KREMLUN SANDUS (CS) | Foregoing the traditional websites and learning management systems that have defined micronational education, Sandus has launched its first course via YouTube.
Entitled ‘Sandus in Practice,’ the course is the first of eleven planned course offerings from the State College that aim to provide a comprehensive orientation to new citizens. Consisting of six video lectures by Sandus founder Will Sörgel, it provides an overview of the micronation’s online infrastructure while teaching the student more about how to be an active citizen. In total, the lectures run approximately 45 minutes in length.
The use of video lectures is a unique, if not revolutionary, approach in the history of micronational educational institutions, which have often relied on web pages, forums, learning management systems or a combination thereof to facilitate learning since the late 1990s.