workflow sprints posts

Creating culturally respectful digital space: Workflow Sprints and RavenSpace

Coko’s Founder and facilitator extraordinaire Adam Hyde recently visited the University of British Columbia for a Workflow Sprint related to work being done by the institution’s UBC Press team. The Sprint took place on location in downtown Vancouver, Canada. The location is on ancestral, unceded, and traditional lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and…

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2020 Update #1: Architecting the future of Open Textbooks in Minneapolis

The Open Textbook Network and Coko kicked off a collaboration on December 11, 2019, at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. The two communities came together to address a shared problem: Helping authors write and design an open textbook. Together, over the next three years and supported by IMLS funding, they will be designing a…

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Around the world with Workflow Sprints

In recent weeks, Coko co-founder Adam Hyde has been busily hopping ponds to bring innovation to publishers via Workflow Sprints in Santa Barbara, California for punctum books, and Cambridge, UK for Open Book Publishers. Workflow Sprints deploy a collaborative methodology for rapidly designing content production workflows, called The Cabbage Tree Method, to facilitate the design of…

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