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README.md

Open Graduation Classes

OGC (Open Graduation Classes) is a method built to work with students, professors, and professionals to develop open graduation classes!

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Using the OGC method universities can improve their classes, professors can share their content, students can participate in the classes building processes and professionals can suggest/improve classes to adapt to the actual needs of the market.

The OGC method

We have a really basic and simple method to open our classes using the OGC method. Basically the idea behind this method is to provide a easy and collaborative way for students, professors, and professionals to contribute to classes content and format.

How the method works?

We have a folder for each class (in Brazil for example we use around 20 classes for one subject) with a base README informing about the number of classes, the estimate duration of each class and giving a summary about the content.

Inside each class we have the summary of that class, the basic workflow of it, and relevant links and activities for the students. We use a folder named Discoveries where students can share their work or their activities. This folder can keep a track of the work done by all the students over the different semesters.

In the examples folder you can see a example of a subject and a class built using the guideline of OGC.

Contributing

Thanks for your interest in contributing to OGC! There are many ways to contribute. To get started, take a look at CONTRIBUTING.md.

Participation Guidelines

This project adheres to a code of conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code. Please report unacceptable behavior to felipe@2ilabs.com.br.

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