Virtually on Gather Town
Join researchers, project managers, community leaders, and other Network peers to explore Mā’awe Pono course concepts and learn from each other’s experiences.
Grab a cup and share examples, stories, practices, resources, or insights that emerged from your time engaging with the Mā’awe Pono research methodology. No agenda. Just vibes. If you missed the previous session, Talk Story Cafe #2, find it here.
- Recording (coming soon)
- Take the post-session survey
- Māʻawe Pono - Engaging in Community Research Course (Register, Login)
Talk Story Cafes are weekly open conversations to help you share what’s on your mind and better understand the course topics among your peers so you can save time on your assignments. Can’t make it to this group session? Book a personal Talk Story Cafe session or catch us at Talk Story Cafe #4!
Join from your computer (laptop or desktop) with a mic and/or camera on any operating system (Windows, Mac OS, Linux). Use Chrome or Firefox browsers for the best experience. Safari and mobile devices have limited functionality. For an introduction or refresher on Gather.town, check out this tutorial.
Please note that this event will be recorded. The recording may be shared publicly online via Code for America platforms for accessibility, educational, documentation, journalistic, and promotional purposes. Those who do not wish to have their identity captured are advised to adjust their Gather Town name, camera, and audio settings or leave the session when prompted.
Leave a comment below or ping Mary C Norris or Krystina Ramos on Slack.