Kadri Seeder
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  • Tööandjate Maja, Tallinn, Kiriku 6
  • Estonia
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Where do you work?
Smart Work Association
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What does your organization do (100-word description)
The Smart Work Association is an organisation that brings together all smart work knowhow in Estonia and offers various support services to parties interested in implementing smart working.
What digital skills training or activities do you or does your organization offer (if any)?
Smart e-office programme for NGO-s and SMSs-
Number of digital competence centres linked to your organization (if any)
Your function and/or responsibilities related to digital skills training and empowerment
Project manager
How did you learn about this community?
I got involved through a telecentre-europe event

Kadri Seeder's Blog

Estonian pupils' video acknowledged by professionals (GOW14 in Estonia)

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 8:30 0 Comments

The Kolga secondary school video competition titled “Smart Learning” was won by 9th graders with a video called “How much longer – Kolga special”

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6OKVucWmB8) The video was a parody of a popular Estonian TV consumer programme “How much longer”, which is produced by OÜ…


Räpina Youth Centre: such events as GOW are great for youngsters (GOW 2014 in Estonia)

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 8:26 0 Comments

Räpina Youth Centre, in the South-East corner of Estonia, organised several events for youngsters as part of the European Get Online Week. They made the most of the campaign by talking about things that interest young people. One of their events – a youth to youth training session – discussed what learning opportunities there were on the Internet for children and young people. The talk then moved on to possible dangers of web surfing and cyber bullying. Online quizzes and…


Teleworkers with young children supporting each other (GOW2014 in Estonia)

Posted on May 9, 2014 at 8:21 0 Comments


About 60 kilometres east of capital Tallinn, in a picturesque coastal nature reserve operates non-profit association Lahemaa Teleworking and Training Centres (Lahemaa KKK). The association supports people who work flexibly by offering well-equipped furnished office facilities in Kolga Village Centre and organising employment mediation and training…


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