At every Barnraising session, there are a few notetakers with the goal of documenting and sharing...
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For future consideration: It might be useful to set aside time during the day for documentation -- just as a set session, or as multiple sessions across days. I agree that research notes are a great way to do this.
Note to self: This hypothetical session should probably involve cookies.
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Did anyone get a photo of the schedule board? I'd love to go through and post the questions on there as questions on the site -- that way we can have a set of places to collect the notes, photos, etc for each session over the next few weeks.
I've been posting a lot on collaborative mini-newspapers for events over at https://publiclab.org/the-barnraiser -- I think it's a pretty good tool for "debriefs" although it doesn't always work for an in-depth writeup of each session.