Thanks @severine.cazaux @el.fostek @gpereyrairujo @thomasmboa @byront @goldjian for the interest
I am sorry I didnt reply on this before. I have good news, the proposition was accepted by the organizers so we can go ahead and build something together.
This is what I sent out. From here we could think of a way to make it dynamic and useful for the attendees:
Title of the session: Workshopology.
Description: In Open Science School Paris, we have designed different kinds of courses, workshops or events for schools, universities and companies based in open hardware, open innovation and Interdisciplinarity. Our particularly is that workshops have been co-designed by scientists, artists and designers in a very particular manner. I would like to share with gosh the different needs of the stakeholders and how to design the activities. I want to make a skillshare session aimed at portraying our different strategies but also giving the opportunities to people to share their own experience and designs.
Skills to share: “1) How to deal with interdisciplinarity within a team. 2) When designing a workshop, how to address and identify the priorities for university, companies or schools. 3) Realistic workshop budget, HR management and objectives.”
I am thinking to make cards with our personal examples, explain them, and for the last part then make a sort of a workshop-making game where we give some constraints and the participants need to design a rough structure of workshop, objectives, materials…? What do you think?
I think perhaps we could organize a skype if some of you are interested in something like this or have some more ideas