The most relevant and dynamic ideas can grow from collaborating with impacted communities. Co-creation is one of the most effective ways for libraries to turn diversity, equity, and inclusion ideals into real-world services. In this session, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of co-design and explore how to apply them in your library for wildly creative and deeply impactful programs and services. As a result of this webinar, you’ll be able to:
- Define co-design and its role in creating library services
- Identify multiple ways of sharing power with community
- Apply basic principles and techniques from human-centered design to facilitate co-creation
- Draw on real-world examples for inspiration
- Dr. Audrey Barbakoff, CEO of Co/Lab Capacity, and co-author, The Twelve Steps to a Community-Led Library
- Angel Jewel Tucker, Program Manager, Johnson County Library (KS)
- Beck Tench, Senior Designer and Researcher, Center for Digital Thriving, Harvard Graduate School of Education (MA)
This webinar is presented by WebJunction.
If you're unable to attend the live event, a recording will be distributed after the event.