Warren Center to host ‘Liberating Zoom: Strategies for Better Collaborations’ Sept. 3by Ann Marie Deer Owens Sep. 2, 2020, 10:42 AM
The Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities will host the second installment of its series on creative strategies to make Zoom a more productive, inclusive and engaging space on Thursday, Sept. 3. This session will focus on collaborative work online. Registration is required.
Led by Anna Jackson and Fisher Qua, Liberating Structures is a methodology grounded in the idea that the strategies commonly used to organize collaborative discussion often end up stifling creativity and a sense of belonging.
In this session and others to follow, participants will learn fun ways to generate ideas, facilitate productive conversations and clarify roles and goals in collaborative projects within and across organizations.
Come ready to engage, share and learn new ways to create, foster and maintain collaborative projects online or in person. For more information, email Terry Tripp.