This Incubator Lab is designed for serious play.
“If necessity is the mother of invention, then play is the father.” Megan Gambino – Smithsonian Magazine
Community Vitality Credit + Content Development Lab | RELi 3.0
RELi virtual incubator labs provide a space for creativity that lies at the intersection of play + innovation. The lab offers on-line space and tools for sharing material, posts and writings for advancing actionable, intellectual products that improve the whole of life, for everyone. While the tools used may not be the most cutting edge available, they are widely used and available to many people, making them more inclusive + resilient.
The RELi Collaborative “Community Vitality” Credit + Content Lab updates RELi 1.0 content for the next major publication of RELi, version 3.0. Version 2.0 will include non-substantive administrative adjustment, such as inclusion of the LEED Resilience Pilot Credits. RELi 3.0 can include substantial modifications and additions to the existing content, if needed. The category covers social + economic cohesion, which are essential elements of Resilience. The category addresses issues including, but not limited to economics, diversity and equity.
Lab Play Space
The Lab’s on-going conversation occurs in the Dialogue Stream. Jump into the conversation | Here →
Post links to websites, articles and resources in the “Link Stash” | Here →
Use BOX for both Sharing + Collaboration including commenting. Click the Diamond to go the BOX upload+ download page or use the Link in the sidebar to the right | Here →
• Twitter + Pinterest
Twitter posts tagged with #C3nsSEL should show up in the Twitter stream on the lab main page AND the sidebar →
Tweets are not private and anyone in the world can use the #hashtag.
• Activity Log (Use Comments Below) ↓
Did you post a link, add to the Dialogue, edit Document or upload a file? Post your Lab activities in the “Activity Log” on this page in the comments below ↓
“Some percentage of resources (time, money, experts) should be regularly devoted to what a company (or professional) would perceive to be play (e.g., R&D, invention and design, futures, exploratory investigations, “free range” activities, etc.).”