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Torstain työpajaohjelman löydät alta – tutustu ja ilmoittaudu! / Find Thursday's workshop programme below!

Työpajoista / General information about the workshops:

Osallistujien on mahdollisuus järjestää Rajapintapäivien teemaan sopivia työpajoja. Myös hallituksella on ässiä hihassaan, mutta jos sinulla on idea työpajasta ja mahdollisuus sen toteuttamiseen, otathan rohkeasti yhteyttä Ilmoitathan työpaja-ideasta viimeistään 4.11.

Rajapinta ry osallistuu työpajojen mainostamiseen ja voi tarjota kevyttä tukea, mutta työpajojen järjestäjien tulee itse vastata työpajojen järjestelyistä (sisältö, työpajan vetäminen, verkkokokousjärjestelyt tms.).

Työpajat voidaan järjestää joko virtuaalisesti tai paikan päällä, kunhan huomioidaan mahdolliset koronaan liittyvät rajoitukset. Työpajan voi järjestää paikkakunnalla, joka järjestäjille parhaiten sopii.  


We encourage participants to arrange their own workshops related to Rajapinta's focus areas, which will then be promoted on Rajapinta platforms.

Organizers are expected to provide contents of the workshop and the arrangements, with light support from the association.

The workshop can be held virtually or offline based on the organisers’ wish and the pandemic situation. If you are interested in arranging a workshop, please contact by November 4th.

After the workshop-program is published, register to the workshops by sending an email directly to the workshop organisers. 

Sustainable Digital Futures, 10.00-14.00

This workshop tackles on the question on environmentally friendly digital futures. The aim of the workshop is to develop the existing Imagining Workshop game called Media/The Everyday Life 2030 so that it will focus on digital sustainability and accountability. 'The Imagining Workshop' was developed earlier this year as part of the project Young People Imagining Media(ted) Futures. You can find the workshop model and the final report of the project here in Finnish:

The idea of 'The Imagining Workshop' is foster imagination and aspiration on alternative digital futures by tuning the participants into using their imagination on how the future could and should be by inventing little scenes from the future.

During the Rajapinta workshop, participants will have a chance to play a round of the game, and then engage in developing and elaborating the idea further in smaller groups. This will include inventing suitable game cards as well as thinking about how the end reflection could be methodologically done to enable critical reflection. The result of the workshop will be piloted in January 2022 in the event Night of Sciences.

Time: 10-14 with a lunch break and coffee breaks
Format: Zoom
Organizer: Dr. Minna Vigren (
Register by email to

Toolkit for Digital Methods wikithon, 14.30-16.30

TDM is a wiki site that started from the needs of researchers in the Politics and Communication Programme of the University of Helsinki. TDM is at the same time a pedagogical tool and a database for digital methods in Social Sciences. This site's goal is to help teachers and students interested in digital methods to find information on and learn about digital methods and their use.

In this wikithon workshop we will jointly identify development ideas, missing pages and pages that need updating. No preliminary knowledge needed: you are most welcome to join with or without knowledge of digital methods - this workshop also acts as a general discussion space around them, an opportunity to learn more and ask questions. However, be also bravely prepared to get your hands dirty with some wiki editing!

Time: 14.30-16.30
Format: live, University of Helsinki & hybrid on Zoom
Organizers: Salla-Maaria Laaksonen ( & Janne Matikainen (
Register and get Zoom-info here

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