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Title: Pecha Kucha-Inspired Olympics Forum
Author: Chau, Denise; Alvarez, Fernando; Woolman, Jessica; Weiler, Joseph; Perea, Rodolfo; Brown, Corene; Sidsworth, Robin; Janzen, Stephanie; Fedoruk, Laura; Jessa, Ali R.
Subject Keywords Winter Olympic Games;Olympic Games;Olympics;Olympic Games (Winter);2010 Winter Games;IKBLC;Irving K. Barber Learning Centre;Pecha Kucha
Issue Date: 2010-01-21
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2010-05-25
Series/Report no. IKBLC Olympics Programming; University of British Columbia
Abstract: The Pecha Kucha Style Event was hosted and organized by the The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Olympics Programming Group. Presentations were delivered in the Pecha Kucha format with each presenter using PowerPoint slides displaying 20 images, with each image shown for 20 seconds, allowing entrants a total of six minutes and 40 seconds to explain their ideas before the next presenter. The event theme was "a visual dialogue on the 2010 Winter Games". UBC undergraduate student, Denise Chau, was the moderator. The individual presentations are as follows (in order of appearance): Fernando Alvarez and Rodolfo Perea, "Historical Events, Olympics Games, Memories, and Values,"; Joseph (Joe) Weiler and Robin Sidsworth, "Aboriginal Participation in the 2010 Games,"; Corene Brown and Jessica Woolman, "UBC's Unique Olympic Legacy"; Stephanie Janzen, "Comparing the Host Cities of Vancouver and Torino,"; Laura Fedoruk, "2010 Winter Olympics and Sustainability," Ali R. Jessa, "Redefining 'Vancouverism': Place Image in Vancouver,". Ali R. Jessa's paper for URST 400: Seminar in Urban Studies also entitled, "Redefining 'Vancouverism': Place Image in Vancouver," may also be found in cIRcle.
Affiliation: Other UBC
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/25037
Peer Review Status: Unreviewed
Scholarly Level: Other

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