Lately we’ve had community-driven learning on our minds.
What we’re thinking about: how an existing community, with its own niche and identity, can better enable its members to come together to learn.
So many communities are brimming with knowledge, passion, and creativity. We think unlocking that energy can open some fascinating and valuable possibilities for what a community can be. Many communities already learn together. But it’s not always an explicit value, and it’s not always easy to make it happen.
We believe learning should be active, exploratory, collaborative. What if communities could make this kind of learning more legible and accessible — both to current members, and potential ones?
Two examples of what this might enable:
What’s next? What does this look like on Hyperlink? We’re still figuring it out!
Two things you could help with, if you find this idea interesting—
Please hit reply with any thoughts!
We’re starting conversations, planning, sketching possibilities, and thinking through our next set of Hyperlink features that could support this type of community learning.
More courses in the works, too — we’ll announce a few next month. And we’re drafting some learning resources / guides for course creators, coming to our new “Hyperlink Library” soon :)
—The Hyperlink Team