Design Challenge #3: Learning Design Activity (Solution)

Design Challenge #3: Learning Design Activity (Solution)
For this design thinking challenge, I decided to turn to an existing model and do a diagnostic design. from the  PR Publications course taught by Adam Croom at the University of Oklahoma. Specifically, I’ve created a LEM for Lesson 2.1. The lesson is designed to move students, via personalized research and experience, through the empathetic research and ...

Design Challenge #2: A Run with Friend(s)

Design Challenge #2: A Run with Friend(s)
Description I’m a runner from way back. These days, I usually run solo, but that’s mostly for flexibility and time management. I still enjoy running with a group or another person on occasion. It’s a great way to share an experience and to have good conversation (unless you’re actually racing). Over the years, in fact, ...

Design Challenge #1: Office Hours

Design Challenge #1: Office Hours
Description Okay, to be clear, when I say “office hours,” I’m using the term to describe any space for regularly scheduled interaction between an instructor or course facilitator and a student. This could be a traditional office, a coffee shop, a sidewalk bench etc. The question is, “What makes for an ideal meeting space for ...