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SF research camp in Rogla, SLO

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SF research camp in Rogla, SLO

Time: February 6, 2017 to February 9, 2017
Location: Rogla, Slowenia
Website or Map: http://www.rogla.eu/en/
Event Type: ersearch, gathering, for, practitioners, and, researchers
Organized By: Katalin Hankovszky
Latest Activity: Feb 7

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REGISTRATION OPENED NOW!!

http://bit.ly/researchcamp

Research Camp is a format, where you can combine activities around scientific research on Solution Focus and its applications with winter activities.

Aim of this event is to link people who are interested in (scientific) descriptions of what we do in a solution focused way with our clients.

_gather and introduce completed and ongoing research projects

_inspire fellow researchers with reinforcement and questions

_identify ways and prefered directions, collaborations for further research as far possible.

Dates : 6th-9th of February 2017,

Place: Rogla, Slowenia, register: http://bit.ly/researchcamp

And pls note that there is no fee for this event, you only pay for your stay and meals (EUR 204 in double room, half board for the entire stay)

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Comment by Katalin Hankovszky on February 7, 2017 at 1:18

Hi and I promise I'll check again again this page - so if you want to let us at the research camp know anything, just let us know :)

Comment by Katalin Hankovszky on January 18, 2017 at 23:39

Dear all, there is a beautiful group who'll gather in Rogla, in a redimensioned event of one day in-person gathering on February 8th: Biba, Leah, Mark, Jesper, Norbert, Ute, Monica and me so far. Please register if you still want to join: http://bit.ly/researchcamp so you get the adress as well for booking a discounted hotel room at the venue (Ski and spa in Rogla)

while resizing the in-person-event, my absolute favorite new idea is to keep the dates and use 1 hour per day for online gatherings. My proposal is following:
during 6th: SF and research- what's already there
during 7th: SF academic and practitioner research
during 8th: a hallo from Rogla

during 9th: SF research proposals

in which one do you want to join? what time should we arrange them so you'd want (and be able) to join?

looking forward to hearing from you, Kati

Comment by Marco Matera on December 5, 2016 at 9:34
I miss SOL community could be a first start before Solconference
Comment by carey glassNing Member on September 14, 2016 at 16:11

Thanks so much for imagining this wonderful idea and bringing it to fruition Katalin - it will be great

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