We wanted to let you know that you can still propose School of Webcraft course and project ideas to run in P2PU’s April cycle.
You don’t have to be an expert on a topic to lead a course or start a learning project, you just need to be committed to learning more. Together with your peers you’ll gather existing openly licensed learning materials and work alongside each other to learn about standards based web development.
The only way we can make School of Webcraft work is if you get involved. Here’s how:
Help Organise an Existing Course Idea
- Existing ideas for Webcraft projects can be viewed on the P2PU website.
- If you’d like to help an existing project, please offer your assistance to the course admin via their profile.
- Opportunities to sign-up and participate as peer-learners will open soon.
Can’t Find The Topic You Want? Then Propose It!
- If you can’t find a course that you’d be interested in joining, you have the chance to create it.
- Share your project idea and invite other people to help you find materials and setup your course plan.
- Once you’ve created your idea we’ll be in contact offering you help with organising your project.
Join The Webcraft Discussion List
- To get more involved in School of Webcraft and help organise the project you can sign-up for our Discussion List.
- As the P2PU-Webcraft list can be high-volume and is a place for discussion, we ask you to abide by the P2PU Mailing List Guidelines.
Got a Question?
- Explore our Frequently Asked Questions to find an answer.
We look forward to having you involved.
P2PU and School of Webcraft