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NodeSchool is OSCCL

NodeSchool is OSCCL

How we think of NodeSchool as more than just teaching Node—it's preparing people for "collaborative communityness" so they can join the open source world and help to make it better.

Given at EmpireNode, 2014

Jason Rhodes

October 27, 2014
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  1. NodeSchool is OSCCL

  2. hello.

  3. baltimore nodeschool

  4. nodeup.com/fiftyfive

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  7. Survey: How to make the event better next time?

  8. Ben: honestly, cant think of anything

  9. Emma: Longer?

  10. Eric: I think this was a solid event, regardless of

    it being the first.
  11. Zane: In order to get the parking pass I had

    to double park and run inside to get it. Maybe have someone out front or something providing them?
  12. David: Pair programming as optional?

  13. Survey: How to make the event better next time?

  14. David: Not forcing the pair- programming. I’d like to …

    make a few attempts at a solution on my own first. ! Just the way my brain works.
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  23. rewire (gently)

  24. open source

  25. collaborative

  26. community

  27. learning

  28. open source

  29. collaborative

  30. community

  31. learning

  32. O.S.C.C.L.

  33. (nobody calls it that)

  34. what’s open source?

  35. hello.

  36. hello.

  37. hello.

  38. hello.

  39. hello.

  40. hello.

  41. COOPERATION!

  42. community

  43. community + collaboration

  44. “collaborative communityness”

  45. ???

  46. unix

  47. mysql

  48. apache

  49. node.js

  50. firefox

  51. wordpress

  52. wikipedia

  53. meatspace revisit RVLVVR

  54. Willow @ GWOB

  55. Willow @ GWOB

  56. open data

  57. OpenCourseWare

  58. ???

  59. n people

  60. time/person ✕

  61. energy/person ✕

  62. = output

  63. we need MORE people

  64. what = fn(who)

  65. what = fn(who)

  66. INTERSECTIONAL!

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  68. INTERSECTIONAL or it will be BULLSHIT my feminism will be

  69. INTERSECTIONAL or it will be BULLSHIT our community will be

  70. we need DIFFERENTER people we need MORE people

  71. but are they ready?

  72. tech learning

  73. blah blah blah

  74. how to collaborate?

  75. how to community?

  76. we need READIER people we need DIFFERENTER people we need

    MORE people
  77. so … how?

  78. books

  79. tutorials

  80. “just do codecademy”

  81. university

  82. meetup.com

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  84. 1. Learning

  85. mentors

  86. 2. Collaboration

  87. pairing

  88. pairing

  89. 3. Community

  90. community

  91. learning

  92. learning + collaboration

  93. learning + collaboration + community

  94. =

  95. open source

  96. collaborative

  97. community

  98. learning

  99. OSCCL!

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  101. The introduction of FLOSS tools in education strengthens the concept

    of the “community” as a critical stakeholder in the e-learning process. In order to analyze its impact in the context of computer-mediated collaborative learning, we examine it along one specific educational context, namely computer science education and in relation to one distinct type of learning application: collaborative development environments.
  102. community helps you learn better

  103. so what can you do?

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  105. find a local node school

  106. github.com/nodeschool

  107. start a new chapter

  108. github.com/nodeschool/organizers

  109. do something new?

  110. (gently)

  111. Thanks! @rhodesjason @baltimorenodeschool Slides and links: bit.ly/empirenodeschool