Bookmarked Learn with We Are Open Co-op – We Are Open Co-op by Anne Hilliger (We Are Open Co-op)

One of the bigger projects Iโ€™ve been working on during my internship at WAO was redesigning and rethinking our platform. Over the past years, We Are Open worked with a varietyโ€ฆ

The We Are Open Co-op have collected together their various resources in one place, whether it be templates, online courses or episodes of the podcast. Along with the Hyper Island Toolbox and Laura Hilliger’s Participatory Learning Materials, this collection is useful in supporting the endeavour to make change.
Bookmarked Announcing our new podcast – We Are Open Co-op by Doug Belshaw (We Are Open Co-op)

A podcast about the intersection of technology, society, and internet culture โ€“ with a dash of philosophy and art for good measure. Hosts: Laura Hilliger & Doug Belshaw

Laura Hilliger and Doug Belshaw have started a new podcast associated with their participation in We Are Open Co-op. I feel that this has been years been years in the making as I am pretty sure Doug mooted it while TIDE Podcast was running. I have long followed both and enjoyed their newsletters for years (Freshly Brewed Thoughts and Thought Shrapnel). It is interesting then to hear them in conversation.

I cannot help but compare with TIDE, but this podcast seems different. Although it has a wealth of talking points, the contrast between the two is a bit different. It also comes back to their work with/for/in the WAO (We Are Open Podcast).

RSVPed Attending The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Virtual Meetings

We Are Open Co-op is proud to present our new, free email-based course: The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Virtual Meetings! This is part of a new series we have entitledโ€ฆ Skills for the New Normal

This is a useful email-based course that helps break down virtual meetings into seven points of consideration:

  1. Preparation
  2. Privacy
  3. Collaboration
  4. Communication
  5. Projection
  6. Etiquette
  7. Affirmations

Although some aspects may seem obvious, what the course does really well is clearly laying out a map of the land. I think that the challenge is reviewing and refining the new normal that has quickly become ingrained.