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Activating Spaces for Student Innovation

Webinar May 2015
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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

on 7 June 2015

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Transcript of Activating Spaces for Student Innovation

1. Inspiration
2. Design Principles
3. Experiments you can try right away
A question for you...
Special Guests from UWM:
Alex, Amin, Carlton
Special Guests from
GA Tech:
Megna, Rachel, Alex
Before we dive into design principles,
some questions for you...
questioning
observing
experimenting
idea networking
questioning
observing
experimenting
idea networking
Bold Ideas,
Small Experiments
You don't have a space to activate
Reach out to facilities managers and planners
Embed questions about use and effects of space into course evaluations and share the results with other instructors and facilities planners
Space Makeover: Before and After
Alexandra Seda, Ohio Northern University
Find one!
Go guerrilla style with pop-up spaces
Be your own guinea pig
You have identified a space to activate
Q3, Q4, Q5
Q2
Leticia Britos Cavagnaro
leticia@dschool.stanford.edu
Make the doing visible
Make spaces to play visible and accessible
invite an instructor or student group to use the space
Q1
Q6
Thanks! (and Q7)
bit.ly/uif-spaces2015
1. find a place
where people naturally gather
.
2. consider the
experience
you want to guide people through.
3. engage people in
storytelling
that allows them to relate and build on the ideas of one another.
4.
reward participation
in small gestures of thanks.

source: popupdesignstudios.com (Citrix)
NC State Packapalooza (welcome week)
April 2015
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