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What is a LEO Talking Circle?

(Note: feature pending)

There is currently no open chat feature for LEO Network members. There will, however, soon be a chat feature for authors engaged in developing an observation or project report. This is called a Talking Circle.

The Talking Circle, a concept borrowed from indigenous traditions, allows members engaged in an observation or project to have a private discussion about the event and the content for the observation report.

The conversation that occurs is recorded in text comments like a chat room, but the discourse is only available to the invited members, not the general membership. The idea is to provide a private place for ongoing dialogue and collaboration within the writing team.

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Last Updated May 25, 2016

In a talking circle members have a direct and open connection with all of those involved in the discussion about a specific observation.