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  • “Learning” - applied / direct / community directed

  • Disenfranchised youth - community organising and activism → learning

  • Examples of informal learning environments?

    • Skate parks in Toronto → social learning, informal skills → planning, policy, negotiation, collaboration

  • A way of doing things (facilitation), not just tools

  • gather/create what? what exists, what doesn’t? Recall the citizen collaboration scenarios

  • How to access youth not through an organisation?

  • Engage by designing things  

    • As an example

    • Tip of the iceberg

    • Invite others in

  • Take something specific (like TIG’s material) and make more generally useful

    • E.g. pdf’s

    • More inclusive ways of doing things?

    • A positive engagement - e.g. we’ve created resources to help describe docs etc

    • E.g. Web publishing tools for creating inclusive docs

  • Create resources in more general way

  • Potential “recipe” areas: publication tools & dissemination tools

    • Accessible publishing

    • E.g. word doc to ePub

  • A catalog of different recipes, to apply in different situations

    • As a starting point

    • To generate more ideas

  • We’re not fixing things for organisations/partners

  • Example - boat repair

    • Look up material

    • Use illustrations

    • How to plan a project

  • Example - pattern languages??

  • Pull together our resources

    • ILDH - overlap?

    • Link, relate, supersets, subsets

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