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SALL Masterclasses

Four short webinars to build a common culture of Living Lab methodologies through real life examples.
January 18, 2021
  – January 20, 2021
co-creation, innovation, living-lab, open schooling, participatory, service design

#1 Monday 18th January

12:00 – 12:45 CET

Dr Lorraine Hudson – Director of Bristol Living Lab, Knowle West Media Centre (UK)

Lorraine works for Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC), an arts charity in Bristol (UK), which is a member of the European Network of Living Labs. Bristol Living Lab brings together citizens, artists, technologists, business, academics and public sector organisations to co-create ideas, tools and technologies that address local challenges.

#2 Tuesday 19th January

12:00 – 12:45 CET

Elin Geerlings – Student

“Hi, my name is Elin and I’m 13 years old. I’m in 9th grade at CalandLyceum in Amsterdam. This is a school where they also teach me how I can do projects with other organizations. What I like about school is having fun with my friends. I really like to surf and skate. When I grow up I want to be a sports physiotherapist. In the Netherlands we now have a lockdown. I don’t like that because I can’t meet my friends as much as I want to. A positive thing about having school online is that I can skate and surf more often because not all of our lessons can be given online”.

Within the SALL project, multiple societal actors, including teens and adults, will engage in locally relevant food system issues. What is it like, as a thirteen-year-old, to work with adult stakeholders in a project?

#3 Tuesday 19th January

18:00 – 18:45 CET

Emeline Brulé – Service designer, University of Sussex (UK)

Emeline Brulé is a designer and lecturer in the School of Engineering and
Informatics at the University of Sussex, and is part of the Creative Technology Research Group. They received their Ph.D. from Télécom Paris in 2018. Their Ph.D. thesis focused on schooling experiences of visually impaired children in France, and how inclusion could be improved by the design of a more multisensory curriculum. This was part of the Accessimap research project, which led to the design of an audio-tactile display for images and schema. Their current research focuses on technology policy, accessibility and design education.

#4 Wednesday 20th January

12:00 – 12:45 CET

François Millet – Living Lab Manager, Le Dôme, (France)

After fifteen years of piloting scientific cultural projects steeped in digital, pop culture and ornithology, François took part in the adventure of designing and piloting Le Dôme, a cultural space dedicated to research and participatory innovation. His work is to deploy a cultural program where researchers, communities, businesses and creative communities come together with the population to prototype new objects, uses and services in a spirit of responsible research and innovation.

Webinars will be recorded.

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