OpenStudy is a student-centered social learning network for asking questions, giving help, and connecting with other students studying the same things.
The mission of OpenStudy is “to make the world one large study group, regardless of school, location, or background.”
Students can connect with learners studying the same things they are. They can ask questions, and get answers from students just like them. Over 100,000 students from 170 countries and 1600 schools are studying with OpenStudy.
OpenStudy asks all members to abide by few core principles, the OpenStudy Code of Conduct. An OpenStudier will:
- Be Nice - Stay positive, be friendly, and not mean.
- Be Helpful - Encourage learners that need help, and be patient while helping.
- Be Appreciative - Thank people for taking the time and effort to be helpful.
View a video introduction to OpenStudy
OpenStudy is a for profit business located in Atlanta funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Georgia Research Alliance.
DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION: http://cmp.ly/0