Friday, November 21st
Humanities Center, 602 Cathedral of Learning
Morning Session (open to the public)
9:00-9:15: Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop
Alison Langmead and Christopher Warren
9:15-9:45: Presentation of the Case Study from the University of Pittsburgh
Alison Langmead and Drew Armstrong; 15-20 minutes, plus time for conversation
9:45-10:15: Presentation of the Case Study from Stanford
Dan Edelstein; 15-20 minutes, plus time for conversation
10:15-10:45: Presentation of the Case Study from CMU and Georgetown
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon Team; 15-20 minutes, plus time for conversation
10:45-11:15: Presentation of the Case Study from Harvard and Yale
Mark Custer and Susan Pyzynski; 15-20 minutes, plus time for conversation
11:15-Noon: Morning Wrap-Up
Discussion of the themes presented overall by the four case studies, and the creation of affinity groups that will address these themes in the afternoon working sessions.
Afternoon Session (open to pre-registrants)
Noon-2pm: Lunch (provided for all pre-registrants)
2:00-2:45: Affinity Groups Discussion
These groups will assemble to work on the issues raised by the morning’s case studies. They will be tasked with producing deliverables appropriate to their theme, such as user/researcher stories, persona creation, scenario investigations, data structure templates, or other similar expressions of the ideas being discussed.
2:45-3:15: Affinity Groups Results Presentation
3:15-4:00: Cross-Affinity Group Discussion
The original groups will be reconfigured in order to facilitate a cross-thematic conversation about the topics being revealed.
4:00-4:30: Cross-Affinity Group Lightning Talks
4:30-5:00: Planning Session for Saturday’s Work
What preliminary conclusions have arisen? Given what has been revealed, what shape should the final deliverable from this workshop take?
Saturday, November 22nd
Department of the History of Art and Architecture, 104 Frick Fine Arts
Morning Session (open to all who participated in Friday afternoon’s sessions)
9:00-11:00am: Working Groups attack the problems presented by Friday’s work.
11:00-noon: Debriefing and planning for the preparation of final deliverable.