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I am looking for people who are interested to prepare and permute together a MOOC on Applied Improvisation

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I am looking for people who are interested to prepare and permute together a MOOC on Applied Improvisation (main language English perhaps with regional “mutations” :-) ). More details see this “one pager” https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxT4XJS8vtbYU2h5WUM4TWszZXM/edit?usp=sharing!

With some people of this organization-team I want to offer a small workshop in Berlin about the connections between Social Media and Improvisation and aspects named in the “one pager”. It will be the starting point for the improvMOOC, which after that will last about five weeks.

One important point: There is no money in this project. The work in the organization team of the improvMOOC will be honorary and we will be rewarded with meeting people in the whole world, their ideas, dreams and plans.

So if you are interested to join me on this journey contact me via info@cfreisleben.net (I' m also on the AIN http://appliedimprov.ning.com/profile/ChristianFFreislebenTeutsche?xg_source=profiles_memberList, twitter @cfreisleben, facebook http://www.facebook.com/christian.f.freislebenteutscher, LinkendIn and google+).

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Comment by Christian F.Freisleben-Teutscher on February 27, 2013 at 6:52am

Dear all!

Please forward this idea to your friends, neighbors, job-family, students, milkman... the rate of answers is a bit slow at the moment

Comment by David Ford on April 9, 2013 at 8:25am

Is there a plan for this event? Or is there a working group that wants to develop a plan? Is there more information about the vision of how this might play out or what it could be? 

I read the document above (and probably should read it again since I only have a vague memory), but it seems to me that some shared notion of the goal might be useful. But what do I know. I've never met any people here before, and this is the first I've heard of this whole concept of applied improvisation.

I've been a musical and dance and life improviser for a long time now. I'm a certified Group Motion facilitator. So I come from the artistic side of things, yet I have used these techniques to great effect in my work, more as a way of thinking about problems than in terms of specific problem solving techniques. 

I imagine that might be of interest to others, but I really don't know if it is appropriate or not. It's hard to get a sense of what people here are doing. Is anyone out there? [He asks plaintively] ;-)

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