Ketso is an amazing tool developed by researchers to facilitate creative thinking with groups of varying sizes. You can find out more by viewing this video, or by exploring their website here: http://www.ketso.com/learn-about-ketso
We are great fans of their work, having previously attended introductory workshops in Manchester. The Faculty’s Engaged Research Steering Group recommended the purchase of a Ketso kit which can be loaned out to our staff and students to facilitate group work, and we have invited Dr Joanne Tippett to give a free training and development day on Monday 27 June 2016 from 10am. Have a look at this Training day flyer if you are interested, and let firstname.lastname@example.org know if you are attending. Lunch will be provided, and you will learn not only how to use the Ketso kit, but more general workshop facilitation skills, so it should be a fun and informative day!