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Open Social: The Conversation
Open Social Learning Communities are the conversation centers of online learning communities. In these types of communites, you can ask or answer a technical question, take a class from an expert in a field, or get help studying for a major exam. Instead of a lecture approach, these communities are more like seminars or study groups where we can learn from each other.
Open Social: Learning Communities
Users work together to learn a particular topic by completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing constructive feedback.
Divided into schools: School of Innovation, School of Webcraft, School of Open, School of Education, & Mathematical Future
Over 600 free online courses; available from introductory to postgraduate level.
Ask questions, give help, and connect with over 100,000 students from 170 countries and 1,600 schools.
OpenStudy is a social learning network where students ask questions, give help, and connect with other students studying the same things.
Organizes people and their interests so you can find, collect and share the information most valuable to you.
When you want to know more about something, Quora delivers you answers and content from people who share your interests and people who have first-hand knowledge.
The Urch forums are dedicated to discussions academic matters, including college admissions, test prep (including the GMAT, GRE, SAT, and more), & Economics.