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Speculative futures: summarise and share

In this step share the outcome of your independent learning task with other learners.
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We hope you enjoyed working on your independent learning task. Now is your chance to share your outcome with other learners.

In the comments section below share a summary of your work. Think back to the prompts and try and summarise your project in 200 words or less. As a reminder the prompts were:

Who are you designing for?

Why have you chosen to design for this group?

What is your proposal?

What would the impact of this technology be?

Once you have prepared your summary share it with other learners in the comments section below. You might want to leave specific questions for other learners to respond to, perhaps you feel there are some shortcomings in your proposal that would benefit from feedback or you might be looking for references on a specific topic. Take the time to think about how you want other learners to respond to your work. Equally, please read other learners’ summaries and respond to their outcomes and questions.

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