- Handling inquiries seeking "situated" information (relevant to context)
- Starting simple - gathering stuff onto a wiki page. Our own resources and from partners.
- What questions do our communities have?
- What kind of resources do we have or recommend?
- How do we encourage the use of this knowledge resource? (i.e. formality and process)
- Inclusive Design, Co-Design, and Co-Creation Resources
- Inclusive Design Guidelines - Research
- What do we know already and how did we describe them for previous audiences?
- "a wonderful collaborative mess of stuff"
- Maybe turn this into a gist so that people can comment and edit?
- Coordinate with OCAD librarians who publish our scholarly work
- Shared links and articles via IRC chats
- Share recorded community meetings via YouTube (and caption first)
- Summaries of books that we find useful
- Cherry pick from this stockpile and pull it into another organization for other projects (someone in the project can do the annotation and curation)
- What things do you draw from this pool for?
- Links and descriptions or keywords to be able to find it later
- What sort of workflow each person has to use this for?
- What project it was for, if it was our own, where we sourced it from if it wasn't ours, tagging/metadata to describe resources in general in order to retrieve them
- if it applies to specific sectors (which would require specific resources)
- Make an open Zotero group for anyone to join (https://www.zotero.org/groups/2086760/inclusive_design?)
- Zotero, are.na, or Mendeley
- Use it day-to-day, reflect on how to use it, how often to use it
Racial bias test from Harvard:
Michael Graves on design and accessibility:
Resources shared on IRC, email, social media