Purpose of Narijibon Blog

Nari Jibon Project seeks to increase our students’ and staffs’ abilities through different ways: classes, practice, computers, internet, and now the Narijibon Blog. Readers and writers (our students & staff) of the Blog will both learn about our lives, culture, Nature, activities of people in Bangladesh and the Nari Jibon Project.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Nari Jibon 2nd blog workshop /Training- January, 2008

Second workshop of Nari Jibon blog was held on Friday, January 11, 2008 at Nari Jibon. Mr. Shawn of Uncultured project (a former student of Notre dame and blogger of www.uncultured.com) was invited to conduct the workshop/training. Forty four students and fourteen staff attended the workshop. Trainer Mr. Shawn trained the students/staff (bloggers) how to take good picture, and video. He showed the rules of taking good picture and video. He trained the staff on podcast interview. He also shared his experience of visiting Cyclone Sidr affected area (showed picture and video).

Some of Nari Jibon English/Bangla bloggers sang a song ‘We shall over come some day” (both in English and Bangla). One computer student also recited her own writing poem on NJ blog.
Four students were selected and awarded as the best bloggers (Two from English and two from Bangla blog). They are Zannat Ara Amzad (The street beggar), Sherin Sultana (An anecdote of my friend, Mitu), Sufia Khatun (Protivar Bilupti- Abolished talent) and Nafisa Mobassara (Mayer dadur biye—Marriage of mother’s grand father). Three of them were given prize for their good post (one student/best blogger was absent).

Among staff Taslima Akter, Mohtarimun Naher Bipa and Golam Rabbany Sujan were acknowledged for their good effort in the blog activities (posting, Editing, Translation) and also for their good post. Taslima Akter was acknowledged for her video blogging and Video training, Golam Rabbany Sujan for nice post on Cyclone Sird and other good posts and Mohtarimun Naher Bipa for translating, editing and also for her good post ‘In south Asia, Bangladesh is one of the few countries that remain to be explored’. All others bloggers (students/staff) were also acknowledged for their good effort on Nari Jibon blog activities.

Mr. Shawn is briefing on Photo & Video blogging

Mr. Shawn is showing his video that he took from sidr affected areas.

One computer student is reciting her own writing poem on Nari Jibon blog.
Some Nari Jbon students are singing a song (Both in Bangla and English version).
Best blogger in English Zannat Ara Amzad taking prize from Director of Nari Jibon Project.

From left Sherin Sulatan (best bloggers in English), Mr. Shawn,
Nafisa Mobassara (best blogger in Bangla)

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