Agenda

All locations are at OCAD University, inside the Main Building (100 McCaul Street) unless otherwise noted.

DAY 1: Thursday, October 13, 2016

8:30 Registration & Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

9:00 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

9:00 Traditional Indigenous welcome

  • Archer Pechawis

9:05 Greetings from the OCAD U Design Program

  • Dori Tunstall (Dean, Faculty of Design, OCAD University)

9:10 The DEEP Approach

  • Jutta Treviranus (IDRC, OCAD University)

9:15 DISCOVERY objectives: prototyping future ICT Research and Innovation between Europe, Canada and USA

  • Jean-Yves Roger (European Commission)
  • Yolanda Ursa (Inmark)
  • Paolo Martinez (FUTOUR)

9:30 Panel: Inclusive Policy Design How can policy be inclusive from the beginning? What are ways to ensure that new policies reflect diverse needs and groups? As we’re moving among the world of complex systems that stretch across our borders, across our communities, and beyond our cultures, how do we make sure we’re building governance and policies that respect the diverse perspectives of people, cultures, and countries? How do we balance inclusion with recognition of difference and compromise to create inclusive policies?

  • Yutta Fricke (Disabilities Issues Office, Province of Manitoba)
  • Mary-Louise Hayward (Office of Disability Issues)
  • Dianne Rogers (Blind Foundation, New Zealand)
  • Shea Tanis (Coleman Institute, University of Colorado)

10:10 Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

10:30 Small Group Sessions – Various Rooms – 100 McCaul

  1. International Collaboration: Room 340
  2. Prosperity and Inclusion: Room 415
  3. Privacy and Connectedness: Room 605
  4. Inclusive Lifelong Learning: Room 240

12:00 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

Small groups report back

12:30 Lunch – Room TBC – 100 McCaul

1:30 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

Panel: (Re)connecting through Media How do we use ICT to connect and reconnect in new ways? How can we reimagine connecting generations, communities, ideas and information?

  • Barry Wellman (NetLab, UofT)
  • Shea Tanis (Coleman Institute, University of Colorado)
  • Adrea Breen (Guelph University)
  • Michael Bach (Canadian Association for Community Living)
  • Jeff Higginbotham (SUNY, Buffalo)

2:15 Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

2:35 Small Group Sessions- Various Rooms – 100 McCaul

  1. International Collaboration: Room 340
  2. Prosperity and Inclusion: Room 415
  3. Privacy and Connectedness: Room 605
  4. Inclusive Lifelong Learning: Room 240

4:05 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

Small groups report back

4:35 Wrap up and Day 2 information

4:45 Networking – 49 McCaul – Open Gallery

5:00 Reception – 49 McCaul – Open Gallery

5:15 Greetings
6:00 Accessibility (a11y) Inclusive & Intergenerational Play Hackathon Show
6:30 Adjourn

DAY 2: Friday, October 14, 2016

8:30 Registration & Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

9:00 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

9:05 Day 2 Welcome
9:20 Day 2 Outline

  • Jutta Treviranus

9:30 Panel: New Models of Innovation Is our innovation agenda aligned with our societal values and goals? Are our innovation formula the best way to achieve our goals? What would a new approach to innovation look like that supported inclusive prosperity and sustainability?

  • Josh Goldstein (Disability Rights Consultant)
  • Richard Garner (One Network)
  • Hugh McGuire (Pressbooks)
  • Ann Russell, PhD (The Michener Institute)

10:10 Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

10:30 Small Group Sessions – Various Rooms – 100 McCaul

  1. International Collaboration: Room 340
  2. Prosperity and Inclusion: Room 415
  3. Privacy and Connectedness: Room 605
  4. Inclusive Lifelong Learning: Room 240

12:00 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

12:00 Official Greeting and Welcome: President Sara Diamond (OCAD University)

12:05 Greetings from the Honourable David Onley, Special Advisor on Accessibility to the Ontario government

12:15 Small groups report back

12:45 Lunch – Room TBC – 100 McCaul

1:30 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

Panel: Smart, Inclusive Cities, Spaces and Travel 

What are new models for cities, living in them and getting around them or between them? Consider crowd-sourced rides, lanes for bikes with cars and crowd-sourced rides. How do we find opportunity in changes that are disruptive?

  • Lachlan MacQuarrie (Oxford Property Management)
  • Jared Schachter (Uber Canada)
  • Luke Anderson (StopGap Foundation)
  • Antonia Hammer (Metrolinx)

2:15 Refreshments – Outside Room 230 – 100 McCaul

2:35 Small Group Sessions- Various Rooms – 100 McCaul

  1. International Collaboration: Room 340
  2. Prosperity and Inclusion: Room 415
  3. Privacy and Connectedness: Room 605
  4. Inclusive Lifelong Learning: Room 240

4:05 Plenary Session – Auditorium – Room 230 – 100 McCaul

Small groups report back

4:35 Wrap up

 

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