by ADAMCROOM

@acroom
I’M ACTUALLY NOT AN
EXPERT

ON ANYTHING…
by ADAMCROOM

@acroom
@acroom
@acroom
Content

@acroom
@acroom
Organized Content

Content

@acroom
@acroom
@acroom
@acroom
@acroom
@acroom
Assessment
Organized Content

Content

@acroom
Aug 2 : Thrun sends an email

8,000
Aug 15 : NYTimes article

58,000
Aug 16 : Scientific American article

70,000
Aug 23 : KQED/Mindshift article

120,000
Oct. 10: Start of class

160,000
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• Machine Learning
• Game Theory
• Optimization of Antibiotic
Practices
• Children Nutrition and Cook...
17 Harvard courses!
•
•
•
•
•
•

China
Fundamentals of Neuroscience
Poetry in America
Health and Society
Intro to Computer...
COMMUNITY

Assessment
Organized Content

Content

@acroom
Everything we learn
takes place in a
social context.
@acroom
Knowledge is constructed
in the midst of our
interactions with others and
is shaped by the skills and
abilities valued in ...
@acroom
- 80+ free talks on
freedom, citizenship,
and u.s. history
- 85,000+ video views
ONLINE
- Itunes U: 50,000+ @acroom
- 82,000+ page views
- AVG. Visit Duration :
04:09
@acroom
@acroom
Learn more at janux.ou.edu
@acroom
So wHat?

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HIGHER ED is now…
1. Available beyond 18-22 yrs old
2. Less specialized
3. Can happen with anyone,
anywhere
@acroom
COMMUNITY

Assessment
Organized Content
Social
Media!

Cooking!
Blogging!

Content
App
development
-ADAMCROOM

@acroom
How to Become an Expert at Anything – Adam Croom
How to Become an Expert at Anything – Adam Croom
How to Become an Expert at Anything – Adam Croom
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”Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.” – Isaac Asimov. Learn about the tools at your disposal that not only allow you to consume information in an organized fashion but allow you to teach yourself, your organization, and the world.

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  • Two purposes: 1.) Internally, it keeps us up-to-date on the most important news stories. On the fore front of educaiton, technology, and local economic development.2.) Other purpose: external. 1.) Our logo in their inbox first thing every morning. They are thinking of us and they are thinking we are the experts of the fields listed.Best part: We had to create ZERO new content.
  • How to Become an Expert at Anything – Adam Croom

    1. 1. by ADAMCROOM @acroom
    2. 2. I’M ACTUALLY NOT AN EXPERT ON ANYTHING… by ADAMCROOM @acroom
    3. 3. @acroom
    4. 4. @acroom
    5. 5. Content @acroom
    6. 6. @acroom
    7. 7. Organized Content Content @acroom
    8. 8. @acroom
    9. 9. @acroom
    10. 10. @acroom
    11. 11. @acroom
    12. 12. @acroom
    13. 13. Assessment Organized Content Content @acroom
    14. 14. Aug 2 : Thrun sends an email 8,000
    15. 15. Aug 15 : NYTimes article 58,000
    16. 16. Aug 16 : Scientific American article 70,000
    17. 17. Aug 23 : KQED/Mindshift article 120,000
    18. 18. Oct. 10: Start of class 160,000
    19. 19. @acroom
    20. 20. 25 Stanford courses! • Machine Learning • Game Theory • Optimization of Antibiotic Practices • Children Nutrition and Cooking • Cryptology • Writing in the Sciences • Startup Engineering • Intro to Mathematical Thinking • Organizational Analysis • Intro to Logic • General Game Playing • Democratic Development • Natural Language Processing • Computer Security • Introduction to Databases • Computer Science 101 • • • • • Automata Social Economic Networks Compilers Probalistic Graphical Models Understanding Einstein: The Special Theory of Relativity • Practical tips to improve Asian American participation in cancer clinical trials • Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part I • Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part II @acroom
    21. 21. 17 Harvard courses! • • • • • • China Fundamentals of Neuroscience Poetry in America Health and Society Intro to Computer Science Early Christianity: Letters of Paul • Unlocking the Immunity to Change • Science and Cooking • Challenges of America’s National Security • The Ancient Greek Hero • Justice • Health in Number • Dynamics • Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics • Introduction to Computer Science and Programming • Circuits and Electronics • Introduction to Philosophy • Elements of Structure • • • • • • 18 mit courses! Introduction to Aerodynamics A Global History of Architecture Innovation and Commercialization Introduction to Biology Classical Mechanics Introduction to Solid State Chemistry • Mechanics Reviews
    22. 22. COMMUNITY Assessment Organized Content Content @acroom
    23. 23. Everything we learn takes place in a social context. @acroom
    24. 24. Knowledge is constructed in the midst of our interactions with others and is shaped by the skills and abilities valued in a particular culture Lev Vygotsky @acroom
    25. 25. @acroom
    26. 26. - 80+ free talks on freedom, citizenship, and u.s. history - 85,000+ video views ONLINE - Itunes U: 50,000+ @acroom
    27. 27. - 82,000+ page views - AVG. Visit Duration : 04:09 @acroom
    28. 28. @acroom
    29. 29. Learn more at janux.ou.edu @acroom
    30. 30. So wHat? @acroom
    31. 31. HIGHER ED is now… 1. Available beyond 18-22 yrs old 2. Less specialized 3. Can happen with anyone, anywhere @acroom
    32. 32. COMMUNITY Assessment Organized Content Social Media! Cooking! Blogging! Content App development
    33. 33. -ADAMCROOM @acroom
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