Building the Peeragogy Accelerator

Joseph Corneli, Dorota Marciniak, Charles Jeffrey Danoff, Charlotte Pierce, Paola Ricaurte, Jan Herder, Suz Burroughs, George Brett, John Graves

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Abstract

The Peeragogy Project facilitates the reflective practice of peer learning and peer production. We are building living projects that continuously evolve, and we have come together with several of our own projects to build a space for mutual aid. In short, we are building a peer produced Peeragogy Accelerator. We present the background and operating principles of the Accelerator, and describe some of the Accelerated projects: SOLE out of the Box, which aims to build a self-sufficient distributed makerspace; PlanetMath.org, an online mathematics community that will soon run its first peeragogical Calculus course; and Managing Innovation and Change, a semester-long academic course on building startups that is using peeragogy concepts. The Peeragogy Accelerator works “transversally” across these and other projects, supporting both peer-to-peer and Project-to-Project collaboration. We are actively seeking to involve others from the OER world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of OER14: building communities of open practice
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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