peeragogy Accelerator”

      interesting idea but the link is broken

    2. I like online collaborative reading. How do we go from a 'book club' to a peer-to-peer learning community?

    1. Welcome to the Peeragogy Workbook!

      this seems to repeat in large part the previous page? not really a workbook?

    1. moved our most of our discussions to Google+

      what platform do they use now Google+ has died?

    2. hasn’t been schooled out of them
    3. All of the faculty and grad students at Berkeley dropped out of the project

      why would that have been? Maybe it wasn't useful in terms of 'credits'? Or do the 'powers that be' consider peer-to-peer learning as a threat to the academic business model?

  5. Mar 2019
  6. Apr 2018
  7. May 2017
    1. suggests activities to try while you explore peer learning.

      micro-guides as Paola Ricaurte and Amanda Lyons have suggested

    2. We will do this by investing time and energy, rather than money, building a distributed community of peer learners, and a strongly vetted collection of best practices. Our project complements others’ work on sites like Wikiversity and P2PU, but with an applied flavor. It is somewhat similar to Y Combinator and other start-up accelerators or incubators, but we’re doing it the commons based peer production way.

      Talked about this at the May 28 Peeragogy in Action session.

  8. Jul 2016
    1. Latest comments from across the site require a login to read. Not sure why you would want to do that. Be nice to just have a peek easily. The Amazon copy is V2. PDF is V3. Paperback is V3? (It does not say when you click on the link.)

  9. Feb 2016
    1. Hi! I'm interested in translate the handbook into spanish, but I have a couple of questions: 1) Is someone already doing this? and 2) is there any methodology or guidelines of the flow of information among translators?

  10. Jan 2016
    1. need to revise this to be more friendly to newcomer

  11. Dec 2015

      This underlining should be longer!

  12. Nov 2015
    1. Motivation

      Maybe this needs a short section intro, since, actually, the topic under discussion here is Chapter Summaries, not Motivation.

    1. Technology Features/Functions

      This could be a good place to add links to interesting websites @daytripper

  13. Aug 2015
    1. Hey... BTW we can also use hypothes.is by now to collect opinion and feedback from peers during this design phase .

    1. We want to kick things off with a candid confession: we’re not going to pretend that this book is perfect.

      I'm interested in understanding how hypothes.is handles changing content. I made a comment on an earlier version of this page, and the text I highlighted no longer exists. But what happens if the text only moves around? ... OK, here's the technical description: https://hypothes.is/blog/fuzzy-anchoring/

      Interesting. I might like to be able to see a pool of "orphaned" annotations, like the one I made before, which don't reattach anywhere. But current behavior is certainly OK for now!

  14. Jul 2015
    1. we think will be helpful as you get started.

      It's worth pointing out the ways in which the handbook is not perfect. I've added some discussion about that in https://github.com/Peeragogy/Peeragogy.github.io/issues/1