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Digital Marathon in Volgograd, Russia

The IT for Youth Project center based in the Volgograd State Agricultural University celebrated the ALL DIGITAL Week with the Digital Marathon that started in the university and spread to schools and children's centers in Volgograd and the region.The goal of the marathon was to increase the number of competent, full-fledged and  responsible citizens in a digital society.…See More
Wednesday
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Let’s Jam! It's time to create Virtual Reality Worlds

 Among an incredible diversity of exciting and inspiring events provided by the Togliatti State University within the tenth ALL DIGITAL Week, the first Hackathon on Creating Web based virtual reality (VR) apps (Web VR Jam) was an absolute hit! The hackathon targeted schoolchildren aged from 13 to 18 and aimed to introduce teens to the powerful VR technology, bring them…See More
Apr 24
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Information Technology is Opening Up New Avenues for Deaf People

For most kids at the Kaliningrad boarding school for deaf and hard of hearing children, the first language is Sign Language.  However, they have no trouble discovering the world of information technology, mainly because this world is deaf-friendly.On 31 March 2019, as part of European ALL DIGITAL Week, the Kaliningrad IT for Youth center team conducted an ICT Career…See More
Apr 16
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Robotics Competitions is the Ideal Launching Pad for Creating Future Innovators

ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in the Russian Ursk (a remote Siberian village) after-school coding club was highlighted with the Robotics Competition for junior schoolchildren. The participants experimented with logic ideas using LEGO WeDo kits.To celebrate ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 with young coders, a Computer Science (CS) teacher and coding club mentor from the Ursk remote…See More
Apr 2
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Welcome to Scratch!

The IT for Youth project training center based in the Tomsk regional library started ALL DIGITAL Week with a series of Scratch training events for junior and middle schoolchildren to enable them to gain new skills and hands-on experience in programming. Their first participants were ten kids from one of the…See More
Mar 29
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Global Citizenship Education

The aim of this working group is to create the first European Community on Global Citizenship Education by involving all actors interested in the topic, including: teachers, trainers and youth workers working in formal, non-formal and informal settings (schools, telecentres, youth centres, NGOs etc.); representatives of NGOs, non-profit organisation and civil society; education and training actors; policy makers and all others. This is the group for those willing to support and advocate for the…See More
Oct 8, 2018
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

MOOC for Learning to Code

What is the best way to learn coding?  Over 1,000 participants, who benefited from the opportunity to learn seven popular programming languages during the Week of Code on MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) created by the Togliatti State University lecturer, would surely recommend MOOC!The Week of Code on MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) targeting…See More
Apr 23, 2018
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Embracing the Online World

The ALL DIGITAL Week became a significant event in most regions of Russia, from Kaliningrad through Komsomolsk-on-Amur, enabling over 30,000 people irrespective of age, gender, physical ability, or socio-economic status, to access the opportunities the digital world offers, and acquire and/or increase their digital skills they need to fully participate in society.   Scratch HackathonsTo create additional opportunities for youth in acquiring and mastering their coding and…See More
Apr 16, 2018
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

ALL DIGITAL Week in the Russian Province

The Volgograd region was a great example of the ALL DIGITAL Week  success in Russia. On 19-25 March 2018,  63 libraries of the region hosted 113 events for school children and their parents, students, teachers, and senior citizens.  Over 1,800 people from 11 districts and remote rural areas attended seminars, interactive lectures, master classes, training sessions, and multimedia…See More
Apr 10, 2018
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

Enhancing Digital Skills through Arduino Programming

The IT4Youth project Center based in the Ulyanovsk State University offered a diverse program for school kids of various ages, interests, social and educational backgrounds within the ALL DIGITAL week. During the first three days of the Week the team of trainers and student volunteers organized and held a series of training courses on coding and robotics to encourage youngsters to use…See More
Mar 22, 2018
Gabriela Ruseva liked Bela Tumasova's blog post How to Run an Hour of Code Campaign
Oct 16, 2017
Bela Tumasova and Barbara Quarta are now friends
Mar 24, 2017
Nikos Patselis liked Bela Tumasova's blog post How to Run an Hour of Code Campaign
Mar 16, 2017
Ekaterina Clifford liked Bela Tumasova's blog post HOUR OF CODE IN RUSSIA
Mar 2, 2017
A blog post by Bela Tumasova was featured

HOUR OF CODE IN RUSSIA

The third edition of the Hour of Code campaign in Russia was celebrated on December 5-12, 2016. The week-long initiative was supported by the leading Russian IT companies, Microsoft as well as the Ministry of ICT and the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation that brought it to the National level.The campaign became the biggest educational event in Russia that challenged thousands…See More
Mar 2, 2017
Bela Tumasova and Yulia Gorbunova are now friends
Mar 2, 2017

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PH International
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http://www.ph-int.org/
What does your organization do (100-word description)
PH International’s core values include a belief in strengthening communities and belief in a grassroots approach to solving community problems. Currecntly we have 15 programs in different countries. They are: Community and Professional Development programs, IT programs, Educational Development programs.
What digital skills training or activities do you or does your organization offer (if any)?
Your Course: Digital Literacy
Intel Corporation ITeach for the Future Program
Cisco Networking Academies for Publlic Service (SNAPS) Program
Your function and/or responsibilities related to digital skills training and empowerment
Project Coordinator, Your Course: Digital Literacy Project
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Digital Marathon in Volgograd, Russia

Posted on May 21, 2019 at 17:30 0 Comments

The IT for Youth Project center based in the Volgograd State Agricultural University celebrated the ALL DIGITAL Week with the Digital Marathon that started in the university and spread to schools and children's centers in Volgograd and the region.

The goal of…

Continue

Let’s Jam! It's time to create Virtual Reality Worlds

Posted on April 19, 2019 at 20:00 0 Comments

 Among an incredible diversity of exciting and inspiring events provided by the Togliatti State University within the tenth ALL DIGITAL Week, the first Hackathon on Creating Web based virtual reality (VR) apps (Web VR Jam) was an absolute hit!

 The hackathon targeted…

Continue

Information Technology is Opening Up New Avenues for Deaf People

Posted on April 12, 2019 at 16:00 0 Comments

For most kids at the Kaliningrad boarding school for deaf and hard of hearing children, the first language is Sign Language.  However, they have no trouble discovering the world of information technology, mainly because this world is deaf-friendly.

On 31 March 2019, as part of European ALL DIGITAL Week, the Kaliningrad IT for Youth…

Continue

Robotics Competitions is the Ideal Launching Pad for Creating Future Innovators

Posted on April 1, 2019 at 11:30 0 Comments

ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 in the Russian Ursk (a remote Siberian village) after-school coding club was highlighted with the Robotics Competition for junior schoolchildren. The participants experimented with logic ideas using LEGO WeDo kits.

To celebrate ALL DIGITAL Week 2019 with young coders, a Computer Science…

Continue

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At 11:33pm on October 06, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave Bela Tumasova a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing a third blogpost "Building Partnerships to Extend E-skills Training". Thanks again for participating and good luck!!
At 10:53pm on October 06, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave Bela Tumasova a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing a second blogpost "I can now speak through the Internet!". Thanks again for participating and good luck!!
At 10:31pm on October 06, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave Bela Tumasova a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing the blogpost "Volunteers to Train Deaf Users". Thanks for participating and good luck!
 
 
 

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