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Euro SSIG 2010 - The Spirit of Meissen 3 Replies

Started by Maša Kojić. Last reply by Pascal G. Bekono Aug 29, 2010.

Report 2009: Ehsan Norouzi 11 Replies

Started by Diplo IGCBP. Last reply by Sorina Teleanu Aug 30, 2009.

Euro-SSIG 2008

Started by Seiiti Sep 25, 2008.

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Comment by Diplo IGCBP on August 5, 2010 at 9:07pm
Thanks, Masa!!
Comment by Maša Kojić on August 5, 2010 at 12:15pm
I managed to post it here also!


Comment by Maša Kojić on August 3, 2010 at 9:23pm
The 4th Summer School is over! Thanks Diplo! I wrote a blog about my impressions on the summer school, but had problems posting it on this group. So I posted in on my blog, so you can read there.
Comment by Judi on November 6, 2008 at 9:57am
Hello Everyone, good to be here and hope to make it for the Summer school in 2009 or 2010 :-). Hi Ngahu....we meet again ! I was looking forward to meeting you in Hyderabad,though it seems youre going to a different place :-) Hyberdaad??? where is this? Which planet?
Comment by Siranush Vardanyan on October 23, 2008 at 3:52pm
Dear John, great to see you here. Please, share your paper, as I would not be in Hyderabad, I will read it here.
Comment by John Ngahu on October 23, 2008 at 1:34pm
HI Siranush and Seiti, Its a pleasure to be here and i hope i get to meet you guys in Hyberdaad (sp) .We did a paper on Multi-lingualism in cyberspace with a perspective of developing countries. If you'd like i could share it with you.
Comment by Siranush Vardanyan on October 21, 2008 at 12:05pm
Dear Seiiti, good question about the paper and it was somehow lessons learned for everyone. As that was the First summer school on IG, fellows were not asked to present any paper, we were in the process of learning as much as possible, as we really had highly qualified and professional faculty members and for all fellows it was the first experience. But during evening times it was suggested that fellows may come up with brief introduction of their country's situation with Internet issues (not mandatory). And I was one of the fellows, who had a chance to do so, in a very social way, very briefly presented the situation about Armenia (as much as I was aware of :). Many fellows did that. And during those evening meetings a suggestion came up for the next Summer school, to have separate time for fellows to conduct presentations on some key issues on IG in their respective countries (which was already used during the Second Summer School this year, and which is great).

I think we can use this space for sharing also lessons learned and maybe there are diplo people here, who presented some papers in different IG related conferences and can share with all of us here to start discussions, what do you think?
Comment by Seiiti on October 21, 2008 at 11:22am
Excellent, Siranush!

Did you present any paper?

In that case you could Start Discussion and copy-paste it so others could have easy access to it and make comments!
Comment by Siranush Vardanyan on October 21, 2008 at 11:17am
I am the alumna of the First Summer School in IG in Meissen, Germany 2007, and my participation was financially supported by Diplo Foundation, as a result of my active involvement in ICGBP 207 online course. A lot of info is posted in the official site: http://www.euro-ssig.eu/ .

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