Here’s a collection of pictures of the two BeLearning workshops that took place in London last month. One of the basic thoughts for those workshops was the creation of a learning environment where there could be an exchange of knowledge among the participants.
The workshops consisted of 4-hours sessions about the treatment of local issues relating to the built environment of Camden and the Olimpic Village, plus 2 hours of online discussions. As part of the BeLearning methodology and its layer system, the participants were given an introduction to the digital tools they would use afterwards (digital layer) so they got to know each other and had the opportunity to find out what they could learn from each other (interaction layer). The impact layer consisted in learning about the built environment in their local area while indentifying which expertise is important for what, as well as on a more abstract level how the built environment takes shape and by whom.