It was the 7th year when association "Langas į ateitį" has participated in the Get Online Week campaign. The message that we spread through all the activities this year was raise awareness about online identities, cyber-security, ICT skills and available tools so that European citizens become confident Internet users as approximately 70% of…Continue
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During the Get Online Week 2016 youth in Latvia had a chance to evaluate their digital and computer skills by completing Fit4Jobs tests.. The test has been created within the framework of the Fit4Jobs project to evaluate computer user office productivity skills which every employee should have and which are requested by almost all employers
The test includes questions about office software usage - such as Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Outlook.
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Get Online Week 2016 in Estonia was organized by Smart Work Association, Civitta Estonia, Estonian Union of Child Welfare and Look@World Foundation . Since the „getting online“ in Estonia is not that much of a problem (almost everyone is already „online“), we decided to create a campaign to rise youths’ awareness on internet safety.…Continue
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Non-hierarchical, independent and democratic networking group
The network Digidelnätverket is a non-hierarchical, independent and democratic networking group, working to increase digital inclusion in Sweden. The network was formed after the national campaign for increased digital participation – Digidel2013 – ended in December 2013. The aim is to increase digital inclusion and accessibility of digital services…Continue
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Open the Windows for fifth year in a row organized Get Online Week campaign in Macedonia. This year’s campaign was supported by governmental institutions as Ministry for Information Society and Administration, Directorate for Personal Data Protection, educational institutions (primary, secondary schools, and universities), civil society organizations, and the media. The focus of this year’s activities were Internet safety, particularly for young people with disabilities and the importance of…Continue
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This was the second GOW run in Emilia Romagna by the Pane e Internet (PeI) network. 62 live events were organised during the week, with over 1600 participants, compared to 1200 in the GOW 2015. This time we witnessed the active involvement of the 7 newly established PeI Points and, as last year, the important contribution of several regional and local partners, some of…Continue
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What a great week GOW 2016 was! Romania hosted for the seventh time in a row the localised verion of Get Online Week - Hai pe Net! campaign. Over 100 organisations joined the GOW partnership to help articulate the message about the importance of digital inclusion and opportunity for all. Libraries, schools, NGOs, individuals, old and young, disadvantaged and with special needs joined one ow the most well-known and awaited events in Romania.
Activities and events varied very much…Continue
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This year Foundation for Community Network was a national partner of GOW for the second time. In 2016, we promoted YouRock and Skillage between young people in different events and places. We took part in the week for high school pupils in Szeged (…Continue
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The seventh edition of the European Get Online Week (GOW) to digitally empower and employ people was celebrated on 14-20 March this year. With a record number of 29 campaign partners involved in 27 countries, the campaign proved again the necessity to raise awareness about ICT competence and the importance to see every European digitally savvy. Cisco and Liberty Global financially supported the campaign which was also endorsed by some of the European Commissioners.…Continue
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This school year Primary school "Djura Jaksic" Oreskovica, Serbia included in Online week for the 2nd time. We planned many activities for teachers, students and their parents.
Internet Safety - lecture for parents and workshop for students
In cooperation with police station, during the Online week, the…Continue
Added by Slavica Gomilanović on March 20, 2016 at 22:55 — No Comments
By implementation of activities within the Online week 2016 we wanted the teacher to be involved in general understanding and developing of digital competence and to encourage him to transmit these compentences to the pupils. We also wanted to revive pupils , to make them develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes towards different aspects of using the Internet, safety on the Internet, digital identity and…Continue
Added by Gordana Petrovic on March 19, 2016 at 0:00 — No Comments
Get Online Week is an annual digital inclusion campaign initiated at European level by the organization Telecentre-Europe.
I have chosen to actively participate in this campaign to promote web accessibility. Promote web accessibility is a new component of the campaign "Get Online" and aims to raise public awareness and young people on the needs for web accessibility for persons with visual impairments.
Sure you wonder why is this so important. To learn more…Continue
Added by Bordea David on March 18, 2016 at 15:36 — No Comments
More and more of us significant part of our time spend on the Internet, use more and more of it and ICT tools, so we are invited to create a safe environment, a better understanding of the possibilities offered by the Internet and prevent cyber threats. This is one of the most important messages of Get Online Week 2016 campaign in Europe and Lithuania. It is…Continue
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Open the Windows together with students from High School Brakja Miladinovci from Skopje visited the classroom of the 21st century at Faculty of computer science and engineering (FCSE). Aleksandar Stojmenski from FCSE introduced the study programs and gave practical examples of benefits of studying at FCSE. High school students were very interested on the new…Continue
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Today 16 of March 2016 Open the windows held a conference “ICT and employment: necessity and opportunities”, at hotel “Porta” in Skopje.
The first session was dedicated to ICT…Continue
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Today twenty six students started their practical training. Divided into five groups visited Centre for assistive technology and monitored the work with different beneficiaries. They were very interested how to use assistive technology, computer and educational software with children with different types of disability.
At the request of Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation on the State University of Tetovo, Open the Windows agreed to provide practical training for more…Continue
Added by Magdalena Dimkova on March 15, 2016 at 23:36 — No Comments
On March 14, Open the Windows in cooperation with the Directorate for Personal Data Protection, held an inclusive workshop on Internet safety for students with and without disability.
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Fundația EOS organized a dedicated Get Online Week campaign launch in Timișoara on March 10, 2016. Besides the presentation of the specific GOW16 activities which will take place this year, EOS staff organized two special event. The first event was a workshop which presented an introductory course of Training the e-Trainers dedicated to telecentre trainers, library coordinators…Continue
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