Civic Media Codesign Studio: Spring 2018
The Civic Media Codesign Studio is a service-learning, project-based studio course in collaborative design of civic media. Students partner with community-based organizations to create civic media projects grounded in real-world community needs. The course covers codesign theory and practice, including methods for community participation in iterative stages of project ideation, design, prototyping, testing, launch, and stewardship.

In the Spring of 2018, we are organizing the course as an advanced practicum, with a strong preference for students who have an existing collaborative relationship with a community-based organization. Projects may be team-based.

This form helps us select students for the course, and better prepare to support the projects. Responses will only be seen by Sasha Costanza-Chock (Associate Professor of Civic Media) and Emilie Reiser (Special Projects Lead, MIT Center for Civic Media)

More info:

“Design Justice,” typography/cover art for Design Justice Zine #3, by Taylor Stewart
What is your name? *
Doesn't have to be your real name. Something we can call you :)
Your answer
What pronouns do you use?
Your answer
What is your email address? *
An email address so we can reach you.
Your answer
You are (check all that apply)
If you have a portfolio or personal site, please add the link here.
Not required, nice if you have one.
Your answer
Please briefly describe (in 1-3 sentences) the project you would like to work on, and share a link to the community-based organization that you plan to partner with (or that you work at) for the course. *
Your answer
Describe, in a sentence or two, your design experience. *
It's ok to say you don't have any!
Your answer
Describe, in a sentence or two, your community organizing experience. *
Also ok if you haven't done this.
Your answer
Describe, in a sentence or two, your media-making and/or tech experience *
n00bs and geeks, everyone's welcome!
Your answer
Is there anything else you would like to tell us?
Your answer
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms