Länk till anmälan: https://form.jotformeu.com/80861758339368
Mellan den 23e och 27e april möjliggör vi på Storm en hel vecka där man kan komma till en kreativ miljö för att få saker gjort. Du kanske har ett grupparbete som behöver fokus, en tenta som närmar sig eller någon annat projekt som behöver läggas tid på. Alla studenter på universitetet är varmt välkomna anmäla sig! Boka en plats för dig själv eller dina kursare/grupp. Vi kommer att erbjuda din alldeles egna arbetsplats och förvaring samt massor av stöd, hjälp och vägledning för att effektivisera din arbetsdag. Under veckan har vi ett program fyllt av innovativa promenader, inspirerande talks och ett verktygskit av metoder som kan hjälpa dig med ditt projekt. Och dessutom finns här gratis kaffe hela veckan för deltagare. Notera att vi är begränsade till 30 platser och max 5 platser per grupp. Boka nu för en kreativ och effektiv vecka på Storm! Get Down To It!
Link to registration: https://form.jotformeu.com/80861758339368
Hi and welcome! Between the 23rd and 27th of April we open up Storm for the whole week so that you as a student can come to a creative environment to get some things done! Perhaps you have some group work that needs some focus, a thesis or exam that’s closing in or some other project that you need to put some time in? No matter what, Storm is the place! All students registered at Malmö University are more than welcome to apply for Get Down To It. Register now for a spot for yourself or your group! We will offer your own workspace, storage and loads of support and guidance to structure your workday! During this week we will have innovative walks, inspiring talks and some toolkits to help you out with your project. Please note that we are limited to 30 spots and a maximum of 5 people per group. Book now and Get Down To It!
Är du intresserad av att vara med i en 2 dagars workshop för hållbarhet? Anmäl dig här: https://www.facebook.com/events/176577323092173/
Mer om eventet nedan.
Learning for Sustainable Change. Malmö, April 10-11.
How can we learn collaboratively for our sustainability work? We are exploring this question with our 2-day, hands-on capacity building workshop and we would love to see you there.
We are very excited for this partnership between Malmö University and Legacy17 to deliver this 2-day capacity building workshop for sustainability practitioners, business, and civil society leaders.
This two-day workshop is addressed primarily to leaders and others seriously engaged in sustainability. The methodology, called Learning for Change, offers an effective format for planning and evaluation meetings as well as providing a basis for credible sustainability and social innovation work. Participants take home a toolkit for making the daily sustainability work more effective. It will be led by Marilyn Mehlmann (Rachel Carson award with decades of experience) and co-led by Andre Benaim.
Why should an organisation send its employees?
We have strong reasons to believe that the skills built during the Learning for Change workshop can be easily brought back to the working environment and make your work and your team work more effective.
We spend much of our working time in meetings and doing team-work: both of them will have a productivity surge in effectiveness with a dedicated attendance to a programme like our Learning for Change event, which is one of the many reasons we are excited about offering it!
Perhaps a good reason to talk to the HR department and make the case for capacity building budget? There is a sliding scale, by which the organization saves money by sending their 2nd and 3rd employee, which we offer as a way to a) make it financially easier for organization to send more staff b) make it easier for more team members to develop skills they can later apply, and talk about, and have a shared language.
Meet the director of operations at Mötesplats Social Innovation: Hanna Sigsjö! Responsible for both the biggest meeting point in Scandinavia for social innovation and a book release about 100 social innovations that can change Sweden she has a big background in innovation. Please take a moment to listen what she has to say in this interview.
Vi vill ständigt låta våra användare definiera vad Storm är och hur Storm fungerar. Vi har under det senaste halvåret provat oss fram med ett bokningsformulär som man har behövt att boka Storm via. Vi tar till oss den konstruktiva kritiken vi har fått av er användare och gjort processen smidigare.
- Vårt bokningsformulär är nu halverat och tar bara en bråkdel av tiden att fylla i. Detta kan göras via: https://storm.mah.se/bokning/
- När du/ni har gjort en bokning återkommer vi med eventuella frågor, gärna via telefon.
We are always striving to let our users define what Storm is and how Storms works. We have prototyped a booking form for the past six months in order to book Storm. However, we are listening to the constructive critique received by our users and made the booking process more smooth.
- The booking form is now half the size it was before. Find it at: https://storm.mah.se/en/booking/
- When your booking is filled out, we will get back to you with possible questions, preferably through telephone.
Our third interview with an innovator is here, this time it is Camilla Johansson who is the test coordinator at Futurumkliniken, a testbed for the innovators in dentistry at Odontologiska Fakulteten at Mau.
For the first time ever we open up Storm for all the staff and students at Malmö University! Come and enjoy a day, or just a few hours together with some new and old faces. Whether you wan’t the competence of someone else present or just want to have a nice and creative place to work Storm is there for you!
Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared workplace and independent activity. Those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization. Coworking is a social gathering of a group of people who are still working independently, but who share values, and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with people who value working in the same place alongside each other. Coworking offers a solution to the problem of isolation that many freelancers experience while working at home, while at the same time letting them escape the distractions of home.
Innan julen vill vi dela med oss av lite tankar från vicerektor i innovation och samverkan Charlotte Ahlgren Moritz! Charlotte har varit en drivande kraft i att göra Storm till vad det är idag och berättar lite mer om sin roll och varför innovation och Storm behövs i samhället. Mycket nöje!
Before the holidays takes off for real we at Storm would like to share some thoughts from the Pro Vice Chancellor in Collaboration and innovation: Charlotte Ahlgren Moritz! Charlotte has helped to drive Storm to what it is today and she wants to talk about her role and why innovation and Storm alike is needed in our society. Enjoy!
Join our film relay race #stormerviews where we interview innovators who attend Malmö University. One of our main purposes in Storm is making research and all the amazing knowledge that bubbles visible. This is an example of how we do this. The first part of #stormerviews contains an interview with David Cuartielles. More info below the video. Enjoy!
David Cuartielles is MSC. telecommunications engineer, leads the Prototyping Laboratory at K3, teaches interactive technologies, and is one of the co-founders of the open source platform
Currently David is working for the Medea research platform, writing his PhD. in prototyping tools for education, supervising the Arduino web-structure, and teaching at various Interaction Design courses.
It is possible to book David (firstname.lastname@example.org) for guided tours to the university facilities for primary and secondary classes. Including a small introduction to interactive electronics.