CC World University and School, planning to offer online CC (so free) Bachelor, Ph.D., Law and M.D. degrees as well as I.B. high school diplomas, in all countries' main and official languages, is Friendly-informed, so will take a kind of unprogrammed Quaker approach to
"Lesson plans for teaching for a peaceful, diverse world that is safe for everyone"
in creating WUaS's own CC OpenCourseWare (and likely building on what has been taught at Haverford, Swarthmore, Earlham and Guilford colleges, for example, all historic Quaker colleges).
WUaS plans to develop in Wikidata (Wikipedia's 4 year old database developing with AI, machine learning and machine translation) while accrediting on CC MIT OCW in its 7 languages - e.g. https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/
translated-courses/ - and CC Yale OYC. WUaS seeks to become the accrediting Harvard / Stanford of the internet in all countries' main and official languages.
As a wiki, anyone will be able to add course ware or resources to pages such as this - http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Peace_and_Social_ Justice_Studies - which will become more user friendly after we move into a new wiki.
Classes will occur in group video such as in Google group video Hangouts, and in MIT UnHangouts.
WUaS is also planning wiki schools for open teaching and learning in all 7,097 living languages. Hopefully this all-languages' dialogue opportunity among people who want to think together (with wik MIT / Yale academic standards) will facilitate such peace-generation and learning as well.
Likewise, and greetings to FCNL's Diane Randall and Christine Ashley if you happen to see them. It seems like this upcoming new administration will be a focusing opportunity for FCNL.
I'm curious about possible US government funding for Friendly-informed World University and School, accrediting on CC MIT OCW and CC Yale OYC in its 7 languages. I'm posting below an email I sent to the Association of Internet Researchers email list yesterday re their email thread "[Air-L] Lesson plans for teaching for a peaceful, diverse world that is safe for everyone" (which I'll probably post to my blog on Sunday). Who might Diane or Christine or others at FCNL might suggest talking to in these regards, I wonder.
Appreciating online Western Friend Quaker Meeting!
*Could WUaS help the US govt provide a social safety net & with a universal basic income in all countries' main languages & digital currency? https://t.co/eq8540ZWCB— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) November 11, 2016
"A Guide to Basic Income: Frequently Asked Questions about UBI" by @scottsantens https://t.co/fvXD49Bchp #basicincome pic.twitter.com/sspLLUUBe0— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) October 30, 2016
#BasicIncome would destroy the possibility of forcing someone in a place where they can't meet their basic needs and blaming them for it. pic.twitter.com/ChpABSqwTK— Philippe Chabot (@PhilllChabbb) November 13, 2016
Nation States (each a major university in each countries' main languages) -
WUaS Law School (planned in each countries' official language) -
Computer Science at WUaS -
Artificial Intelligence at WUaS -
By 2025, the operating cost of a robot that does the work of a $25/hr welder will be less than $2/hr. https://t.co/bsTdgAghd5 #basicincome pic.twitter.com/Ec2OmhiL7b— Scott Santens (@scottsantens) November 10, 2016
Will robotics make work obsolete?
Could WUaS help the US govt provide a social safety net & with a universal basic income in all countries' main languages & digital currency? https://t.co/ll82sBu0ab— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) November 11, 2016