Design Thinking

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90 minutes

This module provides broad guidelines surrounding how the design experiences of youth librarians and young people can be supported. 

After completing this module, you will be able to...

Design Thinking KWL

Complete this worksheet by creating a list of what you already know (the K in KWL) about design thinking. In the second column, write down what you want (W) to learn in this module. You’ll fill out the last column, what you learned (L) when you have completed this module.

Design Thinking KWL Worksheet (DOCX)

What do you already know about design thinking? What do you want to learn about design thinking? What did you learn from this module about design thinking? (You will answer this question at the end of the module.)

How to Use This Module

Navigate this module using the menu on the left side of the page.

  • Each section has learning outcomes which are displayed in blue like this.
Quotes from researchers and practitioners look like this.
Case studies and examples look like this.
Explanatory videos or additional materials look like this.
Tips and pointers from librarians and elsewhere look like this.
Reflections and exercises to help you apply the module’s concepts to your individual context look like this.

At the end of each module, there are additional resources for you to explore further on your own if you choose.

Ready to get started? Let’s begin with Section 1: Introduction to Design Thinking.