I think one of the things that was exciting about this chunk of the project - is the way to offer a similar / parallel experience / dialogue in different contexts and then to compare and contrast
Different locations - similar questions? Based on needs of partners
Do one thing in three different places - feed back to the groups
Inquiry group - somewhat informal conversation inside a community of practice
(did before with NGOs looking for digi tools to engage members)
Balances peer2peer support and lived experiences of people involved
About 1 hour long sessions, remote or in person
Starts with convenor talking about research in area
Those convened talk about own experiences in relation to that
Open up questions and dialogue across the partners
Follow up with co-design?
Variable participation rates
Only have about 40 minutes
Don’t want to put people on the spot
How to deal with issue of kids not wanting to talk openly about experiences?
The quick-response/brainstorming approach is not culturally doable
implementing a conversation/ dialogue on cyberbullying in secondlife might be very fcool
there is also the possibility of others outside of the community
who could be relatively anonymous
Catalina - there was a classroom tool where people can log in with avatars and be anonymous - what was the tool? Might have been in MDes class
Michelle - Small town - no anonymity - no identity related to where you’re from is important
Liam wondering how to proceed with collaborative work and timeline
Send out TIG draft plan first and get feedback?
Allocation of funds?
Catalina needs until mid-November to develop proposal
Visualizing all the resources will help with collaboration process too
Add the stickers into the sheet to indicate cross-interest - Catalina can start
Have we heard anything back from funder? Ask Jutta