We are @VConnecting at #ica17 on May 26

We’ll be VConnecting at #ICA17 in San Diego, California

On Friday, May 26, 2017, Virtually Connecting will be present at the International Communications Association in San Diego for their annual conference, Interventions: Communication Research and Practice, which is taking place May 25-29.

ICA is one of the largest professional organizations for scholars and teachers in the broad field of communications. What really sets apart this year’s ICA conference from many other academic conferences is the effort of Paula Gardner, Program Chair and President Elect of ICA, to be inclusive by featuring women of color and gender non-conforming scholar-activists, artists, and practitioners. The first plenary will feature a dialogue on “Border Interventions,” and the closing plenary will be on “Pedagogical Interventions.”

The session will take place on Friday, May 26th at 1 PM PDT. This time around, Virtually Connecting will be chatting with two speakers from the opening and closing plenaries, micha cárdenas (@michacardenas), Skawennati (@Skawennati), and Leah Komen (@leahkomen1), and will be hosted by two speakers from the closing plenary Anne Cong-Huyen (our on-site buddy, @anitaconchita) and Virtually Connecting celebrity Maha Bali (virtual buddy @Bali_Maha). Ken Bauer (@ken_bauer) will be our other virtual buddy for this session.

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To join the session, leave a comment here or send us a tweet or Direct Message on Twitter (@vconnecting). We will ask for your email address so we can send you a link ahead of the event.

If you can’t join us live, or would like to just watch, you can watch the embedded YouTube below live or see the archived recording later.

The opening plenary will be on Thursday, May 25 at 6PM PDT and will be livestreamed. Because of the unique work of our plenary speakers we advise you watch the livestream ahead of the Virtually Connecting session.

[Livestream here]

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