During your community walk, observe and gather information. If the group chooses to go to a restaurant or a coffee shop, make sure the establishment you select is wheelchair accessible.
What explicit and implicit values are conveyed by how the neighborhood is designed? What is important? Who is important? For example:
Collect artifacts (such as brochures, advertisements, or natural objects). Take photos or video images of where you go.
Do quick interviews of three to five people who seem representative of the neighborhood. As questions such as:
Gather together your artifacts, field notes, and images. Each person should be prepared to share three fresh insights at our next workshop.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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