Live Blogging From The 7iber Workshop! August 2, 20081 min read Saturday. Wild Jordan. 10:00am 10:30am 11:00am Coffee. 12:46pm Lunch. 2:57pm 4:00pm Sharing is Caring:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) RELATED STORIES
Was the workshop held in Arabic or English?
in arabic 🙂
It was really a great way of interaction and meeting the real people behind their blogs,and knowing more about the blogsphere. I want to salute you for your promptness in covering the event, I was sitting next to you, and I was really impressed with the way of your coordination between writing and taking photos and uploading them to 7iber.com website. Of course, great thanks to Mariam , Ramsey and Lina for all their efforts,Jordan must be proud to have such young people. Hope to see more events in the near future….good luck
That sounds very interesting, and I feel sorry I didnt know about it.
How can someone knows about these workshops? I am very interested in the topic of media, laws, regulations, policy and citizenship as I have a degree in media and communications regulations and policy and would appreciate knowing about such events.
great work indeed 🙂
Nas, very interesting activity. Thanks for letting us know what went on (you know, we sad, unspecial, uninvited, teehee). Seriously, if anyone gets a chance to translate the Word document into English, I’d be fascinated to see it.
Nada: Thanks! And it was great to meet you. Hope to see you attending future workshops or even seeing you write for 7iber!
Dima & MommaBean: I thought I’d answer both inquries at the same time. We didn’t promote it heavily because we were afraid too many people would show up (we were on a budget). To be fair though, we did announce registration on the site and we did advertise a bit on Facebook, which is how many of those that attended found out about it.
In any case, as we go evolve so will our audience target (inshallah).
I just stumbled upon this site and read about the workshop. Sounds really interesting! Will your organization be holding any events in English in the near future?
Dan, yeah hopefully in the future we can have one in english as well. our target audience was a bit different here, hence the arabic. i’d be lying if i said we didn’t learn a lot from hosting the first workshop, because we absolutely did and that’s a good thing. that being said, we’re in the process of developing a mechanism where it can be done in both english and arabic at the same time.