u.lab is only 1 week away! If you haven’t registered yet, you can do so here. You will notice a few changes with u.lab this year. Firstly, the team have introduced an annual cycle, linking a few of their free offerings (see diagram above). They are also streamlining the u.lab content which means that we’ve […]Read more
From a graveyard to hosting hosts: how the first global hub host programme was born
It was a bright spring afternoon last April, and here I was with Simoon Fransen from the Netherlands and Chelsea Lei from the USA in a Berlin graveyard, creating a 3D sculpture of the u.lab system out of twigs, pine cones and other stuff foraged from nearby. We were nearing the end of the Presencing Institute’s […]Read more
Ok I think I’ve missed the boat with wishing you all a happy u.year but things I wanted to share with you have only just aligned. And in the spirit of working out loud, other things are still at the idea stage. All of the below is open for you to get involved in though. A group […]Read more
There is just over a month left officially of u.lab and we wanted to share a few ways we can come together over that time and into 2018: FINAL LIVE SESSION Join us in Edinburgh to share our experiences so far with u.lab and watch the live session together. Book your place here. SENSING TEAM […]Read more
u.lab now open for registration!
Between summer holidays and July having a least a few lovely days in it, you may have missed the fact that u.lab is now open for registration! September may seem a long time away but u.lab starts in just under 8 weeks so we’ve complied a wee list of hints and tips for getting yourself […]Read more
A sensing journey of 500 miles
For the last three weeks, fellow u.labber Kuladharini and her sister Karen have been on a 500 mile and 7 cities sensing journey of Scotland. Their intention is to understand their country more deeply and make recovery from addiction even more visible in Scotland by connecting directly to the public. Kuladharini said: “With each step I am […]Read more
“From scunnered to hopeful” – ulabscot impact document
It has been a whirlwind couple of years in u.lab Scotland. As we head into the summer and begin gearing up for u.lab 2017 in Sept, we’ve had a chance to reflect a little and gather u.lab stories from a number of participants. Many of these stories were told through the impact stories blog series […]Read more
Exciting news about the latest u.lab offering!
Did you see this lovely bundle of news land in your email box today? Below, the u.lab team outline what’s coming up for an additional u.lab offering (2x) starting next month. And mark your diaries – we will be hosting an open gathering on 15 June for all u.labbers and those curious about u.lab on the […]Read more
Ulab stories: “impact” by Kirsty Deacon
I’m currently a PhD student at the University of Glasgow and have just completed a 3 month Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS) internship at the Scottish Government. The internship was around exploring attempts to gauge and illustrate any impact that u.lab may be having in Scotland and through this I became involved in […]Read more
We can do anything – what’s emerging for Ulabscot?
As we are now well and truly into 2017, we thought it was a good time to share what is emerging in u.lab, both globally and in Scotland, this year. u.lab Scotland stories of impact Over the past few months, Kirsty Deacon, a PhD student with the University of Glasgow and u.labber herself, undertook an […]Read more