The 2006 project called 'La Piazza,' part of the Kaleidoscope network in technology-enhanced learning, studied intergenerational learning in public spaces.
From the case studies, the project produced the following findings:
â€¢ The following issues are relevant: space-time; traces and trails/rituals and routines; ME++ (self-expansion, personal growth); togetherness; and 'dream space' or creativity.
â€¢Â Individual times are different between generations, therefore a designed intervention must create collective times and 'rhythms'.
â€¢Â Existing networks can be used
â€¢ 'the co-design process of enhancing space with technology could both be the process and outcome of learning.'