Our First Session at the NMC Horizon Retreat

I’ll reflect more tomorrow…but this evening was fascinating.  Malcolm Brown of Educause was our initial thought leader, and in 6 minutes, he suggested we look at the Horizon Report as a process of design thinking, working on “wicked problems.”.  David Sibbet then facilitated our initial session trying to capture some hindsights about the Horizon Project process.  We did small group discussions first, then as each group shared and built on the conversation of others, an amazing visual representation emerged. The first picture shows David in action, while the other two capture the drawings that emerged.

(…and we will continue doing this tomorrow through eight more thought leaders.)

 

An interesting start….

 

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2 comments to Our First Session at the NMC Horizon Retreat

  1. [...] as I’m able but you can follow the conversation on #NMChz. Britt Watwood provided a quick wrap-up of tonight’s opening session (I’m still in awe of how David Sibbet’s visual [...]

  2. [...] you looked at my earlier posts on the retreat, you have seen some examples of the graphics that evolved during these sessions.  I [...]

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