EWB Challenge students are invited to attend Stakeholder Insights Q&A for the opportunity to engage with EWB Australia professionals and learn from their expertise on the Cape York context
To support students to develop appropriate ideas for the 2021 EWB Challenge with the Centre for Appropriate Technology, EWB Australia is hosting a Q&A-style event that will allow you to engage with real-world stakeholders who have experience in the Cape York context to sense-check your thinking.
Have a tricky question, but can’t find the answer? Not sure if your design idea will be appropriate?
You will be able to join EWB Challenge Design Area discussions where you can engage with an EWB staff member about your design idea, and ask and listen to questions about the Cape York context. And, you will meet other students participating in the EWB Challenge from up to 16 universities across Australia and New Zealand!
You don’t have to prepare for the event – however we’d encourage you to think of some questions you would like to ask EWB Australia staff about your design idea or the context you are designing for.
Will the event be recorded?
Maybe – so better come along on the day or have someone from your group attend so you don’t miss out!
If I can’t attend, or once the event has passed, I might have more questions – who can I ask?
You can head over to the discussion forum where EWB Australia staff monitor and answer questions every week throughout semester.
I’m a course coordinator or tutor – can I attend the event?
Absolutely! We’d love to have you join in and ask a few questions to stimulate discussion, however we ask that you leave majority of the time for students to have the opportunity to interact with EWB Australia staff.
I have feedback about the event I’d like to share, who can I send it to?
We love to hear feedback to improve these types of events for future students and academics – please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
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