This site is an effort to bridge our physical efforts (events, labs, projects, prototypes) which are synchronous activities into a digital space that enables a diverse group of global collaborators to join a slate of ongoing projects and prototypes.
Current & Upcoming opportunities
2017 Learn Do Share Fellowship with the State Department working on eDiplomacy and open gov development by harnessing story, play and design thinking.
The Mesh Network in March/April of 2017 join a group of 40 participants as they step into a special Columbia University course designed to create a Mesh Network in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Philadelphia. This will represent the first time that the neighborhood has internet connectivity. Interested please contact us at hello [at] learndoshare [dot] net.
Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things a prototype of the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab (which utilizes the LDS OS) builds on its recent successful pilot that engaged 1,000+ collaborators from over 60 countries across 70 events in the last 12 months. This open prototype explores shifts in the authorship and ownership of stories while at the same time examining the ethical and political issues of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. For more information please visit SherlockHolmes.io
The Living Station Project an effort to put the public back in public media. This partnership with PBS is centered on the co-design of a series of next generation stations that will serve as community innovation hubs that harness storytelling, play and design thinking to tackle complex challenges.
The value of participation
Help make measurable impact
Be part of global initiatives
Meeting new collaborators
Learn new skills that you can apply to your own work
Through Columbia University earn statements of achievement & accomplishment
If you’re interested in collaborating the first step is to join our community of collaborators. If you have questions or need anything please let us know.