The word "method" has different meanings in different spheres, at Public Lab we use it to mean any technique, approach, or set of techniques to achieve something. You can see a selection of them at the Methods page, or post a new one using the instructions here:
What goes into a method page
Briefly, a method page could contain:
- A one-line introduction to the method or set of methods
- Context and background on the method
- Questions and a prompt to add your own
- Activities to guide people to how to begin using or contributing to the project
A much more complete description of methods can be found here.
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Activities should include a materials list, costs and a step-by-step guide to construction with photos. Learn what makes a good activity here.
- https://publiclab.org/wiki/method-template - a full template of what could/should be on a method page. Use it with this link
- https://publiclab.org/wiki/method-template-lite - a starting point to get your page up and started. Use it with this link