Team 15 day 3 Summary

Team 15 Day 3 Summary Ciara, Karan, Kyle, Max Throughout Day 3, the team prepared the poster presentation, and the team worked vigorously to produce a completed slideshow. Our work is known as Competitive Community Art, and the title of the actual project is StreetWorx. The team members all made contributions in differing ways. Max spent a sizeable portion of …

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Team 10 day 2 Summary

We spent this day focusing on the details of the project. After assigning work for the day, we worked independently, and convened at intervals to update each other on our progress and assign new work and brainstorm further. I worked on the business model for our company idea, and the others worked independently on the research and design. Partway through …

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Group 13 Saturday Blog

Today we focused mostly on refining our idea. We started by looking at our initial concept of the Human Library and broke it down into the how and why (basically what is the core purpose of this physical place). Our idea started to shift to a physical space where people could come see and hear stories in addition to where …

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Team 10 day 1 Summary

We attended most of the afternoon lectures, then exited to a separate room to have some quiet brainstorming. We decided to begin by defining the term civility. What did it mean to each of us? What terms could we use to describe it? We ended up with a few words we could use to describe it, then used them to …

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Team 16 Day One Summary

Nexus Maximus Day 1: Introduction The day started off with a welcome talk from Dean Mike Leonard to introduce the topic of civility from different perspectives which is where we met our group members after registration. First, we took part in various ice breakers with a team building workshop. This involve the discussion of our strengths and challenges That each …

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Friday Blog Post

Today we focused on what civility is and how to help promote the idea of civility. To do this we decided to look at in-civility and determine what causes this to solve the problem from the beginning. We discovered that in-civility was caused mostly by a lack of respect and knowledge of other’s ideas and opinions. To combat this problem …

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