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Participatory Media and Collaborative Facilitation: Developing Tools for Aligning Values to Practice in Organizations

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Short presentation for Boston Planner's Network Graduate Research Salon (Harvard GSD 4/16/10) on my MIT DUSP '09 thesis and connections to new community engagement and tool development for youth …

Short presentation for Boston Planner's Network Graduate Research Salon (Harvard GSD 4/16/10) on my MIT DUSP '09 thesis and connections to new community engagement and tool development for youth participation at the C4FCM's Dept. of Play.

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  • 1. Participatory Media and Collaborative Facilitation: Developing Tools for Aligning Values to Practice in Organizations Danielle Martin Master in City Planning, MIT ‘10 MIT Community Innovator’s Lab & Center for Future Civic Media 04.16.2010
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  • 8. Department of Play http://departmentofplay.org The Department of Play (DoP) is a working group of researchers, developers, and community practitioners at the MIT Center for Future Civic Media (C4FCM) bonded by a common value: the design of new technologies and methodologies to support youth as active participants in their local urban neighborhoods. •  Network researchers with community youth development and organizing practitioners in meet-ups and wiki •  Develop neighborhood explorers’ toolkit •  Support local projects that share common resources in Peru, Gaza, Brazil, and Boston
  • 9. Neighborhood Explorers’ Toolkit We aim to develop easy-to-use, open-source digital toolkits with corresponding curricula and pedagogical guidance to help young people: •  Capture neighborhood knowledge by taking photographs, measuring distances, recording interviews and constructing local maps •  Represent & Share local information as “spatial narratives” integrating digital media and mapping in an online platform •  Organize civic engagement initiatives through an advocacy forum for children and adolescents to reflect and act critically in their local communities.
  • 10. http://verdesmoke.com