"the world is made up of stories, not of atoms ― Muriel Rukeyser"
I am a freelance writer, social activist and founder of The O Project- an educational and empowerment project concerning sexual health. I graduated from the University of Glasgow/ Korea University (1st class degree,Politics, 2014) and came to Indonesia on a full scholarship to learn more about the culture, textiles ,language and the people of Java. I am passionate about helping women help themselves in a sustainable manner, within their own cultural context. I am a also a practicing batik and bookbinding artist.
Human centered design makes intuitive sense to me, I'm excited to be here!
I really like this idea- it's not disrupting the market by forcing companies to pay for stuff they don't need or invest in potential that is difficult to risk assess..I was wondering if you had thought about how this might apply to humanities subjects, such as history?
There is really big potential for this - look at the explosion of online schools for coding for example. What about the potential for university networks to share library facilities and encourage meetups? Online learning is missing the face to face communication which to me seems so important - there is potential to tap into existing learner networks however...