The Prototype Jam for November 14, 2015 is a joint event hosted by the UMKC School of Law and the KC Code for America Brigade.
Projects from the National Day of Civic Hacking and projects from the Fall, 2015 Law, Technology, and Public Policy course will be presented over the course of the daylong event. The event is designed for projects to receive review and feedback to help further along development.
The Prototype Jam is free but we need those planning to attend to register for the event. Please click on the registration link below.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 “PROTOTYPE JAM”
HOSTED BY THE UMKC SCHOOL OF LAW IN COLLABORATION WITH CODE FOR KC
BLOCH EXECUTIVE HALL FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION (BEH)
5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, MO
- Check-in and coffee/light breakfast (BEH Room 330)
- Welcoming Remarks by UMKC School of Law, Code for KC Representatives and Dazza Greenwood of MIT Media Lab (BEH Room 330)
- Projects Reports (BEH Room 330):
• KCNeighborhood Stat*
• Community KC*
• Parcel Assessment Tool (P.A.T.)*
• Safe Assist*
• Crowd Sensing/Crowd-Sourced Amber Alert
• SAFE: Sexual Assault Fix Education application
• Data Sharing Agreement/Smart Contracting
• Startup Advisor/Founders Terms Sheet Generator
• City Permits API/Plumber’s Permits
- Appathon & Activities/Feedback/Working Lunch Sessions
• In BEH Room 212: Available to KCNeighborhood Stat, Community KC, P.A.T., and Safe Assist
• In BEH Room 330: All other above-named projects
- Project Teams to Meet and Discuss/Incorporate Feedback (BEH Rooms 212 and 330)
- Final Reports by Project Teams (BEH Room 330)
- Closing Remarks by UMKC and Code for KC Representatives (BEH Room 330)
*Will leave BEH Room 330 and work together in BEH Room 212 starting at approximately 9:45AM. In addition, Rooms 102M through 102Q will be used by Missouri Western University Professor Jo Elliott who will bring her mobile usability lab to provide UX testing to at least four of the projects.
PROTOTYPE JAM: Term dubbed by Dazza Greenwood of the MIT Media Lab, a collaborator with the UMKC interdisciplinary and inter-institution Law, Technology & Public Policy course.