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- Reserve a consultation or coaching room.
- Apply for team workspace to the Prototyping Lab.
- Email Christie (firstname.lastname@example.org) with inquiries about hosting events in the C-SED Lounge.
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A large open room with a variety of seating arrangements, whiteboard tables, several display monitors, and a computer station. A message board and flyer rack are available to post and find socially engaged design opportunities. The room is encased in windows that overlook the North Campus Grove.
The primary function of this room is to foster creativity and collaboration within and between designers and design teams. The room is open for gatherings, study space, and other socially engaged design activities 24-7. Contact Christie (email@example.com) if you’d like to host any special events in the room. Special event room use guide.
A two-room converted lab has become a lab for building and testing physical models of design concepts. The room features a variety of assembly spaces and storage areas. Materials like styrofoam, cardboard, and glue guns are available for rough mock-ups of physical prototypes. Tools and equipment include basic hand and power tools, woodworking tools, electrical tools, and a 3D printer. Two fume hoods, sinks, and compressed air are also available.
Space is limited. Individuals or teams may apply here to host their socially engaged design projects in the lab for free. Lab safety training is required. Wood tool and 3D printing training are required for individuals wanting to use those resources.
The primary function of this space is for design teams to create physical prototypes during all stages of their design processes by accessing a range of tools and materials to quickly realize ideas. We encourage teams to conduct early prototyping that aids in idea generation and needs definition, to develop and refine small products that require basic equipment, and to learn to use tools that may be useful elsewhere. Information will be available to point teams toward other nearby and online resources to further advance their projects.
A suite of 4 small meeting rooms (capacity 4-6 people). Each room has a monitor to display shared work. A lounge area and kitchenette are available outside the rooms. The room also has a “toychest” of tools to inspire idea generation, creativity, and early prototyping and a small “library” of books, articles, and other resources about socially engaged design.
The primary function of these rooms is to hold Consultations and Socially Engaged Design Academy Coaching Sessions. When not in use, rooms will be reservable for socially engaged design team meetings or drop-in use.
To request a reservation for a meeting room fill out this form and select “Meeting room”.
Drop-in users must enter their name and meeting purpose on the Room Wizards near the doors.
A conference room with seating at the table for approximately 10-12 and additional space for seating available around the perimeter. Whiteboards and conferencing technology available.
The primary function of this space is to serve meeting and event needs related to socially engaged design. Priority is given to C-SED-affiliated meetings and is available by reservation for other meetings and events with a socially engaged design element. When not in use for these purposes, it is available on a drop-in basis by other groups. Drop-in users must follow the instructions to reserve space on the Room Wizards near the door.
To request a reservation for a conference room fill out this form and select “Conference room”.