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Pictures of the workshops in London

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 […]

CiutatBeta, a bottom up project

CiutatBeta is a bottom up Living Lab innovation project. One of the first learning experiences done under the BeLearning methodology. It is an interdisciplinary platform focusing on the DNA of the city from the perspective of people. Users co-create prototypes in local urban environments to address specific imbalances and offer creative solutions to everyday citizens. […]

BeLearning learning process at CESEP

The context Title of the activity: New missions for Digital Public Spaces Wallonia. The Digital Public Spaces Wallonia (DPS) were created in 2005 to reduce the digital divide. At that time 58% of citizens in the age group of 15-75 years old were connected. In 2011, the rate was 77%. Today, nearly 90% of the […]

BeLearning learning process at Gréta du Velay

What’s it about? The BeLearning activity at Gréta du Velay aims at accompanying a group of VET learners, teachers and trainers in the creation of a fab lab to be a tool to implement innovative educational activities. Main objectives This training process started by sensitizing vocational trainers, teachers and learners to the fab lab concept […]

BeLearning learning process at CityMine(d)

The context Planning and designing public space has increasingly become a technical matter, in which safety, security, prevention and sustainability have to find a place along urban infrastructure of traffic, energy and water, preferably in an international appealing aesthetic. Accommodating the subjective experience of local residents/users in this context is difficult, to say the least. […]