Difference between revisions of "Tech Tactics for Social Change Oxford 2017 - Programme"

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Sunday's programme was much more free-format and took shape over Saturday and Sunday itself.
 
Sunday's programme was much more free-format and took shape over Saturday and Sunday itself.
 
10am - Welcome 11:00 - Mike - HacktionLab + BarnCamp + Lean 11.45 Nor - CowleyRoad.org 12:20 - Alesander - Learning Life Skills in the 21st Century 12:40 - Break 30m12h Bob - Better Tech for Better Future One hour and a quarter past the Meridian - LUNCH Un quart de tres (2.15) Ed - Timeline of Direct Action in Oxford 14:50.000 UTC Kim - East Oxford Global Village 1510 - David - Distributed Online Conversations 15 and 20 - Close + Clean-U
 
  
 
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|Better Tech 4 Better Future
 
|Better Tech 4 Better Future
 
Bob Bollen
 
Bob Bollen
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|Lunch
 
|Lunch
 
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|BarnCamp/HacktionLab: A Burn-Out Retrospective
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|Timeline of Direct Action in Oxford
Mike Harris (HacktionLab)
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Ed Pope (Ed Pope History)
 
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|15.15
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|14.50
|Break
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|East Oxford Global Village
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Kim (Oxford Hackspace)
 
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|Open space session(s)
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|Distributed Online Conversations
|Open space session(s)
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David
 
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==Sunday actually ended up looking like this==
 
10am - Welcome
 
11:00 - Mike - HacktionLab + BarnCamp + Lean
 
11.45 Nor - CowleyRoad.org
 
12:20 -  Alesander - Learning Life Skills in the 21st Century
 
12:40 - Break
 
30m12h Bob - Better Tech for Better Future
 
One hour and a quarter past the Meridian - LUNCH
 
Un quart de tres (2.15) Ed - Timeline of Direct Action in Oxford
 
14:50.000 UTC Kim - East Oxford Global Village
 
1510 - David - Distributed Online Conversations
 
15 and 20 - Close + Clean-U
 

Latest revision as of 07:45, 8 November 2017

Draft programme development here:

The current plan is for HacktionLab to run from 10am to 11pm on Saturday, and 10am to 4.15pm on Sunday. The main sessions end at 6pm on Saturday with social and some entertainment in the evening.

Download PDF of TTFSC Oxford 2017 Programme

Saturday 21st October

Saturday's programme is a single track of programmed sessions.

Time
10.00 Arrive + Coffee
10:20 Lean Welcome to Avoid Early Burn-Out

Mike Harris (HacktionLab)

10.30 Entering a World of Technology

Sushila Dhall (Refugee Resource)

11.15 Break
11.30 How we became (almost) the world's largest media co-operative

Charlie Harvey (New Internationalist)

12.15 Break
12.30 Who Owns Oxford?

Charlie Fisher (Transition By Design)

13.15 Lunch
14:45 HomelessHack Oxford: Why it didn't happen

Neil Lawrence (HomelessHack)

15.30 Break
15.45 Non Violent Protest and it usefulness. Technology and Affinity Groups

Sarah Lasenby (Trident Ploughshares)

16.15 Break
16.30 Humanitarian Open StreetMaps

Clara (HacktionLab)

17.15 Break
17.30 Hacking Gender

Valentina Messeri (HacktionLab)

18.00 Finish
18.00-23.00 Evening Social

Hang out, go out, or go home

23.00 End

Sunday 22nd October

Sunday's programme was much more free-format and took shape over Saturday and Sunday itself.

Time Sunday 22nd October
10.00 Arrive + Coffee
11:00 BarnCamp/HacktionLab: A Lean Burn-Out Retrospective

Mike Harris (HacktionLab)

11.15 Break
11.45 Avoiding Burn-Out in a Community Wiki Project

Nor (CowleyRoad.Org)

12.20 Learning Life Skills in the 21st Century

Alesander

12.40 Break
12.50 Better Tech 4 Better Future

Bob Bollen

13.15 Lunch
14.15 Timeline of Direct Action in Oxford

Ed Pope (Ed Pope History)

14.50 East Oxford Global Village

Kim (Oxford Hackspace)

15.10 Distributed Online Conversations

David

16.00 End