Sunday, August 22, 2010

Basics of CLAM Shared at Greenville's 1st Pecha Kucha Night

On November 12, 2009, Pecha Kucha Night Greenville held Volume 1at The Huguenot Mill at The Peace Center. Clemson University's "Cultural Literacies Across Media" Instructor, Randy Nichols presented to the audience the challenges of communicating in a digital age - and what CLAM is doing to help students meet these challenges in "Helping Johnny Become Digitally Literate."

Pecha Kucha is an innovative presentation format that began in Japan, but is fast becoming a tool in favor with architects, educators, community planners, engineers and artists. Pecha Kucha Nights have sprung up across the globe, and Greenville, SC has now joined the list of progressive cities hosting this engaging communication event.