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Global learneres,

we are moving on to the next level now:
1- creating posts for the Sweden - Stanford - Khabarovsk blog. If you want to introduce yourself and/or to invite to a conversation on the specific topic of your interst, go ahead and do it.
If you want me or Vera Nikolaevna, Alexei Valerievich to proofread your texts before you post it, go ahead and send it over to either of us.

Please start your post with:

This entry has been created for Orebro-Khabarovsk- Stanford exchage of Intercultural Communication Classes.

2- Glyn Rimmington, President of Global Learning from Wichita, Kansas, USA, suggests to connect us with his students on writing scenarios on Cage Painting, person to person, by e-mails and on Skype, if you have this sofware ( very easy , free to download and install, by the way - www.skype.com)
Some of us participated in his seminar in November, 2008, others are not aware of this process, but we can give you the orientation, right, Dima?
I'd like those of you, interested to get involved in this process, leave the comment here, as well.
We will se what to do next.

3. Leaving your comments as reflections on videoconferencing with Stanford is critical if you want to participate in the next Marratech connections. See the "Congratulations!'" post .

Look forward to hearing from all of you,
OV

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And I would like those who have the photos from any of the conferences to upload them here into the Gallery (the link on the left of the page)
Choose the correct category and upload! You are welcome to do it!

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Yes, Katya, you can create any posts about yourself and your interests, better in groups, but you also can as an individual. They don't suggest any special topic, it is just cultural exchnage, posing questions and sharing answers. This class in Orebro runs untill March, 27.

As for Cage Painting, I will invite all interested people next week, Wednesday, I think, and make a brief orientation on what it is and how to write cross cultural scenarios.
You are welcome to visit
http://gl.wichita.edu/cps/
and try to play cps - cross cultural simulations to get the idea of these scenarios

Dima Galenko has been involved in the process, so he can also share his experience, I belive.
Thank you, Dima

Good luck, Katya, and we will keep in touch,
OV


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As I understood we can create our posts on any theme we like and upload them here: http://www.stanford.edu/group/ccr/blog/khavaborsk_oerebro_stanford_blogging/ am I right? Don't they suggest us any special themes for the discussion? Are we limited in time?))

Actually I heard the lecture of Glyn Rimmington about Cage Painting. But I just got the gist of it and didn't understand the detales. So what should we do? When should we do it? And what do you mean by "writing scenarios on Cage Painting"? I am ready to get involved))


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