It’s an exciting day today – registration for the next U.Lab is now open!
And not only that but if you are participating from Scotland, there is an extra special thing we’d like you to do – complete a short questionnaire that will get you access to some additional U.Lab Scotland activities.
To find this questionnaire, you will need to: Continue reading
Do you know of someone who you think would get a lot out of participating in U.Lab later this year? Perhaps they’ve heard about it but have some questions before deciding whether to participate this September? Continue reading
In the second of our “hub hosting” series, Carol Chamberlain tells us of her experience and reflections of hosting a cross-sector hub in Lanarkshire:
How we started it
u.lab has run twice now and the team have responded to the community’s ask for an introductory course. The result is u.lab 0x which has launched today!
(edX loves its numbered courses so whenever you see u.lab 0x think “u.lab the introduction”)
In this 90-minute, self-paced course you will be introduced to Theory U, a framework and method developed at MIT and practiced by individuals, organisations and larger communities around the world to learn from the emerging future.
u.lab 0x is actually just the entry point to a longer journey and emerging global network. In u.lab 0x, you will learn about people, projects, new collaborative learning environments, and social technologies that work to transform the economy and society from within. u.lab 0x will help you identify an issue or challenge to work on, and will introduce you to the resources available in the u.lab community to support you. Continue reading
If so, then this might be the post you’ve been waiting for ;) In it, there are details on:
- a hub host guide
- a map to pin your hub to
- an offer for a free one day session on the Art of Café Hosting on Wed 17 Aug by the Scottish Recovery Consortium.
just to let you know that we’ve got moving with the U lab national event for this year. You’ll remember that last year we did a few of these.
This year you’ve been doing your own. But we thought maybe you’d want to get together in a bigger group to share some of that!
So we’ve organised a date and a place for a national coming together.
Please book yourself a spot at the link above.
And if you can’t come please cancel that.
The outline in the link is just some rough ideas of what we’ve been feeling may want to come up that day. We’d love any other ideas you might have. Just pop us a comment or a quick message.
Otherwise….see you on the 1st Sep.
U Lab Scotland