Overview

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Screenshots of the Dialog and Social Network Analysis 
applications.

Screenshots of the Dialog and Social Network Analysis applications.


Analog output captured and placed together closely on the tapestry.

Analog output captured and placed together closely on the tapestry.


All content is captured on a giant virtual 'Tapestry'

All content is captured on a giant virtual 'Tapestry'


How does it get used in a workshop?

Depending on the needs of any given workshop or conference, a facilitator will plan for certain activities or tools to be used: breakouts, openspace, worldcafe, etc.

Remerge can both enhance these 'analog' engagements as well as offer, new and unique activities.

For each such activity a participant (or small group) will use an iPad to communicate directly and anonymously to a screen visible to all. This screen always shows part of the tapestry: an virtually endless digital zooming canvas that stores all input generated by the participants and facilitators.

The facilitator can react to the input by many follow up actions such as re-visualizing, asking followup questions and voting.

A third person, usually called a Navigator, will help the facilitator with all the technical aspects, ensuring his/her focus is solely on the group. During the day both capture all output, including flipcharts, templates, posters to the same tapestry

Used correctly and as part of a facilitated workshop, Remerge can greatly enhance the experience and engagement for both participants and facilitators alike.

Example of the 'Dialog' Activity

  • The facilitator asks the group a free-text question: i.e. "What are some of the best practices you have observed?"
  • As participants type on their iPad, replies are shown in real-time on the screen
  • Facilitator can then:
    • combine answers
    • ask followup questions
    • ask to vote or prioritize for further more detailed discussion
    • visualize as an advanced word or tag cloud - useful with large groups