Hi Juan (in Spain!),
Concerning the "'Information Technology and the Network Society,' WUaS's first, free, open course, Thursdays, 5pm-7pm PT on Harvard's virtual island in SL and in Google + Hangouts" course
I'm teaching at World University and School - http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2013/09/information-technology-and-network.html - thanks for your suggestion of a page per course like in your Quantum University example - http://universidadquantum.es/preview/20.
WUaS's plan is still to focus development in Wikidata / MediaWiki (like Wikipedia with an interlingual database, C.C. licensed) and use a kind of MIT OCW course model for individual courses, probably partly in MediaWiki, too, but as we get the resources ... I did add a link to my old Course wiki - http://socinfotech.pbworks.com/w/page/17175578/FrontPage - to the WUaS Courses and Schools' page at WUaS ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Courses ... and combine this with Quicken POS multi-store (first in the U.N. languages in English, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Spanish and French, and than in the largest languages).
And for WUaS' degree side, - accrediting in English to begin - we'll use these: http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/. MIT OCW-centricity is important to WUaS for a variety of reasons, especially Creative Commons' licensing ones, as well as it's STEM-centricity (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics' focus).
See you, friends and other Board members in the open, hour-long, monthly business meeting on Saturday at 9am PT - http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2013/08/september-8-2013-monthly-business.html !
I've added this Pew Internet Research "Networked" book page - http://networked.pewinternet.org/ - a Lee Rainie interviews, the book "Networked"'s chapter 1 online text from the MIT Press, etc., the Castells' Berkeley Globetrotter interview, as well as the link to this course - http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2013/09/information-technology-and-network.html - (in WUaS's blog) to World University and School's
Network Society wiki page here -
with its links to other WUaS wiki pages -
which will relate to the course's syllabus.
If you'd like to add, share or access resources relating to this "Information Technology and the Network Society" and our emerging conversation, please go to this page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Network_Society - initially.
What are some of the questions you each bring to this course? I'd like to ask all of us, during the course, to begin to write about how we address our questions perhaps to our G+ Profile pages, to our blogs, to WUaS, or otherwise, as a way to develop a kind of portfolio of each of our ideas, and for sharing them.