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We also conduct regular, open meetings where anyone is welcome and encouraged to join. Below is a list of some of those meetings:

 

Fluid Daily Standup Meeting 

 

When? 11:30 am ET (Note: our project works in a number of time zones – use this as a guide for planning)

Where? Vidyo stand-up room

The Fluid working team meets daily in the Fluid Work Connect Room to discuss current activities. For help using the Connect Room, see Web conferencing.

Our daily meeting keeps the team focused and up to date and provides us an opportunity to identify obstacles. Each of the attendees gives a quick update (a couple of sentences) on Fluid related work they have done since the last meeting, and a quick description of Fluid related tasks they will continue working on. Any issues that have arisen are mentioned to the whole team and we either solve the issue very quickly or people self identify as being able to solve it offline and if required a longer meeting is scheduled. The idea behind 'standing-up' at the meeting is to keep it very short - generally 15 minutes. In the IDRC Fluid room, we also stand up so we can easily move in front of the single camera. Curious? Join us!

If you'd like more background, linked is an interesting article on stand-up meetings.

Community workshops

On Wednesday at 2:30 PM ET, the inclusive design community gathers together to learn and discuss various topics. The community workshops provide the inclusive design community an opportunity for engaging with a broader community to spur our creative processes with topics that may align with our projects, be lateral with, or challenge our ideas by providing alternative perspectives. It also provides the opportunity to make connections with the work of those in the broader community.

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Community design critiques

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Check out the Collaborate page for more ways to get involved!

Visit the Fluid Team Google Calendar to find upcoming meetings.

How to participate
Remotely:

Ping us in the IRC Channel or contact us at idi@ocadu.ca to get setup with remote collaboration tools.

In person:

Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University
205 Richmond St. W., 2nd floor

 

 

 

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