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Participatory collaborative research practice

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Two-hour seminar for graduate students (Creative Technologies) on Collaborative and Participatory methods

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Participatory collaborative research practice

  1. 1. Dr. Ricardo Sosa May 2016
  2. 2. I choose the term "conviviality" to designate the opposite of industrial productivity. I intend it to mean autonomous and creative intercourse among persons, and the intercourse of persons with their environment; and this in contrast with the conditioned response of persons to the demands made upon them by others, and by a man-made environment. I consider conviviality to be individual freedom realized in personal interdependence and, as such, an intrinsic ethical value. Austrian philosopher, Roman Catholic priest, and "maverick social critic" of the institutions of contemporary Western culture (Wikipedia)
  3. 3. Doing vs. Being participatory & collaborative Discourse, authenticity, risks, politics, time, trade-offs, trust, dispositions Universal & diverse creativity Oppression, ‘sedentarism’, facilitation, information, practice, synergies
  4. 4. Assumptions and biases Building (human) relationships Singularity
  5. 5. Sharing: control, responsibility, roles, goals, framings, means Communicate: agendas, constraints, core beliefs, perceptions, self-limitations Empathic understanding, humility
  6. 6. Collaboration Participation
  7. 7. List 10 good reasons to collaborate with others in your MCTthesis (students, external partners, etc.)
  8. 8. List 10 good reasons to NOTcollaborate with others in your MCTthesis
  9. 9. Liz Sanders at DRC 2013 IIT Institute of Design
  10. 10. Ask Standard, expected answers Observe Routine practices Make Reveal the ‘unknown’, reflect, learn
  11. 11. Step down from the ‘expert’ role Open process to stakeholders (design with/by) Mapping, models, prototypes, scenarios, games Critical interpretation, coding, triangulation Complement research approaches/methods
  12. 12. Do’s  Prototype, iterate  Discover unknowns  Challenge & inspire everyone  Build relationships, trust  Use external representations*  Infer, interpret, inspect futures  Sensitise, facilitate, articulate Don’ts  Outsource solutions  Exclude key stakeholders  ‘Parachuting situations’  Reinforce hierarchies  Apply recipes  Ignore tacit, latent ideas  Jump to conclusions