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Digital stories I’d created from photos I’d taken in the fall of 2008 as part of Anne Spirn’s MIT course on landscape photography and audio interviews I’d done with visiting middle school students from the Lawrence Family Development Cha...
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Academic-enhanced version of the previously released M@L Story Project, including new quotes from Boyer, Lynton, and Schon. (July 2009). The MIT@Lawrence Story is a reflective practice exercise that aims to not only document and reflec...
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On May 11th, a group of community leaders from across the nation gathered in New York to discuss what they are doing locally to improve their communities with the stimulus money. MIT graduate student researchers Uyen Le and Sarah Nusser...
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Midterm community presentation of preliminary research and findings about the historical and current narratives of Lawrence, MA, particularly historical responses to historical turning points, sustainable programs and design, and partici...
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Final community presentation of programs devised by the graduate and undergraduate students in the Spring 2009 Lawrence practicum course in the Dept of Urban Studies and planning (11.423). The final project was a description of how Lawr...
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Seven-week GIS workshop evolves into Lawrence practicum: Information and Communication Technologies in Community Development. MIT students facilitate participatory workshops with residents of Lawrence's North Common neighborhood and expl...
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Residents in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn discuss their frustrations with food choice and grocery shopping. Even as the neighborhood changes and new stores come in, sometimes the prodicts are so expensive that local people can'...
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