Maria Garrido
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My organization (if representing one)
Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) University of Washington
Organisation's Website
http://tascha.washington.edu
Organisation's Address
Technology & Social Change Group | University of Washington
4311 11th Ave. NE Suite 400 | Box 354985
Seattle, WA 98105

My blog: http://e-inclusioncee.blogspot.com/
What we do as an organization (100-word description)
The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School explores the design, use, and effects of information and communication technologies in communities facing social and economic challenges. Active in over 40 countries, TASCHA brings together a multidisciplinary network of social scientists, engineers, and development practitioners to conduct research, advance knowledge, create resources, and improve policy and program design. Our purpose? To spark innovation and create more opportunities for those who need it most.
My function in the organization
Research Lead e-Skills and employability
How I got in touch with this social network site?
I got involved through a telecentre-europe event

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Telecentre-Europe's Impact Assessment Survey - Please participate and help us disseminate!

Telecenters play a key role in promoting e-Inclusion goals among marginalized groups. Thousands of such actors around Europe work diligently to equip these groups with the necessary digital competences to participate more actively in the knowledge society.

Despite the important role that telecenters play in advancing eInclusion and other social goals little is known about the different efforts…

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Posted on November 15, 2011 at 18:30 — 5 Comments

EU Digital Competitiveness Report | Includes country profiles w/Statistics

The statistics don't show percentage of people who have participated in in ICT skills training. An oversight considering that the numbers are readily available in EUROSTATS Information Society Indicators.



Summary of Report as described in epractice.eu



This annex to the Europe's Digital Competitiveness Report 2010 presents country-level results for 50 benchmarking indicators for which up-to-date data are available. Profiles are provided for each Member…
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Posted on June 16, 2010 at 20:07

Europe's Digital Agenda

Improving digital literacy and skills - one of the top priorities of the Digital Agenda



"Europe is suffering from a growing professional ICT skills shortage and a digital

literacy deficit. These failings are excluding many citizens from the digital society

and economy and are holding back the large multiplier effect of ICT take-up to

productivity growth. This requires a…
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Posted on May 19, 2010 at 20:33

epractice workshop | Community Facilitators June 16th 2010

Interesting event for the members of the TE network - Info follows



http://www.epractice.eu/en/workshops/communityfacilitator



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This workshop entitled “ePractice Community facilitators” is an initiative supported by the European Commission and will be held on June 16, 2010 in Brussels.

The Workshop will support…

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Posted on May 7, 2010 at 17:30

New study | Immigrant women, e-Skills and Employability in Europe: The case of Hungary, Italy, Romania, Spain, and the Netherlands

The study examines the effects of non governmental organizations (NGO) e-skills training programs on the employability and social inclusion of immigrant women in Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary, and Romania (as a source country). This study investigates the social and economic trajectory of five hundred and thirty women who have received e-Skills training and employability support services in thirty-two NGOs. It provides insights into the challenges facing immigrant…

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Posted on March 8, 2010 at 14:00

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At 18:30 on June 27, 2008, Gabriel Rissola said…
Thanks María, next week (hopefully) I will write you in connection with our last conversation.
Have a nice week-end.
At 8:43 on June 19, 2008, Ekaterina Fedotova said…
Hi Maria,
Unfortunately I couldn't go to Barcelona because of the visa issues :( At least i made it to Prague for the NGO Accessibility Workshop with our trainers - great event!! though translating non-stop for several hours was quite challenging :) It was wonderful to see old friends and meet new ones. Catching up on things now, as always :)
Hugs from the finally warm Moscow!
At 15:46 on May 7, 2008, Pawel Makowiecki said…
Thanks Maria... I am also planing to post note about "The Fetishization of Scaling Up" on the forum that is dedicated Social enterprise. I don't think that someone will join discussion but atleast it will be archived in quite visible place...

:))

So when you plan to move to Europe, ha?
At 7:35 on May 7, 2008, Loreta Krizinauskiene said…
Hi, Maria, your pictures reminded me about a great time in Riga (and Barcelona )as well as great people I was lucky to meet. Warmest regards, Loreta
At 13:22 on April 15, 2008, Esther Esteban said…
Hola Maria.....

Espero que tu viaje fuera chido!!!

I hope to see you soon, I don't know if in Spain or USA but I would love to come back to talk to you again, you are a wonderful person..

100000 kisses from Barcelona!!!!
At 11:04 on April 15, 2008, Seda Atabay said…
Hello Maria,

I just would like to thank you for everyhing and for all the advices that you gave me :)

We will keep in touch:)

hasta luego
At 21:04 on April 14, 2008, Ekaterina Fedotova said…
Hello dear! Great to see everybody here and great to hear from you!
You are right - a year is too long, so please, come to Moscow!

I've just uploaded some of the pictures; i think i was the only one who took them at the hostel :)) And guess what - there WAS sun in Riga... after everybody left - Prof. Freibergs was foreseeing ;) Have a good day!
At 18:55 on April 14, 2008, Zane Pizele said…
Ola Maria! I did not get to say goodbye to you. It was so wonderful to meet you again and I really hope that we will meet again some day. Keep in touch and que tenha um bom dia, beijos:)
At 18:39 on April 14, 2008, Dace Rodzina said…
Hi, Maria. You will hear from me soon. I'm gonna to gove you my feedback on the research paper :) Have a nice day!
At 15:59 on April 12, 2008, Masha Tarle (Community Manager) said…
I solved the problem with getting the RSS of outside blogs into your page (I just had to activate this feature). Now, when go to your page, in the left colum you will find a box "RSS" with an edit button, where you can specify a title for the feed, the feed's URL, choose whether to display detailed posts or titles only and decide on how many items you want to show.

As soon as you activated your feed here, I will take your feed out off the RSS feed of the middle column, otherwise it will appear twice (once as a main RSS feed, once as part of your blog posts).
 
 
 

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