• Thursday, 9 April 2020
    1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

If you are interested in innovative responses to COVID-19 and more specifically in project work and makerspace ideas then this webinar is for you. Learn from two colleagues – Jon O’Neil from FEIT ProtoSpace and Sebastian Behrens from Shopfront – about their experiences and struggles with student-led projects and community-based projects respectively in COVID-19 times.

Sebastian Behrens, the community engagement coordinator at Shopfront, will share the challenges he has faced moving coursework projects online and some opportunities he came across through requests for support from community organisations.

Jon O’Neil, the manager of UTS ProtoSpace, will talk about his initiative setting up a student-academic shared MS TEAMS space to generate project ideas to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

The purpose of this dialogical webinar is to share ideas and responses to COVID-19 through practical project work  and grow your peer network.

Who should attend this session?

All welcome particularly if you teach community -based or makerspace projects

You’ll learn about what has been done and what further can be done to:

  • unleash student creativity and agency
  • enhance work/community-based learning and professional practice
  • strengthen our role as a university for the public good.

What will you need to bring along?

Just your beautiful mind

For more information on this please check out our ‘Internships and COVID-19’ on the Futures blog:

Internships and Covid-19

The Zoom link can be found in your registration confirmation email. 

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Your video, audio and the meeting chat transcript may be recorded at this event. Please advise the facilitator if you do not wish to be recorded.

Bookings are closed for this event.