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HAK.io Hacking the Anthropocene Journals and Sticker Packs

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posted on 2024-03-30, 01:33 authored by SWISP Lab, KATHRYN COLEMANKATHRYN COLEMAN, SARAH HEALYSARAH HEALY

The HAK.io Journals and Stickers that are pictured here are components of the Hacking the Anthropocene Kit (HAK.io) co-designed in partnership with the Science Gallery International Network. Every kit contains resources for a group of five young people (15-28 years) to hack the Anthropocene. The journals are a place for documenting and ideating. The stickers are used by young hackers for a range of purposes, including 'writing' emoji stories and for performing careful coding of data generated during the hackathon.

Each HAK.io box includes a canvas bag containing:

  • 5x Journals which include sense, think, wonder, fear/hope prompts
  • 5 x sets of emoji stickers for emoji stories
  • 5x climate and carbon related icons and charctaers to augment the emoji stickers and enable more specific story-telling
  • 5x sets of key word tags drawn from Science Gallery International's (2022) "Hot and Bothered Report"
  • 5x sets of colour coding stickers
  • 5x sets of place-making and directional symbols / icons to provide spatial / geographical coding options

Funding

Hacking the Anthropocene. UoM and FoE Co-investment grant for India Partnerships / Community Engagement

Learning with the Land

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

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