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Don’t Get Duped Online: The Power of Mindful Communication in Troubling Times
The session discusses original research to demonstrate how faculty members can facilitate the use of mindful communication online with contemporary college students by: 1) defining deceptive messages, 2) promoting thoughtful media literacy, and 3) encouraging proactive engagement in mediated contexts.

Attendees of this FREE WEBINAR will learn to:

- identify the significance of deceptive communication in situations involving diverse communities online.
- clarify the role of mindfulness in online communication with members of distinct cultural groups.
- facilitate the expression of thoughtful messages with members of different traditions, using helpful or supportive content online.

All registrants are given a complimentary handout with tools to cope with relational distress during daily discussion with others.

The presenter, Dr. José I. Rodríguez (California State University, Long Beach) fuses a lecture-type webinar with an interactive, small-group session via Zoom – giving attendees a hands-on opportunity for dialogue and collaborative engagement among participants.

Not sure if you can make it? Register anyway and receive a recorded version!

Mar 4, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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