[p2pu-dev] Featured Courses at P2PU This Week (29 July 2011)

Rebecca Kahn bekka at p2pu.org
Fri Jul 29 09:57:36 UTC 2011

Happy Friday, good people of P2PU.

You may notice that this week's featured courses have a seriously artistic
bias! We're delighted that so many people have come to our community wanting
to use online education as a tool for exploring their creative side. Who
knows, maybe we'll be able to open the P2PU Gallery soon...

Have a look at some of the great courses that have opened for signup this

   - *What Philosophers Can Do For Artists*
   It's an introduction to philosophy for artists, an introduction to
   psychoanalysis for philosophers, an introduction to pragmatics for
   psychoanalysts and an introduction to art for pragmatists.

   - *Pencil Drawing*
   *Through a small pencil tip is not impossible to create a great
   masterpiece. This course will help you develop the knowledge to use a pencil
   to create great art. *

   - *Time Banking and Co-Production Family Support Study Group *

   of timebanking and co-production in building and implementing supports for
   youth, families, elders and other special populations. *

   - *Designing for Communities*
   Want to build a social web environment? The Designing for Communities
   course has begun - it's a great way to learn best practice for interactive,
   collaborative web sites.

Intersted in helping run a course?

   - *Javascript 101 *
   Javascript 101 is a successful ongoing course in School of Webcraft. The
   group is searching for facilitators who are interested in helping improve
   and organise existing content.

If you're interested in participating in any of the courses as a participant
or organiser, or want to see  some of the others we have on offer, head over
to www.p2pu.org <http://www.google.com/url?sa=D&q=www.p2pu.org> and take a

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