Looking forward to talking with you a wee bit about online learning and education at some point in the Epicenter Cafe in SF.
While open-ended conversation has much merit, and let's plan for that, here also are some items I'm curious about for Monday, and about which you'll probably have very good ideas:
a) where are you heading in your thinking as manager of social innovation at your online education startup?
b) how best to do outreach to (e.g. high achieving high school) students for online STEM-centric World University and School - e.g. http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2013/07/july-13-open-business-meeting-agenda-at.html and http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2013/05/catarina-pupfish-outreach-for-mit-ocw.html (with many relevant resources, although these blog posts are both a little old) - in all 242 countries but planning for a C.C. free online undergraduate degree in English first (with students probably studying and learning in the rooms in which they went to high school) and graduating probably first in 2020 ... ?
c) are you involved in the SF EDU startup weekend in 2015 - http://sfedu.startupweekend.org/events/sf-edu-startup-weekend-6713/ (if it will be on the first weekend in June, since I'll be at a Reed reunion from June 10-15 and probably giving a paper at the Quaker FAHE - Friends Association for Higher Education from the 18th-21st or so) - or do you know people who will be? Would it be possible for me to be a speaker or panelist at this, if this is an aspect of this weekend?
d) accreditation? in this great online article it says your most important question here in the picture series - http://www.careercontessa.com/meg-evans-udemy/ - is asking "How can I help?" Would you/your startup be able please to help organize further WUaS's initial California BPPE accreditation?
e) how best for WUaS to become financially operational, so as to be able to hire interns, accredit, etc, for example? (WUaS would like to become the Harvard / Yale / Stanford / Oxbridge of the internet, and become a significant employer in all 7,870 languages - possibly at double the size of IBM's 426,000 people, with many many interns ... yes, diversity with a big D, and linguistically :)
What are you interested in talking about?