On February 18, we will start with the next nano challenge about the question: how do we design the city together when there are no more cars on the street in the center of Enschede ?
During four half-days (spread over four weeks), participating students work together (virtually) on this issue, using the Responsible Design Thinking method that we have now gained two experience with. We do this bilingually, to make the program accessible to foreign students.
What the program for the nano-challenge looked like last time can be read and seen here (spoiler alert: Goose board!). Because we are going completely online this time, we can offer the program in a more concise form.
Nano-challenge III takes place online on Thursdays, February 18 (1:00 PM - 4:30 PM), March 4 (9:00 AM - 12:30 PM), March 11 (1:00 PM - 4:30 PM) and March 18 (9:00 AM - 12:30 PM). We expect you to participate in each of those half-days and to do (some) elaboration and preparation in between.
Several students from the UT have already registered, now about twenty. Are you studying at Saxion, AKI or ROC? Then register directly via this site or via your teacher.