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README.md

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The Mechanical MOOC is a web based app for running a course with a large number of users. Users can sign up for a course, you can send regular email updates about the course and group people into small groups where they can discuss the course with their peers. Nothing more and nothing less.

Documentation

Instructions for setting up the Mechanical MOOC is on mechanical-mooc.readthedocs.org.

You can also head over to the P2PU forum and tell us about your course and ask questions!

Example Use Cases

The Mechanical MOOC has been used to create a number of educational experiences on the web. We've included the relevant Trello boards for the MOOCs to show the learning design and content development phases as well.