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ValueArt+COM: Experience our Game Changing Scenario!

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© 2014 by Value Communication AG, Mainz/Germany | Gutenberg Painting by Dr. Ying Lin-Sill

 

What is the Real Value of Communication?

 

”The best ibook I have ever created – and also the very first one!“
—Şükran Ceren Salalı, Value Art&Communication Fellow

 

ValueLearnings

  1. A very unique ValueArt+Com project. Composed in Mainz/Germany, the hometown of Johannes Gutenberg and the hometown of the culture of communication.
  2. Dedicated to all of us, to become or to keep smart communicators!
  3. The iBook publishing process will start soon. Via Slideshare you could have a preview (without animations and videos, for sure!).

Background

„The moment I have prepared the scenario for my research project, I wanted it to be something entertaining but serious to provide an effective scientific learning about the real value of communication via experiencing a beautiful city; Mainz as a cultural center of communication. As a Sociology student from Bogazici University, Istanbul, I have created this iBook with a professional analyst, Andreas Weber, in order to showcase the interviews, blog posts and researches we have created as a content for Value Art+Communication Project as a part of my official work in Value Communication AG, Mainz.“


About the iBook

It is all about art and culture as key issues of communication! — The German city Mainz is situated in Rheinland-Pfalz state with a rich cultural and historical environment. Inspired by this 2000-year old city as the hometown of Johannes Gutenberg and the surrounding area as a leading centre of the culture of communication, this interactive ibook edition showcases the real value of communication through photos, videos, animations interviews and texts as the content of a project called Value Art+Communication Project.

 

Our Take:
A unique and entertaining resource to learn about the real value of communication by experiencing the spirit of Mainz, hometown of Johannes Gutenberg.

 

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