IFITT Identitity Lego Serious Play workshop video

February 25, 2015 in Serious Play Videos

Lego Serious Play workshop done with IFITT Board in Lugano (Switzerland) 2.2.2015.
The workshop has been facilitated by dr. Stefano Tardini and Elisabetta Decarli-Frick, of the eLab of the Università della Svizzera italiana (see: www.seriousplay.ch).

Lego Serious Play Webinar 28 August 2014

August 7, 2014 in Serious Play Training

A webinar on Lego Serious Play will be held by Elisabetta Frick and Lorenzo Cantoni on August, 28th. The webinar is organized by Eduhub, the community for new learning technologies at Swiss institutions of higher education.

Lego Serious Play USI Lugano

Lego Serious Play USI Lugano

Since 2006, some researchers at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI, Lugano) have been interested in the use of LSP. In particular, two applications of the LSP methodology have been developed:

  • URL (User Requirements with Lego), which helps to elicit user requirements for online communication applications.
  • LLED (LEGO Learning Design Experience), which helps to design teaching and learning experiences.

In this webinar the Lego Serious Play is first introduced, in which context and for which aims it could be used. Then, it will mainly focus on LLED, a specific application of LSP, which allows teams to design learning experiences creatively and collaboratively, involving all the stakeholders of the project.
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White Paper on LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® – A state of the art of its applications in Europe

August 12, 2013 in Serious Play Library

The S-Play project team is pleased to announce that the “White Paper on LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® – A state of the art of its applications in Europe has been published.
The white paper presents an introduction to LSP, an analysis of the main scientific publications on LSP, and the  results of an online survey run with 84 facilitators coming from 22 different European countries. The goal of the survey was to establish the state-of-the-art of LSP in Europe.

The White Paper can be downloaded from the S-Play Project website.

Survey about the Use of LSP in SMEs

May 3, 2013 in Serious Play Discussion

We invite you to contribute to an online survey about Lego® Serious Play®. The goal of this survey is to establish the state-of-the-art of LSP® in Europe. This survey is part of the S-Play Project, funded by the European Union, which aims at adapting LSP methodology to the needs of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The outcomes of this project will include tools which you will be able to use in your professional practice. A more detailed description and further information about this project can be found at: http://s-play.eu/

The findings of the survey will be shared with all contributors through a white paper, available on the project website from July 2013. Simply click on the link below, or cut and paste the entire URL into your browser to access the survey: http://www.survey.s-play.eu/index.php/744498/lang-en. Completion of the survey will take no more than 10 minutes.

Your input is very important to us and will be kept strictly confidential (used only for the purposes of research for this project). The information will help us draw a complete picture of LSP in Europe and we would ask you to forward this invitation to all the LSP facilitators you may know.

We would greatly appreciate it if you were able to respond by May 15th 2013. If you have any questions, please do send me an e-mail at: elisabetta.frick(at)usi.ch I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your valuable contribution and any help and insights you might provide!

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