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Re: Franz kviečia mus į video kursus Austrijoje

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  • Andrius Kulikauskas
    Ðiandien kalbëjau su Franz. Reikia apsispræsti, kas ið Lietuvos dalyvaus. Yra dvi vietos be manæs. Geriausia, kad tai bûtø norintys labiau dalyvauti
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      Šiandien kalbėjau su Franz. Reikia apsispręsti, kas iš Lietuvos
      dalyvaus. Yra dvi vietos be manęs. Geriausia, kad tai būtų norintys
      labiau dalyvauti "Minčių sode" bei Zenono Anušausko
      http://www.internetinetv.lt Dar parašykite ir paskambinkite man +370
      699 30003. Jeigu važiuotumėme automobiliu ar autobusiuku (jei kas turi)
      tada galėtumėme atmokėti ir taip pat pasiimti dar vieną kitą žmogų iš
      Lietuvos ir mumis pasirūpintų.

      Andrius Kulikauskas
      ms@...

      Andrius Kulikauskas wrote:
      > "Minčių sodo" darbo grupės "Global Villages" (Šviesūs kaimai) vadovas
      > Franz Nahrada kviečia mus dalyvauti Grundtvig savamokslių video
      > kursuose, kuriuos rengs sausio mėn. 17-28 dienomis Vienoje, Austrijoje,
      > savo šeimos viešbutyje Hotel Karolinenhof.
      >
      > Tai Europos sąjungos finansuojamas suaugusiųjų švietimas. Dalyvius
      > nemokamai maitins, apnakvydins, taip pat jiems atmokės už skrydžius į
      > Vieną. Dalyviai turi laisvai mokėti anglų kalbą ir turėti video
      > redagavimui pakankamą nešiojamą kompiuterį su belaidžiu interneto ryšiu.
      >
      > Kursų tikslas yra lavintis, kaip suaugusiųjų švietimui taikyti video
      > bendravimo galimybes (video tiltus, internetinę televiziją, video
      > pamokas), ypač kaime. Mokysimės, kaip savamokslių ratelis, dargi vienas
      > kitą mokysime. Kiekvienas dalyvis puoselės kurį nors savo sumanymą.
      > Ieškosime sąlyčių bendrai veiklai. Franz'o dėka 2007 metais buvome
      > įtraukti į Europos sąjungos projektą, rengėme dvylika video tiltų.
      >
      > Tai puiki proga mums artimiau bendradarbiauti su Franz, palaikyti jo
      > svajonę gaivinti pasaulio kaimus, ir mūsų gimingus sumanymus, kaip antai
      > Zenono Anušausko http://www.internetinetv.lt ir judinti mūsų veiklą.
      > Zenonas negalės dalyvauti nes nemoka anglų kalbos ir turi rūpintis
      > šeima. O kas galėtų ir norėtų dalyvauti, vienuolika dienų pasimokyti su
      > mumis Vienoje? Aš ketinu būti.
      >
      > Justinai Jaroni, Andriau Kasparavičiau, Odeta Abromavičiūte, Vygantai
      > Vėjai, Tomai Čepaiti, Ramune Kudzmanaite, Rimai Morkūnai, Gintarai
      > Jaroni, ir visi kurie gal domėtųsi, prašau atsiliepti bet kurioje
      > "Minčių sodo" grupėje, taip pat pridedu platesnį paaiškinimą anglų kalba
      > su nuorodomis.
      >
      > Tai galimybė palaikyti vienas kitą!
      >
      > Atsiliepkime,
      >
      > Andrius
      >
      > Andrius Kulikauskas
      > Minčių sodas
      > http://www.ms.lt
      > ms@...
      >
      >
      > Franz Nahrada wrote:
      >
      >> Dear Globalvillagers
      >>
      >> There has been a goad deal of expressions of interest in the workshop we
      >> are doing in winter in Vienna,
      >>
      >> http://www.dorfwiki.org/wiki.cgi?VideoBridge/GrundtvigWorkshop
      >>
      >> but we need to get the formal applications in now in order to organize the
      >> whole thing.
      >>
      >> So please download the application form here
      >>
      >> http://www.dorfwiki.org/wiki.cgi?VideoBridge/GrundtvigWorkshop/LearnerRegistrationFormDownload
      >>
      >> and if you decide that this is REALLY for you then fill it out, add a
      >> little image with your signed signature and send it by email to us, the
      >> national Life Long Learning agency in your country and the Austrian
      >> agency!!
      >>
      >> We are also writing to rural development actors all around Europe, because
      >> as I told Pamela in replying to her comment below we welcome academics but
      >> we also would like to see the presence of people who actually are involved
      >> in some regional education or community /neighborhood / village building
      >> program.
      >>
      >> We also would welcome having fillmakers like Synnove Mathe or internet TV
      >> professionals like Zenonas Anusauskas, but we have these few restriction:
      >> partcipants dont pay and they dont get paid by us, they are meant to be
      >> teachers and students alike. We pay for travel and accomodation, they
      >> participate actively and contribute constructively. They need to be fluent
      >> in English.
      >>
      >> So please, spread this new call, and if you want to come, you might also
      >> use it to find additional sources of support in your country or community!
      >>
      >> Franz
      >>
      >> -----------------------------------------------------
      >>
      >> This is a call for people that are both passionate for regional or local
      >> development and new technologies to help and facilitate the growth of
      >> community cohesion and cooperation throughout Europe - for the benefit of
      >> our villages, small towns and rural areas.
      >>
      >> The question is: can the gap between education - rich urban environments
      >> on one side and and rural and peripheral areas be bridged by new and
      >> unconventional combinations between modern Internet technologies and the
      >> emergence of new learning channels and places in regional systems.
      >>
      >> The answer to this question is crucial also for "bridging the broadband
      >> gap": the emergence of new communication infrastructures is very directly
      >> linked to feasible and practical ideas and models to use them and the
      >> concrete expression of needs.
      >>
      >> We suggest a model of "Global Villages", that means that every region and
      >> regional policy in Europe pays increasing attention to the emergence of
      >> specific locations (be it central, be it decentral) that can technically
      >> and culturally, through competence and understanding, through linkage to
      >> the main local actors and the awareness of needs, facilitate a growing
      >> exchange of knowledge and experience between the regions, towns and
      >> villages of Europe.
      >>
      >> To achieve that, they create or use internet access points like
      >> telecentres, libraries, community centers, educational places or places of
      >> entirely different nature and they start an interactive learning process
      >> by video communication including modren presentation technologies.
      >>
      >> Such an approach towards a "Global Village" has been successfully started
      >> some time ago in the Austrian Village of Kirchbach in Styria. We have been
      >> able to observe a constant interest from local population in educational
      >> activities that were totally unusual in a village setting - university
      >> lectures interactively transmitted from Graz and other places by video
      >> technologies - for now about five full years!! 80 lectures and even
      >> week-long congresses have been synchronously transmitted. The range of
      >> themes was broad: Positive Visions of the Future, Sustainability,
      >> Agriculture, Technology, History, Languages, Culture, Literature, Theology
      >> and others. One thing was important and unusual: there was a local person
      >> kowledgeable enough to even hold a lecture if the transmission would fail.
      >> And this very person was channeling the local questions to the remote
      >> speaker and continuing the discussion after transmission has ended.
      >>
      >> We did a little film on that:
      >> http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1115065278070024444&hl=en#
      >> or
      >> http://www.dorfwiki.org/wiki.cgi?VideoBridge/VideoInEnglish
      >>
      >> We have been encouraged by this success to think about a "virtual
      >> university of the villages" and move towards a more horizontal and
      >> peer2peer scheme of education, where we use in a sharing spirit our best
      >> offers to complement each other. We should share our best knowledge and
      >> our best offerings in order for others to do the same and we should create
      >> a community that guards fair use. Thus we will multiply our possibilities
      >> and reach many people at many places at the same time.
      >>
      >> So from this background we want to issue the following invitation:
      >>
      >> >From January 17th (arrival) to 28th /departure) we will bring people from
      >> all over Europe together who have some experience in the field. We want to
      >> augment the techniques and methods of videobridging in particular, on the
      >> background also of using stored videos as learning materials in general.
      >> We want to get and give new impulses. We can finance travel and
      >> accomodation costs for 16 participants supported by the Grundtvig/LifeLong
      >> learning program of the European union.
      >>
      >> if you are interested, please continue reading here:
      >>
      >> http://www.videobridge.at/GrundtvigWorkshop
      >>
      >> best regards
      >>
      >>
      >> Mag. Franz Nahrada
      >> GIVE Forschungsgesellschaft - Labor für Globale Dörfer
      >> Globally Integrated Village Environment
      >> Research Lab for Global Villages
      >> Jedleseer Strasse 75
      >> 1210 Wien
      >> Tel. 01-2787801
      >> http://www.dorfwiki.org
      >> http://www.globalvillages.info
      >> f.nahrada(_AT_)reflex.at
      >> f.nahrada(_AT_)give.at
      >>
      >> ###############################################################
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >> Pamela McLean has opened a thread in her blog to work with our invitation:
      >>
      >> http://www.dadamac.net/blog/20090929/franz-nahrada-ssl-workshop-and-dreampartners
      >>
      >> Thank you Franz for sending me the information (including application
      >> form) about the workshop on "Streaming, Sharing and Learning (SSL) -- The
      >> options for and the use of Interactive Digital Video over long distances
      >> in adult education".In your (personal) email you asked me to help you get
      >> the message out to the right people, and so I am replying to you through a
      >> dadamac openletter. This way it will be easy to share this with others now
      >> andl ater.
      >>
      >> Thank you for encouraging me to apply. I would appreciate the opportunity
      >> to do what the workshop offers and "look into thepossibilities of
      >> connecting learning communities especially indisadvantaged areas, using
      >> broadband video".
      >>
      >> Relevance to Dadamac
      >>
      >> Certainly the workshop is very relevant to Dadamac. The
      >> learningcommunities that we are concerned with are in very disadvantaged
      >> areas.Allthough we are not yet able to use broadband video to solve
      >> thoseproblems, we are always planning ahead. We still have some
      >> seriousbandwidth issues, regarding connections between UK and Nigeria,
      >> butthings are dramatically improved from when John Dada and I were firstin
      >> contact, and they keep getting better. We have been able toparticipate in
      >> audio-graphic conferencing in the past, on specialoccasions (but I think
      >> it was with the co-operation of others who would normally have been
      >> sharing the connection at Fantsuam and who held back on our behalf).
      >>
      >> Taking the long view we are very interested in how all digitaltechnologies
      >> can support learning at the proposed Midlands Universityof Technology
      >> (Midlands Uni Tech) as it develops. The connectionsbetween Midlands Uni
      >> Tech, Attachab Eco-village, Dadamac Learners, andthe Cisco acadamy at
      >> Fantsuam Foundation, all point towards overlapwith the interests of Global
      >> Villages and also with the use ofinteractive digital video.
      >>
      >>
      >> Professional dreampartners
      >>
      >> I love the expression you used, asking me to encourge my"professional
      >> dreampartners" to apply. It got me thinking - whatexactly would that mean,
      >> and who would my own "professional dreampartners" be? I guess it would be
      >> people who have helped me shapei deas and dreams and plans. I guess the
      >> word "professional" points to a"working/studying" context (rather than
      >> personal life). I assume"professional" is not there to distinguish between
      >> paid and unpaid work (as in professional or amateur).
      >>
      >> My professional dreampartners .... I guess it would be easier toname them
      >> if I worked with people in a team, on a regular basis, in a shared
      >> physical location, doing creative work - the people there mightbe my
      >> "dreampartners". But I don''t belong in that environment.
      >>
      >> So who are my dream-partners? Who are the people who help me to dream and
      >> to realise my dreams about education and ICT and teh changing nature of
      >> learning opportunities in the 21st century? I guess you could say that
      >> anyone who has helped me to bounce ideas around and develop them has been
      >> a dream partner - even if only for a very short fragmentof a dream. Howver
      >> I think that to count as a full dreampartner peopleneed to be around for
      >> longer, and have greater areas of shared interest- so perhaps my
      >> professional dreampartners are people who I recognise as my teachers and
      >> enablers.
      >>
      >>
      >> Teachers and enablers
      >> Who then are my teachers and enablers? These are the ones who first spring
      >> to mind:
      >>
      >> John Dada:
      >>
      >> John's vision and projects in rural Nigeria gives me
      >> practicalopportunities for innovative collaborative work related to
      >> newapproaches to learning.
      >>
      >> Andrius Kulikauskas:
      >>
      >> Through his "Orchard of Thoughts" (Minciu Sodas), AndriusKulikauskas gave
      >> me the online space to explore any ideas I wanted to, and, like a bee
      >> buzzing from tree to tree, he cross-pollinated my ideas and thoughts with
      >> those of others in Minciu Sodas (introducing me to so many wonderful
      >> people and groups along the way). Having free use of his facilities
      >> (especially the inter-related discussion groups and the chat room) has
      >> enabled me to try things out in practice as well as discussing them, and
      >> his open and challenging discussions of thorny issues has also been a
      >> great stimulus to my own thinking. To me, my time at Minciu Sodas has
      >> given me opportunities for study and research that I might otherwise only
      >> have got by enrolling for a higer degree at a traditional university.
      >>
      >>
      >> Helmut Leitner:
      >>
      >> Helmut helped me to "get unstuck" with Dadamac by offering hisknowledge of
      >> pattern-languages as a framework, and then giving me histime for regular
      >> weekly sessions of thinking things through.
      >>
      >>
      >> Limiting the list
      >>
      >> This list of people who help me to learn could go on and on -ranging from
      >> people who help me think in theoretical ways to people whohelp me to do
      >> very practical things. However, you won't want my fulllist, just those are
      >> interested in Streaming, Sharing and Learning(SSL) -- The options for and
      >> the use of Interactive Digital Video overlong distances in adult
      >> education. Also your workshop is limited topeople in Europe. I think that
      >> narrows it down to some academics Iconnect with - and you.
      >>
      >> Including academics
      >>
      >> To be honest, I am reluctant to encourage academics to take yourprecious
      >> places, as academics are able to go to so many other workshopsall the time
      >> at no cost to themselves. However, we do want to helpenable communication
      >> between practitioners and academics and it is hardfor practitioners to
      >> attend the conferences where academics gather, soperhaps this might be an
      >> opportunity to cross that divide. if you areencouraging academics (or "an
      >> academic") to attend let me know and Iwill pass the information on.
      >>
      >> Pam
      >>
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