From Vishakapatnam, To Anywhere

We’ve all heard how technology is rapidly changing the way we communicate with one another. But what isn’t always mentioned is the fact that technology changes the type of communication we have, and the results of those interactions as well.

In October, I led a video discussion that was broadcasted to 25 University sites in Pakistan. A few weeks ago, the South Asia Institute broadcasted another conference – this time on anti-corruption efforts in China, Russia, and India – to 13 universities in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.

More and more, groups from around the world have found new ways of participating in conversations that they never had access to until now, and intellectually connecting with people all around the globe.

 

 

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