Hands On What does your internet look like?

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Title of the tutorial What does your internet look like?
Kind of learning session Other …
Tutorial category Icebreaking
Duration (hours) 1
Learning objectives Understanding basic fundamentals about how the internet works, and providing a space for participants to ask questions they may have about the 'building blocks' that feature in other hands on sessions.
Prerequisites Big sheets of paper (at least 1 per participant) – coloured pens.

Facilitators should have a good understanding of how the internet works, and a reasonably high level of technical understanding.

Methodology Ask participants to spend 10 minutes drawing on a piece of paper what they think the internet looks like, using (if available) a variety of coloured pens- as abstract, literal or imaginative as they like.

After everyone has finished their drawings, hang them on the wall in a gallery for others to look at, and ask the people who drew each one to explain a little their reasoning behind their interpretation of the internet.

Number of facilitators involved 1
Technical needs None
Theoretical and on line resources None