Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF) is proud to finally announce the release of the 1st Global Telecentre Awards Souvenir Program. The Souvenir Program hopes to celebrate achievements of the 2013 award winners by featuring the stories of the nine winners recognized during the Global Telecentre Awards (GTA) ceremony, which took place last May 29, 2013 during the…Continue
Added by Yuliya Melnyk on August 28, 2013 at 23:50 — No Comments
Following is a blog post by Telecentre.org Foundation's Executive Director Miguel Raimilla originally posted in the ITU website in relation to the upcoming BYND 2015: Global Youth Summit that will be held in San Jose, Costa Rica from September 9 to 11, 2013.
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On June 27 in Vienna, Austria, Open the Windows won a prestigious international award. The Project for e-Accessible Education, which has been supporting the educational opportunities of students with disabilities for over three years now and is funded by USAID, was one of the 35 winners of the ERSTE Foundation Award…Continue
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In April, the project selected 31 schools that will participate in its second phase. The selection was made with the support of the project's Working Group, which includes representatives from the Ministry of Education and Science and the Bureau for Development of Education.
At the end of April, at the Porta Hotel in Skopje, the project marked the start of the cooperation with 31 primary schools in the country with a kick-off event, which was also used to inform school representatives…Continue
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On May 28, at the Continental Hotel, Open the Windows held a round table on Educational Software for Inclusive education.
The round table gathered representatives of the Austrian organizations Life Tool and Diakonie, the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, USAID Macedonia, educational institutions, civic organizations, schools and individuals with disabilities.…Continue
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From June 15 to September 15, our friends at Mozilla are hosting a global party dubbed the “Maker Party” which celebrates the amazing things we all can make and learn, thanks to the web. During this period, people across the globe will meet up at great events, learn and make cool stuff, then share it online with the rest of the world.
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