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Hosted by Lilian Ricaud and Mélanie Lacayrouze.
From every point of view, the current digital model is catastrophic. Yet, even when we are aware that we need to change the model, it is difficult to take action because it is a complex, wicked problem. To support individuals and collectives on their path toward ethical digital tools and practice, we developed a pedagogical tool in the form of paper cards linked to a digital resource using QR codes. We brought together a set of ready to-use workshops and set of questions. We've put them on cards that can be used for face-to-face workshops, while the online resource can be used to get further up-to-date information. All the contents were developed using free software and are available online under a CC-BY-SA licence.
Lilian Ricaud: As a consultant, trainer and independent researcher, I have been working for over 15 years on how to improve group cooperation using digital tools, facilitation practices, and a systemic approach. My research and interests include political stakes of technology, systems thinking, design, low tech tools, the commons, open cooperation and P2P models, collective intelligence, alternative currencies, patterns, permaculture... Free-software enthusiast, I publish all my research work and pedagogical tools under free licences.
Mélanie Lacayouze: As a trainer and graphic facilitator, I am driven by the desire to transmit and by cooperative pedagogies. I explore ways to design friendly and playful learning environments, through various formats, especially visual ones. Free-software advocate, I'm a long time free software promoter and publish all my pedagogical tools under free licences.