Nick Jeans
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  • Sheffield, UK
  • United Kingdom
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Ian Clifford and Nick Jeans are now friends
Apr 5, 2012
Christine Cars-Ingels left a comment for Nick Jeans
"Looking forward to hear from you. Best regards // Christine"
Feb 20, 2012
Nick Jeans commented on Karolina Jasvinaite's blog post Lithuanian educators improve skills in safer ICT usage and Cyber threat prevention
"This is the advice from Youth Work Online in the UK: Today is Safer Internet Day 2012 - this year's theme of ‘Connecting generations and educating each other’, and the slogan "Discover the digital World…"
Feb 7, 2012
Nick Jeans is now a member of Unite IT: The e-Inclusion Network in Europe
Jan 6, 2012

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My organization (if representing one)
Making IT Personal - Joining the DOTs
Organisation's Website
http://www.makingitpersonal.org.uk/
Organisation's Address
Sero Consulting (www.sero.co.uk)
Sheffield Technology Park, Cooper Buildings,
Arundel Street,
Sheffield,
S1 2NS
UK
What we do as an organization (100-word description)
Making IT Personal – Joining the DOTs (MITP:JtD) is a scheme funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the UK government and led by Barnsley MBC with partners across South Yorkshire. It aims to help local people use technology (such as mobile phones, cameras and computers) to make life a little bit easier. It recruits volunteers called DOTs (Digital Outreach Trainers) who spread their technology knowhow and share their skills with others who want to learn.
My function in the organization
Senior Consultant
What ICT or e-Skill training programs does my organization offer (if any)?
We rely on informal learning to transfer ICT skills. Instead, our training focuses on mentoring skills, aiming to ensure that the trainee learns the e-skills they want or need, rather than those deemed necessary by the trainer.
Number of telecentres linked to my organization
50+
How I got in touch with this social network site?
I received an online invitation from a member
Why I would like to join the network
Use of digital technology to tackle exclusion issues.

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At 15:18 on February 20, 2012, Christine Cars-Ingels said…

Looking forward to hear from you. Best regards // Christine

 
 
 

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