Peeragogy In Action #9: The Peeragogy Course, 2021

Please visit the YouTube link to submit questions before or during the livestream!
What is Peeragogy? It’s been explained as the “art and science of collaboration,” or “the no-longer-missing guide to peer learning & peer production.”

You are invited to join us as we evolve our plans for the Peeragogy Course 2021! We will give a a high level preview of course content, discuss an example of Peeragogy In Action with the “News on Wiki” project and highlight one of the course assignments: contribute to a Wikipedia article.

For this episode, you can either be a fly on the wall or an active participant as we continue exploring and developing the course in real time. Course participants can follow the livestream and comment/question, and/or pop in to studio (we can take 10 at a time; request on the YouTuber comment stream).

Invited panelists include Howard Rheingold, Melanie Weir, Sherry Antoine, Kristy Roschke, and Pete Forsyth. Host, Charlie Danoff

Whatever you call it, Peeragogy is everywhere!


  •  HOST: Charlie Danoff, Peeragogy Project
  • CREW & TECH: Joe Corneli, Charlotte Pierce, and Lisa MacDonald, The Peeragogy Project (est. 2011)


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