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Clearer sentences and paragraphs: Make your writing flow better - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Phelan
14:47
Welcome to today's webinar Manage "Clearer sentences and paragraphs: Make your writing flow better" with Cassily Charles
Nicole Phelan
14:58
If you have any technical issues please let me know here
Nicole Phelan
15:29
If you have any questions for Cassily please put them in the Q&A box :)
Jane Phuong
15:56
Happy to see you Mel
Nguyen Huong
16:05
Wonderful for the record.
Nguyen Huong
16:35
Hi Cassily
Jane Phuong
16:52
Hello Cassily and Nicole
Nicole Phelan
17:07
https://www.digitalhealthcrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/HANDOUTClearerSentencesParagraphs.pdf
Nicole Phelan
17:24
Here is the link to the handout :)
Farshid Anvari
19:34
clear - It is not hidden. All can understand it.
Julie
21:05
Hi! I’m an occupational therapist doing a PhD. No pears today!
Nguyen Huong
21:25
Hi, I am second year Ph.D. at Flinders University, studying at Humanities, Arts and Social Science.
Maria Khan
21:26
Hi, I’m Maria. I’ve just started my PhD at the School of Management at QUT Business School, Australia. My research focus is on the changing nature of work, particularly in the gig economy. Just coffee, no fruit
Jayotsna Kalra
21:37
Hey Cassily, I am back after a week. Doing PhD in mobile communication from QUT Brisbane.
Macey Barratt
21:39
hi, I am macey, doing a phd in nursing, at my desk in Canberra. just had a toastie!
Farshid Anvari
21:43
I am writing my thesis. Not much sun here is Sydney. Hung clothes outside
Vicky Cartwright
21:47
Hey :) I'm a 3rd PhD student studying collagen. I'm at QUT in Brisbane. No pears, but apples :)
Gihan Gunasekara
21:50
Gihan, Flinders University, Adelaide.... Research Officer and PhD candidate..... Cyber Security
Arwa Alharbi
22:39
Hi. I’a Arwa. First year phd. I’m from Saudi
Rowina Belapuna
22:49
Hi and from QUT in my second year MPhil. I am on the Gold Coast. My research topic is Co-designing financial management capabilities with community based organisations in PNG
Asuquo Okon
23:00
Hi, I'm Alex doing a PhD in Communication Networks at the University of Canberra. I'll have some pears and apples later today
Jane Phuong
23:06
I'm doing PhD in Canberra, no pear but 2 madarins. I'm doing research on how women conceptualise leadership by exploring their conceptual metaphors.
Hang Tran
23:16
Hang Tran from Vietnam, doing research in Australian media's representation in Indigenous poverty reduction at the University of Canberra
Abdullah Bin Sawad
23:29
Hi, I'm Sawad.I’ve just started my PhD in IT, My research focuson Improving Learner Experience in Online by Using Social network analysis.
Sonia Curll
24:23
can understand on a first read
Millicent Crowe
24:24
Clear - message from author is the same the audience is getting
Gihan Gunasekara
24:24
Make the reader understand
Xiaochi Liu
24:25
I can understand it
Rowina Belapuna
24:33
Makes sense
Abdullah Bin Sawad
24:37
structured well
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
24:42
Understandable and flow
Luz Stefani Sotomayor Valenzuela
24:44
I have a peer assessment to validate it
Annie Hepworth
24:46
makes sense, not complicated
Nguyen Huong
24:47
Easy to understand and smooth flow, persuasive.
SIEW HONG CHAI
24:49
Clear message and understandable
Jane Phuong
24:54
the same meaning as intended by the writer
Farshid Anvari
27:22
I heard in Japan it is reverse. Not sure how it works!
Mengjiong Bai
31:38
I’m just experiencing a ‘keen on complex sentence structure and big words’ stage, makes even my supervisor don't understand what I want to say in my paper draft.
Nguyen Huong
31:55
demonstrate my understanding and arguments.
Gihan Gunasekara
31:59
clearly convey the message....
Nicky Baker
32:40
keep examiners on the same journey I want them
Asuquo Okon
32:40
Convey a compelling and logical argument to the reader
Sonia Curll
32:57
increase chances of publishing
Jenny Care
33:58
My sentences are too long, because I don't structure sentences well and it makes my writing verbose (just like this sentence)...
Nicky Baker
34:23
Is it possible for all participants share their comments with attendees as well as panellists, please?
Nicole Simone
34:48
Sorry
Michelle Watson
34:53
Yes thanks Nicky, I was wondering why I'm not seeing all the comments that Cassily is talking about :-)
Naila Mukhtar
35:20
oh sure - just saw the option
Jenny Care
35:23
For some reason the chat defaults to panellists only
Roheena Tahir
37:02
just change your settings, click on the blue option and you will see two options.
Mary Cassar Carter
37:08
Try clicking on panelists and scroll to panelists and attendees
Rana Dadpour
38:38
Planner!
Annie Hepworth
38:39
definitely a planner!
Anggelia Essi Christian
38:42
drafter
Michelle Watson
38:42
Definitely a drafter!
Robyn da Silva
38:43
I'm a drafter
Kathleen (Kate) Jurgens
38:43
Im a drafter
Nicky Baker
38:45
Drafter
Douglas Boothey
38:46
drafter
rachael beldham-collins
38:47
Planner
Naila Mukhtar
38:47
drafter
Yaser Paracha
38:47
Drafter
Maria Khan
38:47
a bit of both, leaning towards planner
Jenny Care
38:48
Not sure
Millicent Crowe
38:48
Not sure! I think I need to do some more writing to find out …
Ramiz Ali
38:50
I think a bit of both
Farshid Anvari
38:55
planner and drafter
Rowina Belapuna
38:56
a bit of both
suzi nolan
38:57
drafter
Linda Bennison
38:58
Planner
Kristina Chelberg
38:59
Mostly drafter
Asuquo Okon
39:00
more of a drafter than a planner
Luz Stefani Sotomayor Valenzuela
39:11
Think an integration of both would be great
Rachael Wilks
39:17
depends how much time I have!
Libby Hammond
39:34
You mentioned this last week and I have been drafting because I have been told to write. I am now planning and I feel like I am in more control and structured in my writing.
Farshid Anvari
40:02
Get attached to writing and cannot delete
Julie
40:03
Can you repeat what the planner does?
Jenny Care
40:46
I think I'd like to be a planner but don't seem to be a very good one
Julie
40:56
Work on clarity during then?
Julie
41:15
Thanks!
Yaser Paracha
41:51
How can we transition from a drafter to planner
Jenny Care
42:33
Good questons Yasar
Libby Hammond
43:36
I have found paragraph labelling helpful in going from drafting to planning.
Farshid Anvari
49:46
index
Ramiz Ali
49:55
sign posting
Yaser Paracha
49:55
table of contents
Jenny Care
49:56
topic sentences
Nicole Simone
49:58
glossary of terms
Rowina Belapuna
49:59
subheadings
Yaser Paracha
50:02
headings
suzi nolan
50:16
introduction stating what you are going to be addressing
Yaser Paracha
50:19
mostly last sentences of paragraphs
Rowina Belapuna
50:23
sentence links
Yaser Paracha
55:57
Yes
Farshid Anvari
55:58
Science paper all insist to tell
Anggelia Essi Christian
55:59
agree
Jenny Care
56:00
Yep
Peta Harbour
56:00
Still here :)
Mary Cassar Carter
56:01
all ears
Shashank Gupta
56:01
yup
Naila Mukhtar
56:03
agree
Xiaochi Liu
56:03
hear hear
Millicent Crowe
56:05
Breathing!
Rowina Belapuna
56:05
yes
Thilini Salpahewage
56:27
yes
Jenny Care
58:40
last sentence moves to th eoutline
Peta Harbour
59:20
Content first, then topic starts with "this essay examines," outline starts with "this essay will first"?
Jenny Care
59:22
This essay starts the topic
Yaser Paracha
59:23
The last sentence is the the outline
Shashank Gupta
59:35
I think last sentence can
Sophiya Dulal
59:41
Yes this is clear
Yaser Paracha
59:42
Yes
Ramiz Ali
59:42
"this essay examines" tells us the aim of the writing...and the las sentence tells us the outline
Naila Mukhtar
59:43
outline is there in last sentence
Rowina Belapuna
59:46
The last sentence
Gihan Gunasekara
59:49
yes..
Sophiya Dulal
59:50
yes
Mengjiong Bai
59:54
yes
Michelle Watson
59:58
Yes, the last sentence sets that up
Rowina Belapuna
59:58
yes
Yaser Paracha
01:00:01
Educational landscape of Afghanistan
Jenny Care
01:00:03
Education landscape is next paragraph and then specific factors
Sophiya Dulal
01:00:03
Educational landscape of Afghanistan
Yaser Paracha
01:00:10
then specific factors
Sophiya Dulal
01:00:23
And factors affecting the access to school
Yaser Paracha
01:00:23
going on from demographics,
Nicole Phelan
01:00:30
Here is the link to the recording of 'Critical writing part one'. https://zoom.us/rec/play/0334iqfUsMhcTz7AQJeglBpvBs_fTXhWKElcc6WbJ1NSDGTo6zV99Wd2MeTRxiTRSP1QbBSXQCaJOT_q.tZ6d5De4sGhVWZZR?autoplay=true&startTime=1599552135000Here is a link to the recording of 'Critical writing part two'. https://zoom.us/rec/play/L51bz9Y-B_36esWxz2CvfT4MwX-XPg7mzx6n6ICaZZ27BvASevWsLWHh66Wdrf0FJJTNuTnaoJR3l_dx.MZlNhMDMXRixY4aC?autoplay=true&startTime=1599638405000
Yaser Paracha
01:00:34
geograpaphy
Sonia Curll
01:00:36
gender and birth order
Xiaochi Liu
01:00:37
gender, birth order
Farshid Anvari
01:00:37
gender
Adaeze
01:00:38
gender
Michelle Watson
01:00:41
Culture, gender
suzi nolan
01:00:42
gender and birth order
Jenny Care
01:00:42
gender, war
Tracy Kakyo
01:00:45
gender birth order
Asuquo Okon
01:00:47
Gender and birth oder
Rowina Belapuna
01:00:49
culture
Sophiya Dulal
01:01:04
Infrastructure, socio-economic, gender, age, parents education,
Alison Dymmott
01:01:10
role of gender, birth order and opportunities,
Maria Khan
01:01:18
context - first four sentences/ topic - this essay examines - outline is the last sentence
Sarah Turnbull
01:01:25
poverty
Nicky Baker
01:02:03
yes more confident
Jenny Care
01:02:11
Not aware before today
Alison Dymmott
01:02:24
I don't think I do the outline well
Michelle Watson
01:02:25
Wonderful thank you so much :-)
Ramiz Ali
01:02:27
Yes, all good. I have been asked to do this by my supervisors
Nicky Baker
01:02:30
I'm a drafter so this is really helpful
Yaser Paracha
01:02:30
one thing is that tenses are mixed in it
Farshid Anvari
01:03:04
Most science paper give same outline
Nicole Phelan
01:07:46
https://www.digitalhealthcrc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/HANDOUTClearerSentencesParagraphs.pdf
Nicole Phelan
01:07:54
Handout if any one missed it
Jenny Care
01:08:17
Yes
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:08:56
clear
Millicent Crowe
01:09:07
Am I alone in that I can't see this paragraph in the handout? (minor thing cos we can see it in on the screen)
Jennifer Sun
01:09:20
Same here
Yaser Paracha
01:09:41
Same here
Libby Hammond
01:10:05
me too
Jenny Care
01:10:27
Two major reasons
Xiaochi Liu
01:10:28
two major reasons
Hang Tran
01:10:28
two major reasons
Nicky Baker
01:10:34
not the only factors
Sophiya Dulal
01:10:35
Two major reasons
Annie Hepworth
01:10:35
two major reasons
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:10:36
two major reasons
Jenny Care
01:12:40
This is great Cassily
Nicole Simone
01:13:08
Does the mindmap function in NVivo break down each topic that you should include in each paragraph?
Rachael Wilks
01:15:43
Is it common to break downa topic sentence into multiple sentences?
Millicent Crowe
01:15:44
all g
Jenny Care
01:15:47
More information on labelling
Jenny Care
01:16:06
please :)
Asuquo Okon
01:16:36
Can a topic sentence spill into multiple paragraphs?
Jenny Care
01:17:17
Got it, that's terrific.....thanks!
Nicky Baker
01:17:25
That's brilliant!
Yaser Paracha
01:19:24
In paragraph, I was told one topic per paragraph... are we still on it or in academic has it evolved?
Sonia Curll
01:22:46
Sociological research has been criticised for two
Farshid Anvari
01:23:19
critical of social structure
Jayotsna Kalra
01:24:33
1. Ignoring individual disposition of students.
Jenny Care
01:24:50
The sociology of school persistence and attrition has two main criticisms, social structure and individual passivity
Jayotsna Kalra
01:25:02
2. Treating students as passive recipients.
Robyn da Silva
01:25:02
The sociological perspective of research has two main criticisms.
suzi nolan
01:25:18
There are two problems with the sociological perspective which may influence the outcomes.
Sophiya Dulal
01:25:21
Sociological perspective has been criticised and has main two drawbacks.
Asuquo Okon
01:25:21
Sociology research has been criticized for two main factors: social structures and norms and, the treatment of individuals as passive recipients
Millicent Crowe
01:25:25
The sociological perspective has faced some criticism as it ignores factors about individuals.
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:25:26
topic: sociological perspective which is ignoring individuals
Sophiya Dulal
01:26:08
Sociological perspective has been criticised for two main drawbacks.
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:26:36
focusing only on environmental forces for 'social address' studies: social structure, norms, and treat individual as passive recipient
Rowina Belapuna
01:27:33
There are 2 main criticisms about sociological perspectives
Jenny Care
01:28:39
Cassily is it better to reveal the criticisms or just topic sentence
Jenny Care
01:29:17
Sophia's topic sentence did not introduct the issues
Jenny Care
01:29:26
I like it but wondered
Yaser Paracha
01:29:31
Can lists and sequence follow a topic sentence
Jenny Care
01:29:43
Sociological perspective has been criticised and has main two drawbacks.
Lijun Summerhayes
01:30:29
what about transitional sentences? When transiting from one topic to another topic, do you put it at the end of a paragraph, or at the beginning of the next paragraph
Jenny Care
01:30:40
Yes, that makes sense, I introduced the probs but Sophia's was great
Jenny Care
01:31:44
Sorry Sophiya - misspelt your name :(
Lijun Summerhayes
01:31:48
That s awesome, thanks for the tips Cassily !
Thilini Salpahewage
01:32:30
audio quality
Rana Dadpour
01:32:31
oh no
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:32:37
ooo
Annie Hepworth
01:32:43
good now
Jayotsna Kalra
01:32:51
its better now
Rana Dadpour
01:32:52
better
Michelle Watson
01:32:54
good now
Jenny Care
01:32:55
much better
Mary Cassar Carter
01:33:01
It sounded like a crossed line with white noise
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:33:03
much better
Thilini Salpahewage
01:33:45
thanks...better now
suzi nolan
01:35:18
it is good volume now
Millicent Crowe
01:35:20
Your audio has returned to normal volumne now!
Mengjiong Bai
01:35:21
it's better
rachael beldham-collins
01:35:26
its working well now
Michelle Watson
01:35:32
It's all good now Cassily
Mary Cassar Carter
01:35:33
It was only a short, loud burst
Yaser Paracha
01:35:59
Working well now
Millicent Crowe
01:45:50
so first verb is always the break between theme and rheme?
Nicky Baker
01:45:55
Context is king!
Kristina Chelberg
01:46:08
Interesting - not heard this before. Great tip!
Xiaochi Liu
01:46:12
old information before new information
Lijun Summerhayes
01:46:45
Would supporting sentences be different between 1st sentence or 3rd topic sence
Jenny Care
01:47:11
The last sentence is so much shorter and clearer than the middle sentence
Jenny Care
01:48:05
grab bag of ideas
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:48:05
no links between sentences
Kathleen (Kate) Jurgens
01:48:07
too much and disconnected
Yaser Paracha
01:48:07
behaviors, effects, mixed up
Xiaochi Liu
01:48:08
not very flow
Jane Phuong
01:48:09
many passive sentences
Michelle Watson
01:48:10
very disjointed all over the place
Rachael Wilks
01:48:11
seems like its just a list
Millicent Crowe
01:48:12
the theme and rheme could be swapped?
Abdullah Bin Sawad
01:48:12
it's not linked well
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:48:18
not connected well
Jenny Care
01:48:20
All good stuff though
Mary Cassar Carter
01:48:23
A list of sentences that happen to be in the same para
Lijun Summerhayes
01:48:51
for the 1st topic sentence, would supporting sentences be more focused on explaining on “sociological research” (theme) or the theme (social structure and norms”
Mengjiong Bai
01:48:57
too much words
Jenny Care
01:49:21
fastest?
Asuquo Okon
01:49:24
found
Yaser Paracha
01:49:29
growing
Michelle Watson
01:49:31
found
Shashank Gupta
01:49:34
abrupt writing
Nicky Baker
01:49:48
new
Jenny Care
01:49:50
New
Yaser Paracha
01:49:53
new
Anggelia Essi Christian
01:49:57
internet use=surfing the net
Farshid Anvari
01:50:09
assumed all know it
Nicky Baker
01:50:24
no
Jenny Care
01:50:24
No
Michelle Watson
01:50:25
no
Yaser Paracha
01:50:25
no
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:50:27
no
Mengjiong Bai
01:50:28
no
Nicky Baker
01:50:33
no
Michelle Watson
01:50:35
no
Rui Huang
01:50:36
no
Mengjiong Bai
01:50:37
no
Yaser Paracha
01:50:37
no
Naila Mukhtar
01:50:37
no
Jenny Care
01:50:38
No
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:50:38
no
Farshid Anvari
01:50:52
don't you think it is assumed as known info
Jenny Care
01:52:11
Lovely
Naila Mukhtar
01:52:14
better
Millicent Crowe
01:52:14
WAAAAY BETTER
suzi nolan
01:52:19
yes much better
Nicky Baker
01:52:20
bit better
Xiaochi Liu
01:52:22
better
Lijun Summerhayes
01:52:24
yes, it has improved a lot, flows better
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:52:28
well connected structure
Michelle Watson
01:52:33
improved but still not 100%
Asuquo Okon
01:53:02
version 2 is better but there is still no link between sentences
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:54:11
hub of wheel connection...good explanation
Nicky Baker
01:55:03
this one is much better!
Yaser Paracha
01:55:03
better
Naila Mukhtar
01:55:09
way better
Luz Stefani Sotomayor Valenzuela
01:55:11
better structure
Yaser Paracha
01:55:11
some links and lists
Jenny Care
01:55:16
goes further
Michelle Watson
01:55:17
better flow
Shashank Gupta
01:55:22
well structured
Asuquo Okon
01:55:25
This is way better! Establishes links between sentences
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:55:33
chain link
Jenny Care
01:55:38
they've been grouped
Nicky Baker
01:55:42
also has an outline
Lijun Summerhayes
01:55:44
they link back to rheme
Michelle Watson
01:55:48
linking back to the end of the previous sentence
Naila Mukhtar
01:55:51
back to theme
Rui Huang
01:55:51
addictive behaviour, face to face contact, serious probelms
Mary Cassar Carter
01:55:53
Flows and adds info
Xiaochi Liu
01:55:59
to the end of previous sentence
Farshid Anvari
01:56:42
is the previous one is a dot point presenation
Jenny Care
01:56:49
That's a great pick up Lijun
Lijun Summerhayes
01:57:15
thanks Jenny! :-)
Nicky Baker
01:57:41
This is a really helpful approach for the second attempt at a journal where the word count is 1500 words less!
Michelle Watson
01:58:05
very helpful
Nicky Baker
01:58:08
*manuscript attempt in a second journal
Yaser Paracha
01:58:37
back to the topic sentence
Jenny Care
01:58:38
A sentence for each rheme
Millicent Crowe
01:58:38
all link back to topic sentence rheme
Naila Mukhtar
01:58:48
theme is last three sentences go back to rheme in first sentence
Michelle Watson
01:58:51
all link back to topic sentence and not the rheme
Mengjiong Bai
01:58:53
all the sntences
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:59:04
link back to topic
Rui Huang
01:59:07
theme of each sentences link to the outline of topic sentence
Lijun Summerhayes
01:59:07
back to rhyme again, with parallel supporting sentences
Michelle Watson
01:59:15
still flows and is readable but worry about the jumping back to the topic sentence
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
01:59:26
still flows
Nguyen Huong
01:59:43
the rest sentences are supporting sen to the topic
Rachael Wilks
02:00:12
this is useful for scientific writing, where lists are more accepted
Anggelia Essi Christian
02:00:20
ok
Alimila Hayixibayi
02:00:24
very clear
Jayotsna Kalra
02:00:27
All good
Jenny Care
02:00:28
terrific stuff
Jenny Care
02:00:56
all I need to do is figure out how to do it myself
Jenny Care
02:03:04
Cassily you've been discussing the tool kit for use in a thesis, would it be as useful in writing a manuscript (results section for example)?
Michelle Watson
02:03:48
this is wonderful, thank you so much.
Lijun Summerhayes
02:04:27
I second Michelle
Jenny Care
02:04:38
I third Michelle
Naila Mukhtar
02:04:43
sorry I missed the tool kit part. what tool kit is it?
Jenny Care
02:05:07
All the material we've been discussing, Cassily referred to it as a toolkit
Naila Mukhtar
02:05:21
Ok thanks Jenny
Jenny Care
02:05:38
No problem :)
Jenny Care
02:06:19
I think I'm going to start dreaming about rhemes lol
Jenny Care
02:06:36
Reread my manuscript
Nguyen Huong
02:06:50
review my writing
Mengjiong Bai
02:06:54
first reread my manuscript
Michelle Watson
02:06:56
revisit all my thesis writing and make necessary changes/adjustments
Tracy Kakyo
02:06:56
examine for links in my paragraphs
Anggelia Essi Christian
02:07:14
reread
Michelle Watson
02:07:21
and try to become a planner rather than an "all over the place" drafter
Naila Mukhtar
02:07:25
go though my recent manuscript and see what I have done:D
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
02:07:29
Lots of writing, including my 1st year drsfts
Lijun Summerhayes
02:07:31
I will use this toolkit checklist to review and rewrite my confirmation report
Annie Hepworth
02:07:34
learnt so much from today's session so will be going through my manuscript
Nicky Baker
02:07:34
Leave it to the editing phase - have to get the ideas on page first
Kristina Chelberg
02:07:41
Great tools to use when can’t get paragraph right
Michelle Watson
02:07:46
agreed, but drafting doesn't seem to be working for me :-)
Jenny Care
02:07:46
and take the results section, each para and rework to probably create the long distance type of writing
Shashank Gupta
02:08:26
Going to reveiw my thesis writing
Naila Mukhtar
02:08:36
Thanks Cassily, it is really helpful
Mengjiong Bai
02:08:57
It seems I need to review the tool kit first( a bit blurry)
Rachael Wilks
02:09:28
Do you think bullet points or lists have a place in writing
Jane Phuong
02:10:08
Thank you Cassily, Mel and Nicole
Anggelia Essi Christian
02:10:14
Thank you!
Jenny Care
02:10:17
this has been soooo great. Thank you Cassily, Mel and Nicole
Rowina Belapuna
02:10:18
Thanks
Rui Huang
02:10:19
Thanks
Libby Hammond
02:10:21
Thank you
Mengjiong Bai
02:10:22
Thank you ~
Annie Hepworth
02:10:22
Thank you - great session with great practical stips
Nguyen Huong
02:10:23
Thanks everyone, it is very useful.
Nuwan Suriyaarachchi
02:10:23
thank you very much
Hang Tran
02:10:25
Thank you very much
Michelle Watson
02:10:26
thanks for organising this wonderfully informative session
Annie Hepworth
02:10:26
tips!
Nicky Baker
02:10:35
Brilliant session, very helpful, thank you.
Monojit Chakma
02:10:37
Thank you all
Millicent Crowe
02:10:44
Thank you Cassily and Dr Mel!
Kristina Chelberg
02:10:45
Thanks!
Tracy Kakyo
02:10:46
Thanks Cassily and Dr Mel. its always helpful attending these webinars
Lijun Summerhayes
02:10:52
Many thanks for another fantastic session Cassily!
Shashank Gupta
02:11:03
Thank you Cassily.
Rachael Wilks
02:11:04
Thanks all!
Anggelia Essi Christian
02:11:05
will join for tomorrow session
Anggelia Essi Christian
02:11:08
cant wait
Mengjiong Bai
02:11:12
me too
rachael beldham-collins
02:11:14
Many thanks its been fantastic!
Douglas Boothey
02:11:17
Many thanks Cassily
Alimila Hayixibayi
02:11:28
thank you Cassily!
Mary Cassar Carter
02:11:28
Thank you Cassily, Dr Mel and Natalie
Jayotsna Kalra
02:11:29
Thank you.