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 We then captured our reports of the project ideas on video - and discussed what we had learned from the session. ​ We then captured our reports of the project ideas on video - and discussed what we had learned from the session. ​
  
-//The next steps will be to develop a community of practice to support each other in taking these and other ideas forward[First thoughts here](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps).//​+//The next steps will be to develop a community of practice to support each other in taking these and other ideas forward ​- with a focus on how to use mapping, digital tech, storytelling and meet-ups for network building ​[First thoughts here](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps).//​
  
 * [Videos presentations and ideas sheets from the game](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​videos) * [Videos presentations and ideas sheets from the game](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​videos)
 * [Interactive map of challenges, ideas and methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​map) * [Interactive map of challenges, ideas and methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​map)
-* [Possible next steps - in draft](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps)+* [Possible next steps including a Community of Practice- in draft](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps
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 +![](http://​socialreporter.co.uk.s3.amazonaws.com/​images/​badges.JPG)
  
 ## Background ## Background
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 **Badges and Tags** **Badges and Tags**
 Badges denoting various roles were laid out on a side table and participants were asked to choose a role. Some players were able to play their real roles. ​ Badges denoting various roles were laid out on a side table and participants were asked to choose a role. Some players were able to play their real roles. ​
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-![](http://​socialreporter.co.uk.s3.amazonaws.com/​images/​badges.JPG) 
  
 On one side of the room several ‘challenges’ were posted on the wall.  On the other side of the room sample ‘ideas’ - possible initiatives to address the challenges - were posted on the wall. Each consisted of a description and methods that might be used to take the idea forward. The methods were represented by cards stuck to the ideas sheets. Players could select an idea to promote or create new. Alternatively,​ players could wait to see what ideas emerged and then provide support for preferred initiatives. ​ On one side of the room several ‘challenges’ were posted on the wall.  On the other side of the room sample ‘ideas’ - possible initiatives to address the challenges - were posted on the wall. Each consisted of a description and methods that might be used to take the idea forward. The methods were represented by cards stuck to the ideas sheets. Players could select an idea to promote or create new. Alternatively,​ players could wait to see what ideas emerged and then provide support for preferred initiatives. ​
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 Negotiation was conducted freely between roles and a total of 13 ideas completed the process. ​ At the end of the session, players presented their idea (3 min Max.) and this was videoed. ​ Negotiation was conducted freely between roles and a total of 13 ideas completed the process. ​ At the end of the session, players presented their idea (3 min Max.) and this was videoed. ​
  
-### Video reports ​and map+### Video reports
  
-We recorded presentations of most of the ideas generated during the game, and Drew Mackie created an interactive map+We recorded presentations of most of the ideas generated during the game, on video, together with the ideas sheets that participants prepared
  
-[Playlist of video presentations](https://​www.youtube.com/​playlist?​list=PLtbyedsiKPhf0W2z7cOPa-oQtnuBHc9Wi) ​- play through below+[Hub Game videos and ideas sheets](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​videos) 
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 +* [Play through all the video presentations](https://​www.youtube.com/​playlist?​list=PLtbyedsiKPhf0W2z7cOPa-oQtnuBHc9Wi)
  
 {{youtube>​https://​www.youtube.com/​playlist?​list=PLtbyedsiKPhf0W2z7cOPa-oQtnuBHc9Wi}} {{youtube>​https://​www.youtube.com/​playlist?​list=PLtbyedsiKPhf0W2z7cOPa-oQtnuBHc9Wi}}
  
-[Hub Game videos and ideas sheets](http://networkedcity.london/hubgame/videos+ 
-* [Map of ideas, challenges, methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame)+ 
 +### Map of the results 
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 +Drew Mackie prepared an analysis of the game results 
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 +Here's a screenshot of the map. 
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 +![](http://socialreporter.co.uk.s3.amazonaws.com/images/cluster3.jpg) 
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 +* [Here's the interactive map of ideas, challenges, methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame) 
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 +## Next steps 
 + 
 +//The next steps will be to develop a community of practice to support each other in taking these and other ideas forward - with a focus on how to use mapping, digital tech, storytelling and meet-ups for network building [First thoughts here](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps).//​ 
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 +For more information contact David Wilcox david@socialreporter.com
  
 ## List of pages about the workshop and links ## List of pages about the workshop and links
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 * [Interactive map of challenges, ideas and methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​map) * [Interactive map of challenges, ideas and methods](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​map)
 * [Possible next steps - in draft](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps) * [Possible next steps - in draft](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​nextsteps)
 +* [Ideas for a Community Platform](http://​networkedcity.london/​hubgame/​platform)
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