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Circles of Innovation: Where Good Ideas Come From

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James May

on 17 June 2016

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Where Good Ideas Come From
Circles of Innovation
As you are waiting for things to begin, please take out your smartphone/smartdevice and download a QR code reader. There should be a variety of FREE QR code reader apps in your device's App Store.My personal favorite is i-nigma
What kinds of things is Valencia doing to create environments where slow hunches can collide? What could we do better?
So...What do you think?
What are you doing as a professor to make sure your ideas collide with those of others across the college?
What are you doing to create environments both in and outside of your classrooms where students have the opportunity to let their ideas collide?
What can we do to increase idea collisions in digital spaces?
The Backchannel explores how Twitter and social media are transforming live presentations – and how you can engage the change.
The term back channel was coined by Victor Yngve, a professor emeritus of Linguistics at the University of Chicago:
Mark Your Calendar!
Our next Circles of Innovation session titled "Don't Be the Lid!" will be happening April 23rd
Thanks for Coming to
"In fact, both the person who has the turn [to speak] and his partner are simultaneously engaged in both speaking and listening. This is because of the existence of what I call the back channel, over which the person who has the turn receives short messages such as 'yes' and 'uh-huh' without relinquishing the turn."
If the premise is true...
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