If you have further curiosity about the experimental "open source" course on the book of Hebrews I'm teaching next semester here in online land (see the previous post below for details), here's the basic weekly template I'll use.
Assignment 1: Watch Schenck's videocast: Hebrews xx-xx
Assignment 2: Post a 500 word comparison of Schenck and the three commentaries on your public team blog in relation to topic x.
Note: You will choose three of the following commentaries to compare and contrast along with Schenck throughout the course:
a. deSilva, David, Perseverance in Gratitude
b. Johnson, Luke Timothy, Hebrews
c. Koester, Craig, Hebrews
d. Lane, William, 2 vols., Hebrews 1-8 and Hebrews 9-13
e. Witherington III, Ben, Letters and Homilies for Jewish Christians
f. Attridge, Harold, The Epistle to the Hebrews
Assignment 3: Make at least 2 substantive responses to the posts on your public team blog and at least 2 substantive responses somewhere to the posts on the blogs of the other teams.
Assignment 4: Now go to your team's private "Application" blog and post a 300 word reflection on how the situation of Hebrews might inform our theology and/or practice today. You would end by suggesting a sermon or formation study you might use on the basis of the passage we were studying in Hebrews.
Assignment 5: Make at least 2 substantive responses to the posts on your private team blog and at least 2 substantive responses somewhere to the posts on the blogs of the other teams.
From time to time there will be miscellaneous assignments due as well, which will normally be uploaded to a private area of Google Docs for the team to read.