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"Dear Laia, I cordially invite you for joining a new social network community of ICT for Development Persons with Disabilities and invite all friends in Telecentre community http://ict4dpwd.ning.com Regards Nabil"
Dec 31, 2009
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"Welcome Gabi! que bo veure't per aquí."
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"De nada guapa! a cuidar los meniscos para mas aventuras por quien sabe donde...un abrazo!"
Oct 22, 2009
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Photo Contest - Telecentre.org

Telecentre.org is organizing the FIRST PHOTO CONTEST!Photos make up a major form of content at the telecentre.org website. And because photos have a story of their own to tell, telecentre.org is organizing the very first photo contest in the English website.The contest will run from August 17 to September 17, 2009.As with the recently concluded blog contest, the telecentre.org team hopes to encourage and inspire community members to share their greatest telecentre-related photos and earn…See More
Sep 7, 2009
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Sep 7, 2009
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A vision of students today

a short video summarizing some of the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like...
Sep 7, 2009
Laia Fauró Gual left a comment for Pawel Makowiecki
"THANKS for uploading the pictures :)"
Sep 3, 2009
Laia Fauró Gual commented on Shahid Uddin Akbar's blog post BIID-ULAB Sign MOU on creating & promoting knowledge on ICT for Development
"Thank you Shahid for sharing this information. It is an important step forward!"
Sep 2, 2009

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My organization (if representing one)
Fundación Esplai
Organisation's Website
http://www.fundacionesplai.org
Organisation's Address
C/ Riu Anoia 42-54
08820 El Prat de Llobregat
Barcelona
Spain
What we do as an organization (100-word description)
Fundacion Esplai is a nonprofit organization based in Spain that provides resources and services to support the development and networking of community associations and organizations. Esplai strengthens and involves civil society organizations in the struggle for social inclusion by developing projects, initiatives, and alliances with other social actors, government organizations, and the private sector.
Visit www.fundacionesplai.org to learn more.
My function in the organization
Community Facilitator in Telecentre-europe. Member of the Telecentre.org CF team. Helping in other areas too...
What ICT or e-Skill training programs does my organization offer (if any)?
Visit http://www.esplai.org/infoelearning/
Number of telecentres linked to my organization
200 aprox
How I got in touch with this social network site?
Somebody pointed it to me

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Amy Mahan Research Fellowship Program - Telecentre.org



Telecentre.org is happy to announce the launch of the Amy Mahan Research Fellowship Program to Assess the Impact of Public Access to ICT, a capacity-building component of the Global Impact Study named in honor of Amy Mahan, a dear friend and partner. This fellowship will award up to 12 Research Fellowships to teams of emerging scholars from developing countries in Africa… Continue

Posted on September 28, 2009 at 11:26

Telecentre.org Photo Contest

Some weeks ago we announced the Photo Contest organised by Telecentre.org. It is still running, and differents contribuitions are collected under this photo album:



http://telecentrecommunity.ning.com/photo/albums/telecentreorg-photo-contest



It is interesting to see how telecentres work in different conditions and situations around the world. If you are interested in participating, you still have time!



We will keep you updated about the judging process and… Continue

Posted on September 23, 2009 at 12:23

Photo Contest - Telecentre.org

Telecentre.org is organizing the FIRST PHOTO CONTEST!

Photos make up a major form of content at the telecentre.org website. And because photos have a story of their own to tell, telecentre.org is organizing the very first photo contest in the English website.



The contest will run from August 17 to September 17, 2009.



As with the recently concluded blog contest, the telecentre.org team hopes to encourage and inspire… Continue

Posted on September 1, 2009 at 16:30

An open window in Omnia’s Network

Omnia is a network created by the Catalan Government to work on social inclusion and community development using ICT as the main vehicle. The first Omnia’s telecentre was opened 10 years ago and Esplai Foundation was involved in the growing process since the very beginning until now.



A group of professionals of Esplai leads the Community Facilitator Office (helpdesk) that provides methodological support and analyses the… Continue

Posted on July 2, 2009 at 14:30

New contributions in Telecentre-europe Resources section

There are interesting and new contributions in the Resources section:



- In Training Materials there is a Handbook on Digital Inclusion (thanks to David Banes)

- In Management Tools there are different documents that inform about how to set up a Radio Station (thanks to Roger Harris - Telecentre.org)



In the Off Topic category you can find the Telecentre-europe Executive Summary in many different languages.



I recomend… Continue

Posted on May 7, 2009 at 18:00

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At 8:56 on December 31, 2009, Nabil Eid said…
Dear Laia,
I cordially invite you for joining a new social network community of ICT for Development Persons with Disabilities and invite all friends in Telecentre community
http://ict4dpwd.ning.com
Regards
Nabil
At 19:43 on October 22, 2009, Miguel Raimilla said…
De nada guapa! a cuidar los meniscos para mas aventuras por quien sabe donde...un abrazo!
At 12:59 on March 13, 2009, Weerasinghe Mudiyanselage Chaminda Dissanayake said…
Dear Laia,

Year of English & Information Technology 2009 – Sri Lanka.

Lunama Village is situated near the coastal plain 150 miles far to the down south from Colombo, The capital of Sri Lanka. The main carrier of this villagers are agriculture and fishing industry. DFOLRL [ District Foundation of Literacy at Rural Level ] organization had started and also that organization started an

ICT center of that village in year 2005. Specially rural people can develop their IT knowledge and they can achieve communication facilities from this center as well as they can use Internet and E mail facilities from this. Not only that but also this center helped to develop agriculture and fishing industry. And also information services. Specially build up computer knowledge of this rural children. And also helped from IT technology for the people that doing some different different self employments.

Already rural children had represented to international examinations like e citizen ICDL. Now a days they are following their education with successfully by using computers.
Our organization had got some steps to develop the different government officers and many other parties through out the ICT subject in our district. This year has named as ICT and English language year, by the government. But now these children have a problem. That is they can’t get global knowledge directly because they haven’t good English knowledge.

All Children and youngers who connect with us is studying the English language as subject of their Schools. But they have less chances to use English. Because of that this children weren’t able to be clever in English.

But we try to use the English through the Village. Then we can develop the English knowledge of the people in our Village. and also we try to help them through information technology.

So we kindly ask upon from you please give your ideas and proposals to us, to develop this conditions.

01 The people who can spend their vacation in Sri Lanka and should have a ability to develop the English knowledge of our village children.

02 If you cant do like that you can discuss deferrent idea with our members in Virtual society and can improve their English knowelege by writing to a social Network.

03 If you are a manger of a Tele center you can connect your Tele center holders to our ICT Mini Campus virtual society and can exchange global knowledge.

04 About the online courses you know and that can introduce to our children

05 About the BPO Online jobs that can do by join in with you are center.

If you can help us from one above suggestions please write us. Your ideas will be very valuable for us to bright our children’s Future.

W.M.C.R.K Disanayaka,
D F O L R L Organization,
I C T Mini Campus Virtual Society
At 9:14 on March 11, 2009, Gunadasa Rathnayaka said…
Hi Laia Fauro I am very glad to have you as my tele:friends from spain
FOREWORD COMMENT I am from sri lanka . an Island.situated at the southern tip of india between 60 and100 north and800 and820 east.covring a total areea of65610Kmsri lanka s strategic location in the Indian ocean on the major air and see routes between europe and the fat east is an advantage to the countrys positioning as a global logistics hup.we had a irrigation history.the offical language of sri lanka are sinhala. sinhala being the language of the majority of the population. tamil language is used widely in the northen andeasten parts of the country.English langhuage is widely spoken and understood in the urban centerers and is the language of business and commerce.then today sri lanka is going to ict .I will send more all the details later.with kind regards gunadasa rathnayka-sri lanka
At 11:15 on February 17, 2009, Manjula Krishantha wijayarangana said…
Hi.. Laia,
Our telecentre is going to do a new project. will send more details later. log into the

telecentrekandy.ning.com social network.
Manjula Krishantha Wijayarangana
Batalawatta Nenasala, Sri Lanka
At 18:00 on February 11, 2009, Gunadasa Rathnayaka said…
Hi Laia,

I saw your mail and very happy to see you.and I am in Sri Lanka is a buetiful contry and did you visit Sri Lanka? and I am running an organisation called " Nenalsala" telecentre. And we are looking from you advicing to running telecentre and wish to know about your conytr culture and we hope to get some Training materials, e-learning resources for our telecentre.

When you come to Sri Lanka pls inform in advance to me. Then we can give you guidelines.

Thank you very much,
Best regards!
Rathnayaka.
At 10:38 on December 24, 2008, rob bleakley said…
Hi Laia, thanks for getting in touch

Feliz Navidad
Rob
At 10:58 on December 23, 2008, Moataz said…
Hey Laila
Thanks for your welcoming
At 4:29 on December 23, 2008, Ryhan Ebad said…
Hello Laila,

Thanks for welcoming me to the community. It is good to know about your. I will keep in touch.
Regards,

Ryhan
At 11:31 on December 11, 2008, Ian Clifford said…
Hi Laia
it would be great to talk at some point soon
best wishes

Ian
 
 
 

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