Podcasts and radio
THE PEOPLE PROJECT: A LEARNING EXPERIMENT THAT HELPS REDEFINE ROLES WITHIN ACADEMIA AND INDUSTRY (The Human Show podcast, episode #70)
PEOPLE project team members talked with The Human Show’s Corina Enache about their experiences and the learning outcomes of PEOPLE and its Learning Cycles. They emphasized that PEOPLE is a problem-based and project-based learning experiment and shared stories from their own experience of how this experiment evolved in practice. Finally, they provide advice for both students interested in a more practical path and professionals who aspire to continuously learn. Check it out!
PEOPLE IN THE CENTRE OF TECHNOLOGIES: THE BENEFITS OF INCLUDING PEOPLE AND THEIR NEEDS IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (Radio Val 202, 12 July 2019)
PEOPLE project researchers, academic mentors, industry partners, students, and Advisory Board member Dr Sarah Pink share their insights in a radio show, reporting from our Forget about users – start thinking about people symposium. The event was part of the PEOPLE project's 2nd Co-Creation Camp, organised in Ljubljana. This awsome broadcast was prepared by Jan Grilc for one of the main Slovenian national radio programmes Val 202. Read and listen (in Slovenian)!
IMAGES OF KNOWLEDGE: DAN PODJED (Radio ARS, 10 August 2018)
PEOPLE team member Dan Podjed was hosted at the Slovenian national radio programme ARS's series Images of Knowledge (Podobe znanja). He talks about the value of anthropology and social sciences in general for the development of (green) technologies and explains how he incorporates anthropological approaches into different interdisciplinary R&D projects - including the PEOPLE project. The radio episode is available here (in Slovenian)!
DAN PODJED: WORKING TO GROW A VIBRANT COMMUNITY OF APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN EUROPE (The Human Show podcast, episode #13)
The Human Show podast features PEOPLE team member Dan Podjed. Dan is an applied anthropologist with 15+ years’ experience in ethnographic research, project management, and university teaching, as well as the founder of Why the World Needs Anthropologists event. In this podcast episode, they talk to Dan about his work in the applied anthropology sector. They put their attention to the barriers and opportunities of anthropologists accessing the business world, and discuss in depth the various projects, conferences and events he is involved in that bridge and promote the value of applied anthropology, as PEOPLE. Listen and enjoy!