Some or all of the following may be listed below:
Online courses – usually self-paced, fixed but long-term duration;
Scheduled events – usually a fixed time and date; and
Small-group discussions – usually a few sessions over a brief period.

Online courses

Signifier Basics: what goes into designing Sensors

• Course Opens: January 1, 2021
• Begin anytime, finish within three months
• Venue: Online, self-paced with instructor feedback
• Instructor: Laurie Webster, QED Insight
• Course Fee: $399 USD

This course is intended for those new to the Platform who have never designed a Sensor. This course will give you an overview and context for sensemaking. You will learn about each type of signifier used in a Sensor, i.e., the Instrument designed to capture story experiences from your chosen constituency. Each module of the course includes an opportunity to test your understanding with personalized feedback. Upon completion, you will be able to discern what makes a good signifier, explain the instrument structure to your clients, and create your own Sensors.

More information is available on the registration page. An Active Sensemaking Demonstration

• Course Opens: January 15, 2020
• Begin anytime
• Venue: Online, self-paced
• Course Fee: $25 USD

This is a demonstration of how the platform works specifically related to the Active Sensemaking components. is a powerful new sensemaking platform. Some of you may be familiar with similar tools. This demonstration provides an actual example of a Spryng instrument with story data to give you some insight into how it is constructed and how straightforward it is to adapt and use for sensemaking projects.

More information is available on the registration page.

Scheduled and on-demand events

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Small-group discussions

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Client workshop, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON

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