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Sachi Sekimoto - Multimodality talk - Shared screen with speaker view
Clecio Bunzen
24:08
Hi from Brazil!
Karen Ferreira-Meyers
24:29
Hi everyone, greetings from Eswatini.
Xia Chao
24:44
Hello from Pittsburgh
Denise Newfield
24:50
Hi from S Africa
Gosia Kwiatkowska
26:14
Hello from London
Yanty Wirza
26:21
Hello from Indonesia
Francisca Vidal
27:29
Hello from Brighton
Francisca Vidal
01:22:17
Hi. Are we able to access the recording session afterwards?
Elisabetta Adami
01:22:25
yes
Francisca Vidal
01:22:38
Thanks!
Elisabetta Adami
01:22:42
they are always published on our programme
Karen Ferreira-Meyers
01:32:17
Great talk! Unfortunately, I need to leave now. e-see you next time hopefully.
Yinqiu ZHENG
01:32:27
Thanks for the perfect presentation, and the clip of “nadeko” is really impressive! I was wondering how such kind of retrospective thinking can be reached: is cross-cultural experience a must?
Mel Evans (she/her)
01:33:20
Thank you for a brilliant and thought provoking talk, I look forward to reading the chapter!
Yinqiu ZHENG
01:41:29
Yeah I’m really sorry that I cannot speak now! I’m just thinking about how the idea of entrainment/rhythm is emerged, and whether the experiences of learning and working in another culture/country help get that sensorial feedback
jalcaraz
01:42:52
thkss have to go ... ciao!! thks for organizing
Yinqiu ZHENG
01:43:19
Thank you so much!
Naznin Sultana
01:43:47
Brilliant work!! Thank you for the presentation 😊
Harriet Parry
01:43:52
Could that be extended to the discordance caused by the lack of acknowledgement and understanding of neurodivergence?
dsret
01:50:20
Thank you so much. Your talk has been really thought provoking and I look forward to the book chapter. And Book!!! I have to go teach.
Gregory Boardman
01:50:44
thank you
Yinqiu ZHENG
01:52:16
Thanks again for the talk! Sorry to leave early and bye!
Jiawei Ding
01:52:34
Thanks very much for such an inspiring talk.
Jenifer Ho
01:52:55
Thank you for the fascinating talk!
texnha
01:53:33
Thank you!