Hi Ander, Annsi, Haluk, Yassi, and Juan,
Thanks for developing this email thread about cooperatives and an academic program as service further, Ander.
Anssi, Juan and Haluk have all said they are otherwise occupied in terms of possibly having an initial exploratory online video conference about a possible collaboration between a) Mondragon University Team Academy, b) Finland TA c) a "cooperative startup companies' entrepreneurial undergraduate major" (14 courses over 4 years?) at STEM CC MIT OCW-centric WUaS (as part of a liberal arts major) which is planning to accredit in most countries in their languages, and d) ISSIP grand challenge (see http://www.issip.org/grand-
challenge-for-issip-members- and-world-university-and- school/ and http://www.issip.org/grand- challenges/ and http://staging4.issip.org/ grand-challenges/grand- challenge/), - and what I'm posting again below - although Haluk expressed interest in exploring about related Honorariums for some of this.
Shall we keep trying to meet online in video for this interesting service and business opportunity?
The ICOT conference in Bilbao (is this the web site - http://www.icot2015.com/ ?) sounds very interesting, but WUaS isn't yet in a financial position to explore such possibilities yet.
Shall we try to meet in video, and directly after a Wednesday ISSIP presentation? (I won't be at the one tomorrow however). I'm in favor of developing this further and seeking to schedule a convenient time to video conference. I can't meet on Wednesday, May 27th, or in the first weeks of June, however.
WUaS itself is a far-reaching service entrepreneurial opportunity in these regards.
Good luck with the final sprint, Ander- at Mondragon University and with your teaching how to develop cooperatives world wide!
I have 4 possible collaboration ideas for Mondragon University's Team Academy (MUTA) and World University and School (WUaS) collaborations, and am curious to learn how MUTA collaborates with other universities as well.
Collaborate in a WUaS undergraduate entrepreneurial major engaging MUTA processes online, and planning first for English and the UN languages in those languages, and eventually in large languages and in Basque (Euskara https://eu.wikipedia.
Admissions at World University and School -
with students applying this autumn 2015 and matriculating online in English first in autumn 2016 for a 4 year Creative Commons' licensed degree.
Develop a wiki Basque language and Basque country World University and School, in the Basque language, for open teaching and learning, and possibly for Ph.D.s, Law, and MD degrees, and other degrees. Here are beginnings of this in English, with much MIT OCW and Yale OYC:
Basque language World University and School -
Basque language World University and School -
And again here's the Euskara (Basque language) Wikipedia - https://eu.wikipedia.org/
Explore creating Basque speaking internships for focusing this online university / school with a TA entrepreneurial focus, and aggregating, for example, academic research for open teaching and learning about Basque country, e.g.
723426/Towards_the_Basque_ City_Comparative_Territorial_ Bechmarking_Basque_Dublin_and_ Portland -
and also create a kind of online Basque "city" with this online Basque WUaS
explore doing much of this in the context of this WUaS ISSIP grand challenge -http://www.issip.org/grand-
How does Team Academy and MUTA collaborate with other universities?
Juan and Haluk might be able to help develop related and parallel MIT OCW-centric wiki projects in Spanish and in Turkish.
Thank you, and thanks for very interesting ISSIP presentations as well.
See, too -
Senna siamea: Cooperatives wiki subject page at WUaS, Basque language and Basque country WUaS, Euskara (Basque language) Wikipedia, Mondragon Team Academy where Students Create Cooperatives with Specific Pragmatic Company and Entrepreneurial Startup Targets Every Year, Mondragon University's Team Academy (MUTA) and WUaS collaborations for a WUaS undergraduate major?, WUaS ISSIP Grand Challenge and these, MIT OCW-centric WUaS wiki projects in Spanish, in Turkish, in Arabic plus, Cooperatives are generally owned by their workers, who vote, and which legal structures, country to country, are typically very egalitarian, WUaS to help create especially Information Technology online cooperative companies
17-25 matriculated WUaS undergraduates in a team over 3 years as they form legal Cooperatives as companies in most Nation States (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Nation_States) while as students ... e.g. companies such as: online web page design, newspapers, publishing houses, coding companies, Machine Learning companies, Translation companies - all as Co-ops ...