Guest Lecture by Lauren Serota

Guest Lecture by Lauren Serota

Lecture outline

This week's guest lecture will be on deriving insights from research.

Guest Lecture by Lauren Serota

Lauren takes over for a bit here.

Today's Agenda

In the approximately 2.5 hours left (150 min):

  • What does 'pushing you' look like? (15 min)
  • Powerpuff Workshop & JYK/Get Prepared Presentations (45 min)
  • Choose-your-own-reading, Sharing Materials with the City & Ceri's talk (10 min)
  • Research/Insights Critique Time (80 min)
    • Working Title (Research)
    • Lost (Research)
    • Cheng (Research)
    • JYK (Research)
    • Get Prepared (Research)
    • Powerpuff (Research)
    • a (Research & Insights)
    • JAM (Insights)

Questions from Stanley

Andrew leave the room

Just a quick follow-up from our last feedback session:

  1. What does 'pushing you' mean?
  2. What does 'pushing you' look like?

We have eight minutes...

Questions from Stanley

Andrew leave the room

Just a quick follow-up from our last feedback session:

  1. What does 'pushing you' mean?
  2. What does 'pushing you' look like?

We have eight minutes...

Workshops and Presentation Time

Our order for today:

  1. Powerpuff Insights Workshop (20 minutes)
  2. JYK Insights Presentation (5 minutes)
  3. Get Prepared Insights Presentation (5 minutes)
:
Choose-your-own-reading #1

Questions for the City?

Please post questions on the board while we critique. I will send them off early tomorrow for review.

Share Materials with the City?

Please post your team name as a 'yes' or 'no' for each category of deliverable. I will share only what you specify. You will still be full owners of your own work as the City cannot claim any ownership over your ideas, concepts, etc.

Next Week: Ceri on Workshops

While We Critique

Now is a good opportunity to collect feedback from your peers. Visit with at least two other groups and trade materials. In particular consider:

  • Start off by just reading the introduction and conclusion; do you have a clear sense of what happened? Why so, or why not?
  • Do they use materials from their process — i.e. images, quotes, etc — to support their conclusions effectively? Why so, or why not?
  • Is there a clear connection between different sections of the document and process, or does it feel disconnected? Why so, or why not?
  • Are you convinced by the arguments or rationale for statements/conclusions being made? Why so, or why not?
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