We are excited to announce this event has been rescheduled online!
You are invited to a panel discussion on ethics in user-experience research and design. Professionals from government, not-for-profit, academic, and private sectors have been invited to discuss ethics from their perspective. Following these short talks, we will break out into virtual rooms to discuss specific themes in smaller groups. Afterwards, we will return to the main room to for a moderated discussion, when we will open the floor to everyone.
Several new businesses have been invited to present their product or service to the CapCHI community. Each entrepreneur will have five minutes to introduce their company and underline some of the key challenges they have faced in the first few years since launch. Following each presentation will be a short question period, and later in the evening there will be time to meet the presenters to discuss their challenges in greater detail.
Welcome back! Let’s start off the decade on a positive note by getting to know another amazing local community group: Ottawa Civic Tech! Members of Ottawa Civic Tech have been gathering and working on projects together for four years. During that time, they’ve fostered civic engagement between citizens, elected officials, and public servants; hosted over a hundred talks, including by a number of internationally renowned speakers, and; developed several unique civic-minded projects, such as the Meeting Cost Calculator, DemocracyKit, Is This Blocked in My Department, and Big Little Contracting.
This social mixer will be an informal way for the communities to meet and get to know each other. We’ll start the evening with a short introductory presentation from each group, and then leave the night open for mostly unstructured conversation. We’ll have a few back-up activities and games on hand to keep conversations moving, if necessary.