The Augmented Collaboration Toolkit
Led by H2O-People
Applying augmented collaboration tools in the water sector and in water education is a key step towards equipping early career professionals and future water-sector professionals with new skills in digitalization and readiness to adapt to emerging challenges. The Covid-19 pandemic revealed the need to accelerate this digital readiness.
The augmented collaboration toolkit is being developed to support trainers and teachers within higher education and LLL programs, as a support for serious games to create a shared narrative, and for the skills to work in digital environments. It has been jointly designed through the academia and Lifelong Learning programs.
The toolkit is created using:
- Digital tools: Miro, GroupMap and How space.
- Collaborative skill development tools: InterVision (peer-coaching) methodology, Deep Democracy (Lewis) and Culture Mapping Tool (Erin Meyer)
The target audience:
A range of stakeholders is in focus including educators, students, practitioners, experts, specialists, decision-makers, and researchers.
An augmented collaboration toolkit which connects virtual collaboration tools and tools for skill development, which will support the learning experience of serious games within the water sector.