About this project
Remembering Knowledge Integration is a resource that was designed for KI students as part of an INTEG 420A/B Senior Honours Project. It was found that upper year KI student often forget critical information from their introductory courses. This resource intends to help mitigate that problem by providing KI students a brief overview of previously learned topics. An in depth description of this project, along with others from INTEG 420A/B, can be found at: KI Symposium Proceedings 2019 (PDF)
The following sections outline some useful links for students!
- Being explicit about your group norms is really important for successful for collaborations. Check out the UW Collaborates workshop materials web site to find out how group contracts can help.
- Want to know more about how to run an effective meeting? Check out this Running an Effective Meeting (PDF) one pager that explains how.
- Design thinking is a useful process for solving complex, real world problems. Check out this Design Thinking (PDF) one pager to learn more about the process.
- Observing the world around you is a great tool for designers. Check out this Observation (PDF) one pager to learn how to make useful observations.