I might be a little slow on the uptake, but I recently discovered Skillshare.com, a sort of online bulletin board where people can find classes in their city to take or teach. Class examples include:
- Bookbinding for Artists
- 30+ Life Hacks to have more money, time, energy and well being
- Sustainable Design Workshop
All of these take place in New York City - Madison's offerings are a tad thin on the ground (let's change that!) - and range in price from $15 to $625 for a spot. Not going to lie - the $625 price tag made my breath catch a bit. I'm wondering if/how libraries might leverage Skillshare.com to reach that twenty- and thirty-something patron group - not to mention use it for programming inspiration!