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  1. Learners Anonymous

    DIY-Learners are in trouble. They know they should learn on their own, lifelong, to be ready for the “flat world”, but most of the time they fail. What they need is structure for organizing themselves in loosely structured groups: e.g. like guilds in World of Warcraft (a learning raid), or like local groups of Alcoholics Anonymous (which follow a surprisingly open and Web 2.0-compatible philosophy). What they need to do this is something like a toolbox that helps them finding like-minded DIY-learners, form a project group, define the goals, set up a learning project plan, structure the collaborative work, create a common learning project result that can be shown as a credential or even certified by an expert.

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