Communication

Forum explores meaning of space and its impact on cultural communication

Guy Sorman, a French-American scholar and culture critic, speaks at the 2022 Culture Communication Forum at the Grand Hyatt Seoul, Thursday. (CICI) Physical space is as important as ever in the post-pandemic era contrary to suggestions that virtual space would largely eliminate physical space, according to experts. A group of noted scholars and architects discussed …

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How to Communicate With Your Child’s Teacher | K-12 Schools

Regular, open communication between parents and teachers – whether about grades, behavior or any other issue occurring at school – can be hugely beneficial for students, experts say. Regardless of your child’s age, the earlier those conversations happen and the more that they can take on a positive tone the better, educators say. “One of …

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Communication leads to team chemistry for SDA softball – Syracuse Journal-Democrat

Kirt Manion, CherryRoad Media A total of 15 players are out for softball at Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca High School this fall. The breakdown of that number by class has five seniors three juniors, three sophomores and four freshmen. First year Head Coach Ben Steele said starting positions have been up for grabs this fall. “I approached this …

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The Future of Communication | Business Up North

York-based tech company, 2mee, is the world’s first and only Instant Human Hologram Messaging platform. We caught up with them to find out how they aim to use next-generation communication technology to transform messaging and revolutionize engagement. Can you tell us more about 2mee’s backstory? What is your involvement with the University of York and …

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Improve Communication by Avoiding ‘Badjectives’

When I started working at Nickelodeon Online in the late 1990s, an executive gave me advice I’ll never forget. “Never use the word ‘fun,’” he said, challenging me to demonstrate fun through descriptive scenes, joyful details, and clever jokes. As a result of that guidance, my work was always creatively compelling and brand-specific. Writers know …

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What drives us: Working together to lead science communication forward

In our new interview series, we asked leaders at PLOS to share what motivates them to push the boundaries of science communication and support research and researchers. In today’s post PLOS Chief Publishing Officer, Niamh O’Connor discusses her role in building strong teams and strong vision for PLOS Please tell us a little bit about …

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“El Calafate Needs More Technology In The Communication Sector”

Eduardo Salonia, Experts in “Smart Cities” arrived in the city of El Calafate this week to offer a Open talks today at 6:00 pm in the city’s deliberations council about “How to Turn El Calafate into a Smart City?” Police mobile detachment was activated in the Punta Sobrana locality Salonia is a specialist in computing, …

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After keeping dispatch going throughout the pandemic, Emergency Communications is set to upgrade tech using ARPA funding | News, Sports, Jobs

photo by: Rochelle Valverde The west side of the Douglas County Courthouse, 1100 Massachusetts St., is pictured on Sept. 23, 2021. While many people in Douglas County were shifting to remote work early on in the coronavirus pandemic, Douglas County Emergency Communications was staying put. The department’s director, Tony Foster, said there wasn’t a choice. …

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Nickerson, VP for communications, to step down for venture capital role

Nate Nickerson, who leads Yale’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications (OPAC) as vice president for communications, will step down from the role Sept. 23 to become the communications and public affairs partner for Palo Alto-based venture capital firm DCVC, President Peter Savoy announced today. Nickerson, who came to Yale from MIT, has made “an …

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