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  1. Partner organizations that agree to participate in a co-design process will be responsible for recruiting participants from their members and communities.
  2. They will be encouraged to use means that are most comfortable or preferable by their members to invite them to the co-design sessions, such as phone calls, emails, discussions during regular meetings, etc.
  3. Recruitment communication should include the following:
    1. Participation in the co-design session is voluntary and refusal or acceptance to participate will not impact your relationship with your cooperative
    2. You will be compensated for your participation at a rate comparable to your normal hourly wage
    3. This co-design session is undertaken in partnership with the Inclusive Design Research Centre (IDRC) http://www.idrc.ocadu.ca
    4. If you have any questions or complaints about the process at any time they should be directed to
    5. This co-design process has been approved by the OCAD University Research Ethics Board REB file #
  4. Example Recruitment Letter:section
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Dear [Name]:

We are looking for co-op members who would be interested in participating in a collaborative work session to help design the tools that will be a part of the Platform Co-op Development Toolkit. This project aims to create digital tools that will support the success of prospective and current co-ops by advancing their participation in the digital cooperative economy. Through an iterative co-design process, we want to help gather, refine and build adaptable tools that will allow co-op members to establish and maintain a successful platform co-op.

The co-design session will likely be a one-day meeting (4-7 hours) during which time you would participate in collaborative activities with other co-op members. Please note the following:

  1. Participation in the co-design session is voluntary and refusal or acceptance to participate will not impact your relationship with your cooperative
  2. You will be compensated for your participation at a rate comparable to your normal hourly wage
  • This co-design session is undertaken in partnership with the Inclusive Design Research Centre (IDRC) http://www.idrc.ocadu.ca
  1. If you have any complaints about the process at any time they should be directed to
  2. This co-design process has been approved by the OCAD University Research Ethics Board REB file# 101445

If you are interested in participating please provide your contact details and we will register you for the session. If you require more information contact [email contact info].

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

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