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At a glance
Name: Ričardas Šultonas
Hobby: Reading, learning, cycling, hiking, astronomy,…Continue
This year’s Get Online Week was a great occasion for Stiftung Digitale Chancen to launch a new competition in Germany. Institutions and organizations who work with senior citizens can now apply to receive ten to eight tablet computers to be used during four weeks and , they can keep two of these after for good!
A number of Serbian and Croatian libraries have been empowered to serve as modern knowledge centres in their local communities thanks to the EU funded project titled Libraries for a…Continue
Bonita Osborn is a Peace Corp volunteer in Moldova. She came to Moldova last year and she activates in the social enterprise “Flaore de Cires” within NGO Eco Razeni, Razeni village in Ialoveni district, Moldova.
The social enterprise “Floare de Cires” was established in 2012. It has two areas: food services and growing vegetables in greenhouses. The organization began its work by providing social service "social canteen» (there are 24 beneficiaries of this service - old and…Continue
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WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ON THE TRAINING CONTENT, DURATION, QUALITY AND KNOWLEDGE OF TRAINING STAFF?
The contents of the ‘Improve your CV in one hour and promote it in LinkedIn!’ workshop has been very complete and the quality of the trainer was very good. However, the workshop was too short and…
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Most times, people with disabilities have the opportunity to vote in polling stations because there is good accessibility to buildings... Elections are held at intervals of every two years. Kindergartens, schools, libraries, community centers are places where polling stations are organized and these are public institutions. If these places are made more accessible, people with disabilities will benefit from their services every day.…Continue
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Geneva, 8 April 2014 – ITU has launched the fourth edition of its popular ‘Young Innovators’ competition, seeking out talented young thinkers and social technopreneurs across the globe, and encouraging them to showcase their innovative ideas at the upcoming ITU Telecom World 2014 in Doha in December this year.
The annual competition, which…
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One elderly couple wanted to be on Facebook “because dad, who is 90, is on Facebook and he knows a lot more about our children and grand-children than we do.”
“it is very rewarding to witness the moment when someone who was previously doubtful about the benefits of the tablet computers, finally discovers them in their own way.”
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On Thursday there was an introduction to health-related e-services. The County Council began with an introduction to how to use the online personalised health care service “mina vårdkontakter” (“my health care contacts”). You can, among other things, book a doctor’s appointment and renew a prescription. The Social Insurance Agency demonstrated its e-services that you can use to conveniently contact the agency to get help with filling out forms and sending them directly and for reporting…Continue
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We had two very inspiring lectures during the week from Bo Jonsson and Christina “Pektanten” Frostegren from SeniorNet. 50 people turned up, listened and asked questions.
During the week, visitors could also attend a through-provoking exhibition about hate speech by students on the upper-secondary Aesthetics programme.
A number of questions cropped up during the week which I hope we have answered: What is Wi-Fi? How does a QR code work? Where can I buy apps…Continue
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Many youngsters tried their luck on Alex’s literature quiz and challenged each other for a top spot in the standings. At LibraryPressDisplay, where you can find more than 2,000 newspapers from 100 countries and 60 languages, we found a German newspaper from a town that Voxnadalen upper-secondary school has an exchange…Continue
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At Lappland’s study association in Vilhelmina we were delighted to have once again been part of such an exciting project as Get Online Week. It has been an inspiring, exciting and rewarding week on many levels.
We have had the great privilege of helping a large number of…Continue
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Mjölby public library’s main initiative on Saturday was an event we called Digital Saturday for Children. The day’s programme included digital storytelling, TV games, and children’s activities on the tablet computer. The event attracted many children and parents who have never visited the library before. For the parents the event was a chance to get an insight into what their children get up to in the digital world, and to receive tips on high-quality educational apps for their…Continue
Added by Linda Sandberg on April 10, 2014 at 17:23 — No Comments
Älvkarleby public library took part in Get Online Week for the third year running. At the library we see it as an important and undisputable task to contribute to the increase of digital inclusion.
To inform people about our activities during the week, we focused on our main target groups…Continue
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"I attended a workshop on apps.
For me, Tink was the obvious choice because I want to keep my personal finances in good order. With Tink you can see where your money goes and what you’ve got left in your bank…
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Anete Lasmane is a pre-school and primary school teacher and currently works in a boarding school - in the development center for kids with special needs. Anete is also pursuing a Master’s degree in the Organization Management program at the Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management . Anete has participated in the “IT for my Future Career” project organized by the Microsoft YouthSpark program and the Latvian Information and Communications Technology…Continue
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