What is the ODL?The ODL is a Collaborative Space that captures the design-based research process followed in Learning Layers. It is the space where the project shares the main results from our systematic approach towards designing, developing and evaluating Learning Layers interventions and solutions for complex problems in Health and Construction practices.
Aim of the ODL:Make research open to professional scrutiny and critique by people outside the project. Facilitate the exchange of feedback (collaboration) between researchers (internal – learning layers) and external professionals (e.g. designers, students, companies…) and end-users (e.g. construction/health workers) in order to iterate and scale the design solutions from Learning Layers. The content on this Open Design Library itself, is licensed under the Create Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0. This is a Free Culture License! (see: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) The objective of the ODL is twofold: - Crowdsourcing: exchange of design outcomes, iterative design process - End-users feedback: collect feedback (e.g. comments, doubts, suggestions) from real potential end-users. We have created a extended post on the Learning Layers web site, explaining further the ODL, access it here.
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