Workshop Structure

This is a one day workshop that will focus on collating perspectives, critiques, and frameworks of RI to develop a knowledge base for use by HCI researchers. Here, we describe a tentative outline of the workshop:

–  09:00-09:30 – Welcome, goals and agenda, guest speaker
–  09:30-10:30 – Round-table PechaKucha
–  10:30-11:00 – Coffee break
–  11:00-13:00 – Part 1 – Formulating the Challenges
–  13:00-14:00 – Outdoor lunch; weather permitting
–  14:00-15:30 – Part 2 – Developing Shared Visions
–  15:30-17:00 – Provocation and Principle Summarising
–  19:00-21:00 – Informal meal for networking

Short PechaKucha [wiki], style talks (i.e., talks composed of approximately 9 images described in 20 seconds each) will be given by all accepted attendees to succinctly share positions and ideas.

The Open Space meeting approach will be used during Part 1 and Part 2 of the workshop to encourage free dialog and bottom-up agenda setting. In the second half of the workshop, we will also encourage teams to coalesce around specific questions and produce short briefings in written or poster form.

As part of the workshop we are approaching guest speakers from UK Third Sector Organisations (e.g., NHS, MATTER) to participate in the workshop and provide valuable context and input from their experiences in the area of RI.

Beyond the workshop (and Glasgow)
Discussions of RI cross cuts topics, geographies, gender and we aim to open up participation in the discussion beyond just the workshop attendees. After the workshop the organisers will make the workshop papers, presentations and discussions available through online documentation, video streams, and a living document. The PechaKuchas presentations will be recorded and uploaded to the workshop website for dissemination along with any other outputs. Beyond the workshop the organisers aim to maintain a dialogue with the attendees through the SHCI Slack™ channel and develop collaborative projects with the use of Basecamp™ in order to produce a set of online resources for the HCI community together with a supporting ACM interactions article.