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Title: Teenagers Living Lab in Alvalade neighbourhood, Lisbon. A network for co-creating knowledge on spatial needs
Authors: Batista, J.
Costa, C.
Almeida, I.
Menezes, M.
Keywords: Teenagers;Urban public space;Living labs;Co-creation
Issue Date: Feb-2019
Publisher: Sílabas & Desafios
Citation: Batista, J. S.; Smaniotto Costa, C.; Almeida, I.; Menezes,M. (2019). Teenagers Living Lab in Alvalade neighbourhood, Lisbon. A network for co-creating knowledge on spatial needs. In Proceedings of The International Multidisciplinary Congress Web of Knowledge: A Look into the Past, Embracing the Future, pp. 149-151. Beja: Sílaba e Letras. ISBN 978-989-8842-41-1
Abstract: This contribution introduces the European Project C3Places –using ICT for Co-Creation of Inclusive Public Places and discusses the preliminary findings of a case study in Lisbon’s neighbourhood Alvalade. C3Places addresses the question how digital technologies can be employed to engage different sectors of the community towards creating more attractive public open spaces. The Lisbon case study explores the relationship between urban fabric, lifestyles and teenagers’ behaviour and needs on public spaces. In the neighbourhood Alvalade students of a secondary school are being engaged in Living Lab. The co-research approach includes interviews, field observations, study visits, design exercises and debates, and aims to empower teenagers to express their needs, ideas and values on public spaces. The Lisbon Living Lab will contribute to the creation of a network of knowledge where teenagers, the school community, the parish council and other stakeholders can gather together to co-create more inclusive and teens sensitive public spaces.
URI: http://repositorio.lnec.pt:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/1011418
ISBN: 978-989-8842-41-1
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