Access the CoReflect Toolkit
The CoReflect Toolkit is an easy-to-use tool for evaluating co-creative sessions. Such evaluations at the end of a co-creative session, may help you to become a better leader, facilitator or designer.
The CoReflect toolkit is created by the Cluster for Co-Creative Service Design and Innovation (CCSDI). To give you an impression, the banner lets you click trough the exercises from the English version. Below you can find more information about how to access the CoReflect Toolkit.
About the CoReflect Toolkit
How it works
The CoReflect Toolkit consists of a set of fourteen evaluation cards. Use them to evaluate co-design processes, gain insights, and improve future co-creative work. Each card contains an exercise, that can be used as an individual or as a group exercise at the end of a workshop. The card deck includes exercises to evaluate different aspects of co-creative sessions: Building relations, Managing time, Sharing perspectives, Exploring & Creating, Material & Space, General Feedback.
The cards from the CoReflect Toolkit can be used either digitally in Miro or printed and used in physical contexts. The toolkit is free to use for anyone (please follow the licencing), and is available in English and Norwegian.
The CoReflect toolkit is created by Cluster for Co-Creative Service Design and Innovation (CCSDI). The toolkit is licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 meaning that you are free to share the toolkit in any medium or format, and to adapt it - so that it suits your purposes - as long as you use it for non-commercial purposes, provide appropriate credit to CCSDI, and eventually indicate if changes were made.
The CoReflect Toolkit on Miroverse:
Download your copy of the CoReflect Toolkit below:
Video - The release of the CoReflect Toolkit
Video from the release of the CoReflect Toolkit
The CoReflect toolkit was launched via a webinar on Tuesday March 15, 2022. During the webinar we gave an introduction to the tools, the story and back-drop of the design process, as well as discussions of use.
You can watch the video from the webinar here: