Knowledge Transfer Tools

  • May 28, 2018

    Posted by: Jenna Diubaldo

    The project is going through a process right now to document all our prototypes and the work that we’ve done over the past four years. This is a challenging and time consuming process, but one that is of the utmost importance for any social innovation lab for a number of reasons.

     

    Firstly, and most importantly, our project has a responsibility to report back to the community that was integral in the gathering of knowledge, and development and implementation of our prototypes. We want to make sure that residents of the North End know what we did and why, and how it turned out, and that it’s accessible in a clear and concise format.

     

    We have also made a commitment to work towards systems change to benefit families and children in the North End in a big way - this is really the overall goal of the project. By creating tools for communicating the potential impact of our prototypes, we’re able to better share this information with the systems that have the power to create this change through the scaling of these ideas.

     

    And lastly, we want to make sure that the project leaves this information behind in an effective way, so that if the project ceases to exist some day our prototypes and the work we’ve done will continue to influence systems. Also, if another project were to continue work in any of the areas we tackled, then they would be able to learn from what we did.

     

    We hope to have documents to share with you shortly, so keep an eye out for them in the coming months. We’re very excited to share this with you and show you what we’ve been working on!

 


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