Media Ethics LabDesign Thinking
A major component of our research methodology relies on open and collaborative discussion, to create a respectful, collaborative platform for bridging gaps evident in our contemporary digital media landscape.
Participants are encouraged to sketch a picture of current opportunities and challenges for human well-being, as well as put forward innovative solutions for improving digital media environments in the future.
The Media Ethics Lab to host a one-day design thinking event to develop a framework applicable to our topic: Literacy Now: designing building blocks for education and civic engagement in the digital age.
Advancing SDGs @UofT
The Media Ethics Lab, in partnership with the School of Cities, hosted a day of design thinking to explore opportunities for pursuing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the University of Toronto.
Future Ways of Living Charrette
Future Ways of Living Charrette Report
This is the first report of the Media Ethics Lab Charrette series, aiming to serve as the springboard for a larger media ethics dialogue. Published in partnership with George Brown College's Institute without Boundaries, this is equally a summary of the charrette findings as it is a blueprint for future discussion and innovation in the field.