During the Get online week 2012, fifth grade students from primary school “Vasil Glavinov” visited association Open the windows and for the first time had an opportunity to talk and associate with peers with disability. As one of the girls said: “Together with my friends from my grade and teacher visited the association Open the Windows. I spent a very good time there. I had a chance to be with peers with disabilities and to see how they are working on the computer. I was delighted and I…Continue
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From user to volunteer in the „Get Online Week” campaign!
The campaign Get Online Week! (branded in Romania as Hai pe Net! ) has brought to the public library in Dumbrăviţa, Braşov county, from the first day (26.03.2012) and to the last day (01.04.2012), a total of 240 users. I must add that Dumbravita is a locality inhabited by 3532 people and our story is linked exactly to these two numbers.
The library is equipped with…Continue
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Senior citizens were in the focus in Röszke Telecentre (population: 3296 people). Local residents over the age of 50 were invited to the telecentre to take basic computer course. Nearly 20 people participated on the training learning about the most popular internet applications such as Skype, Facebook and Gmail.
But the Telecentre has greater ambitions: its goal is to better engage senior citizens in the life of the community, to active and mobilize them for achieving common community…Continue
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Internet, a friend at need! Sadness when not around...
Once with the appearance of the Biblionet Project at Pausesti-Maglasi Library, the users of the public library were to discover that their friendship and the ones dear to them can make their existence easier and nicer with computers and internet.
Dani, a smart and cheerful child, had a happy childhood, despite the fact that he was living with his parents (coming from the Arges County, to Pausesti…Continue
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I’m 67 and coming to the library via hall pass!
A passionate about the mysteries of Egypt and of the pyramids of the civilizations of Mexico, mister Dorin Cosma (in the picture below), is the newest student from the Buni Neților Club (seniors club). His story begins in March during the „Get Online Week!” campaign which was on going at the „St. L. Roth” Municipal Library, CIP – Biblionet department.…Continue
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Get Online Week campaign was used for raising the visibility of telecentres. We wanted to put “Telecentres in the Centre of Attention”, as the campaign’s subtitle said in Hungarian language.
Telecentres in Hungary face serious problems of sustainability as they do not have regular funding from the government. About half of the telecentres are operated by NGOs that makes their operation more flexible, but they are more affected by the economic crisis and the lack of…Continue
Added by Peter Palvolgyi on April 30, 2012 at 10:53 — No Comments
Let me introduce Mantvydas Vaičiūnas. He is 20. Matvydas is a 1st year student at Vilnius Universtity, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics. He has numerous awards in contests in mathematics, physics, geography, history… Being a 15 year old teenager Matvydas founded the Šakiai region IT club where its members build robots.…Continue
Added by Karolina Jasvinaite on April 30, 2012 at 8:00 — No Comments
For some people the computer and the Internet mean an additional element of everyday life, whereas for other people these represent a chance, a hope and a way to feel part of society.
Ion, Elena and Mihai Bocancea from Moldova (Taraclia village, Causeni district) are three brothers aged 43, 38 and 37 respectively. Unfortunately, from early adolescence they have been suffering from progressive muscular dystrophy/ myopathy - a genetic muscular disease in which the muscle fibers do not…Continue
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An experiment called “The virtual class” has started at the high school “Mihail Sadoveanu” http://liceusadoveanu.wordpress.com in Calarasi town, Republic of Moldova .
The experiment has the following objectives:
A. To ensure better communication between teachers and students, and between students (chemistry).
B. To save paper by posting online students’ works.
C. To ensure better promotion of the developed didactic…
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Maria Brasoveanu, an employee of the Health Care Centre in Crihana Veche, has been frequently using our library since 2004. Being invited to training courses on information and communication technologies, she showed interest in learning new things. The computer and Internet help her feel happy and satisfied, particularly now that she has become a gramndmother. …Continue
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As part of the Get Online Week the Mezhdurechensk Tvoy Kurs Center held four seminars aptly named I Can Hear You, People! During the training twenty-six local residents registered their accounts with Skype and used the application to chat with their friends and family members for the first time. The only prerequisite for…Continue
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Retiree Valentina Loginova from Krasnoufimsk (Sverdlovsk region) wants to become a freelancer, taking orders and selling her unique handmade crafts online. She made this decision after attending the Jobs Online seminar, organized by the Paluba/Tvoy Kurs ICT Center on 29 March 2012.
During Get Online Week the Paluba Center staff…
Added by Ekaterina Clifford on April 28, 2012 at 12:49 — No Comments
In Uryupinsk (Volgograd region), often called the main town of the Russian provinces, Get Online Week was held on a truly grand scale, with all of the town’s libraries and even two rural libraries taking an active part in the campaign. It had many interesting moments, but meeting Kseniya Petrunina, a well-known local…Continue
As part of the Get Online Week, Volgograd State Agricultural University held several video conferences, but the one between Volgograd and Novosibirsk proved especially significant for all its facilitators and participants.
The two cities have many important connections, but one that still looms the…Continue
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Within the frames of the GET ONLINE WEEK 2012, the Sector of Telematics and Applications for Regional Development of the Computer Technology Institute “Diophantus” organised a workshop with the contribution of the Chamber of Commerce of Helia (Pyrgos) were the existing and potential entrepreneurs of the area were informed about smart applications and ICT tools that can help them promote and advertise their company, provided services etc.
Special attention and much interest was shown…Continue
Added by Eleni Arvaniti on April 27, 2012 at 15:39 — No Comments
Jönköping City Library had the pleasure to participate for the second consecutive
year at the Get Online Week campaign.
Our focus this time was to present useful online self-service open 24/7 and e-society
facilities. Our aim was also to show the enjoyable side of Internet for both pleasure
In cooperation with important institutions from the e-service society and public
services the program at Jönköping City Library consisted of guidance on…
Added by Linda Sandberg on April 27, 2012 at 14:36 — No Comments
The library of Mjölby had a rather ambitious approach – we made a program with
demonstrations every second hour at the main library, and possibility to get personal
guiding every hour in between. We also had at lot of demonstrations in two smaller
libraries. The topics varied a lot; from library topics on databases and catalogue,
talking books for people with disabilities, e-books and modern technology in the
information area, to a wide range of topics. Selling and…
Added by Linda Sandberg on April 27, 2012 at 14:35 — No Comments
In Katrineholm several activities were arranged, mainly in the Ängeln Arts Centre
situated in the central part of the town. A main focus was diversity in the activities in
order to reach different groups in the society. During the arrangements in the
physical room, we also arranged activities on the Internet (for example
#twitterpoesi), which we connected with…
Added by Linda Sandberg on April 27, 2012 at 14:33 — No Comments
We had activities at four libraries in Örebro, Örebro City Library, Haga Library,
Vivalla Library and Varberga Library.
We arranged the activities together with the Civic Office, two Compounds( Bilda and
Abf ), two Educationals (Transfer and SeniorNet), Employment service, Central
student Board, Insurance Office, Consumer Advice Centre, Immigration…
Added by Linda Sandberg on April 27, 2012 at 14:28 — No Comments
During the campaign “Get Online Week” Swedish libraries, study associations and companies across the country made extra efforts to get more people to discover the potential of the Internet. In total we reached 3425 people persons through the “Get Online Week”. The target was 2000. Never before have so many Swedes done so much at the same time to make people try the Internet. The result was much above our expectations. …Continue
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