The verb "lernos" is the future tense of "learning" in the Esperanto language (mi lernos = I will learn, ni lernos = we will learn). lernOS is an operating system for lifelong learning and learning organizations. But lernOS is not software, it's "brainware". It is a way to think and act to be successful in the 21st century as an individual, a team or a whole organization.
There are three guides that describe the approach on the individual level (lernOS for You), the team level (lernOS for Teams), and the organizational level (lernOS for Organizations). Additionally there is the lernOS Toolbox describing commonly used methods and tools (e.g. Podcasting, Expert Debriefing, Barcamps, Sketchnoting). lernOS is not invented on the green field but a compilation of existing and tested methods. All guides are available under the open Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license on the lernOS Website.
If you have further questions regarding lernOS or need peer support you can freely join the community platform CONNECT and the lernOS CircleFinder or write with #lernOS on Twitter. The mastery of lernOS is a matter of months or years not hours or days. So Keep Calm & Learn On!
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