Collect provides additional background information through in-depth topic-specific presentations.
In order to seek more background information on their topic, participants have the opportunity to ask questions of the Consultants during the Collect sessions. Consultants were here as content experts in each of the five categories:
Wendy Ake (Eating)
Global food justice and the complexity of the global food system.
Natacha Poggio (Learning)
Students working to solve real-world issues.
Jonathan Mills and Alison Thibault (Learning)
A possible future for secondary education in developing countries.
Bernard Canniffe (Learning)
Creating engaging assignments for design students.
Joseph Fiksel (Conserving)
Sustainable Design in the Electronics Industry
Susan Melsop (Living)
Encouraging Ecological Living through Community-based Engagement
Dan Collins (Moving)
Liz Sanders, PhD – Keynote Speaker
This is the time where a transition happens in the symposium. Until now, participants have been gathering information about each topic’s historic and present day context. Liz Sanders introduces ideas of using individual expertise and knowledge to look forward while working together in new spaces with design research methodologies.