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Where do you work?
Stiftung Digitale Chancen
Organisation's Website
http://digitale-chancen.de
What does your organization do (100-word description)
The goal of the Stiftung Digitale Chancen (Digital Opportunities Foundation) is to make people interested in the Internet and to support them with their steps into the digital world. We want them to become aware of the opportunities this digital medium offers and to make use of them.



We help people to learn more about the Internet.

We support providers of public Internet Access Points in social institutions that enable people to use the Internet.

We address experts from politics, business and the academia who work on the digital integration theoretically and practically. We provide various data and information for their work and stimulate public and private efforts to bring the power of communications to under-served communities
What digital skills training or activities do you or does your organization offer (if any)?
People with disabilities, Migrants, low educated people, youth and social works, intermediators.
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, I received an online invitation from a member

Sven weber's Blog

It´s time to discover skills again!

Posted on March 26, 2015 at 11:30 0 Comments

Another year, another youth employability workshop in the German National Olympic Training Centre in Kienbaum!



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ike last year, the Stiftung Digitale Chancen and  Christian Schenk, who won 1988 the gold medal in the decathlon during the …

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UdL Digital Roundtables: Agenda setting for digital inclusion

Posted on October 4, 2012 at 19:00 2 Comments

The UdL Digital Roundtables, organized by Stiftung Digitale Chancen, are an agenda-setting regular series of events, combining an online debate in the virtual world with a real life discussion on the spot.

 

Roundtables on the spot

The UdL Digital Roundtable…

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Modular social media curriculum development

Posted on October 4, 2012 at 19:00 2 Comments

The strategy of the programme Inklusive Internet, which Stiftung Digitale Chancen carried out from 2009 until 2011 was built on the assumption that Social Media and Web 2.0 applications open a new approach to…

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At 8:25pm on October 08, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave sven weber a gift
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For winning the Third Prize of the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest: a Plaque of Recognition & 800€ will be handed to you at the Awards Ceremony on October 17 in Warsaw, Poland. Congratulations!!
At 6:47am on October 08, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave sven weber a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing a third blogpost "Modular social media curriculum development". Thanks again for participating and good luck!!
At 1:36am on October 08, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave sven weber a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing a second blogpost “UdL Digital Roundtables: Agenda setting for digital inclusion" Thanks again for participating and good luck!
At 12:52am on October 08, 2012, Unite-IT Manager gave sven weber a gift
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For competing in the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2012 contest by publishing the blogpost "Tablets to the people". Thanks for participating and good luck!
 
 
 

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