Offcourse is an open source platform for crowdsourced learning and knowledge sharing. We believe that if we share what we know, and collect that knowledge in one place, we all learn from each other and we can grow our skills in the area we want. That is why we support open source and open knowledge.
Our aim is to help people grow as professionals. Offcourse focuses on 21st Century Skills, such as design, entrepreneurship and programming. We don't believe in 6 year curricula, long, boring lectures, and one-size-fits-all courses. Instead you assemble your skills bit by bit.
Anything you find on the web can become part of your personal learning course: blogs, video tutorials, podcasts, you name it. Create collections of learning resources, store them in one place, and share them with like-minded people around the globe.
Voila, this is how it works. Have fun!
If you have a question about the Offcourse platform, your account, bugs or feature requests, please check our FAQ first to find an answer. For questions not listed on our FAQ and that are other than technical issues or feature requests, don't create an issue on our GitHub repo, but contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offcourse is a not-for-profit organization. The learning platform we build is continuously under development. You can help us expand *the Offcourse platform and its community.**
On our GitHub repository you will find both a Bug Database and our Product Roadmap soon. If there’s a feature you’d like to work on to grow your coding skills, please do so. It doesn’t matter if you are new to programming or advanced, we welcome all levels and backgrounds to our community. Before you start, please read our Contributing Guidelines (in progress) to make sure we can work together smoothly and pleasant.
Offcourse is an open source project and is a community of like-minded people. The authors and maintainers of the project, therefore, are you.