Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community


Various authors, Website, Jun 09, 2008

Browsers can search for people willing to offer live video online lessons and receive lessons for a (per-hour) fee. Prices are pretty high now, but I can easily see them declining. Though the site has exclusivity conditions that render it unusable, its approach to offering a marketplace of learning opportunities is definitely worth a look (the conditions are: "You are free to reuse the material you present in such lectures, but the recording of the lecture itself may only be used by you on the Service..."). Related: Susan Smith Nash reviews LearnHub, a site "combines social networks and content management to allow users to create, use, and manage online learning (training, tutoring, mini-courses, reviews)."

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