Rajdeep Gupta Effective Strategies for Virtual International Collaboration
April 28, 2016, 8:30 a.m. CDT (-5 GMT)

The STC Academic SIG invites faculty and students to join Rajdeep Gupta as he discusses Virtual International Collaboration.

The free, online webinar will take place in Adobe Connect on April 28, 2016, at 8:30 a.m. CDT (-5 GMT). Note the speaker is based in India.

Register below for the webinar, and we will send you login instructions the day prior to the event.

If a faculty member wishes to project the webinar in a classroom setting or to a student organization, please register for yourself and indicate your intent to share the webinar with a group (e.g., Dr. Mary Smith & TW class of 22).

Topic: Based on the collaborations conducted with different groups of American, Chinese, and Indian students, Rajdeep discusses the principles of effective strategies for conducting virtual international collaborations with students in technical communication. International collaboration has expanded student and instructor learning and has opened up intriguing possibilities. The presentation can assist instructors to develop successful virtual intercultural collaborations that prepare students for the workplace.

Profile: Rajdeep Gupta has 10+ years' experience in Technical Communication, Sales and Marketing, Project Management, and Translation. He has worked for Infosys, Misys, and Author-it before starting Blue Dots Consultancy Services. At present, he is the Managing Director of Blue Dots. He has approximately 3500 training hours teaching professionals such as software developers, technical writers, project managers and others in XML and DITA, Cloud, CMS, and Customer Focused Documentation. Rajdeep is a former STC India Chapter President and has also held several other chapter officer roles. In 2012, he received the STC Distinguished Chapter Service Award. Rajdeep has an MBA in Information Systems and a Diploma in Cyber Laws.

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