Introducing my newest batch of intercultural explorers (#CRS400)

The new semester is off and running here at Syracuse University London, and I have a whole new group of students in my Intercultural Communication & Social Media class.  If you’re new to this blog, this course is a fusion of two subjects not often studied together.  So we use social media to explore culture, and culture to explore social media.

One of the course requirements is to write a self-reflective intercultural journal in the form of a blog, with weekly posts on assigned topics.  Throughout the term, I highlight some of the best posts here on my own blog.  We’re two weeks in, so they’re learning their way with both the platform and the topics, but already I’m loving what I’m seeing.  I invite you to join us in our explorations.  Click on any of the photos under “Blogs I Follow” on the right to read their posts, and feel free to add comments, share tips and join the conversation.

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About Barbara Gibson

Dr Barbara Gibson is a consultant, researcher and lecturer focused on intercultural communication and global business. A social media enthusiast with nearly 20,000 Twitter followers, she has also served as a coach and guide for senior executives to help them find their way in the new world of social media. Her recently completed doctoral research explored “Intercultural Competencies Needed by Global CEOs.” With more than 25 years’ experience as a business communication professional, she has worked with companies worldwide, and is a past international Chair of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). She currently serves as President of the UK chapter of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training & Research (SIETAR). She is on the faculty of Birkbeck College, University of London, where she is programme director for the MA in Intercultural Communication.
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