Opera just announce report of mobile internet. It's updated every month and you can check full version of it here http://www.opera.com/smw/
Top countries (January 2008 - January 2009)
* Of the top 35 countries using Opera Mini, Armenia, Nigeria and Egypt showed the most growth (in terms of unique users) between January 2008 and January 2009.
* In January 2009, Armenia had the most page views per users, followed by… Continue
I suspect some of you have already read about NComputing. The company
has a ground breaking solution to computer challenges telecentres face.
Its simple to deploy, compatible with standard software, highly
efficient - consuming 95% less electricity than a typical PC and
significantly easier to manage and cheap (starting at around $70 per
Ncomputing solution is based on the fact that today's PCs are so
powerful that the vast majority of… Continue
This article tells you a little more about a service we are demonstrating to reach people with learnoing disabilities. Non readers have always had limitations in using websites - as a result videoi has been a greta benefit to them - But this solution helps bridge the gap. Its also quite inbteresting as a way of supporting those learning english but with limited vocabulary.
AbilityNet is the first organisation to enhance its website with ‘Point’ symbol support from Widgit. The… Continue
Added by David Banes on February 18, 2009 at 14:36 —
Further to the Vienna e-Inclusion conference, the Unit of the European Commission "ICT for Inclusion" organised an information and debate workshop, back to back with the general info day on Call 3 of the Competitiveness and Innovation ICT Policy Support Programme.1 The focus was on the European activities on e-inclusion in 2009 and beyond, particularly with regard to topics that could be supported through the CIP ICT PSP instruments, ad-hoc studies and dissemination actions. This document… Continue
This is a work in progress leading up to our presentation at the third eaccessibility forum in Paris on March 30. Its the opening of a discussion around Mobile Phones form and function - the factors influencing mobile phone selection amongst disabled users - you can find it for free at www.abilitynet.org.uk/blog
please see below TEN documents that summarise Telecentre-Europe in English, French, Polish, Romainian, Swedish, Serbian, Dutch, Turkish, Spanish, and now Russian. We are developing more as time passes.
Many thanks to those who have translated these documents for us. If anyone is willing to translate into your native language please let us know, it will be most welcome!!
please can I urge you to have a look at the outline proposal and comment or feed back over the next week. After that we will be limited in the changes we will be able to make. We will be looking to the network for dissemination of the product once it has been developed, and therefore it is really important that you feed in if you think it will be something that you will be interested in using.…
Telecentre-Europe - Steering Committee is preparing an application for a Grundtvig Programme (LL Call - European Comission). Different entities are working as a consortium to start a project to develope an employability toolkit for Telecentres.
Please, see more information in this group contribution. (You should join the group Telecentres - Employability).
New AbilityNet Blog - MP brands dyslexia a ‘fiction’ - AbilityNet Brands Solutions a ‘fact’ - www.abilitynet.org.uk/blog - Reading and writing problems are very real to many people - whatever the reason whythat exists - those of us in this field know that technology can help. This blog article is a useful reminder that many solutions are already built into workstations
Added by David Banes on January 29, 2009 at 17:18 —
I spent the last two days in Brussels looking at CIP funding for ICT and inclusion - throughout the workshops there were many presentations - at one point I was struggling to read the powerpoints and take notes and listen to the speaker when it struck me that many of my problems were caused by poor ease of viewing in the slides. Sligtly bizarre when yiou remember the topics we were there to discuss.
As a result I thought it might be helpful for telecentres to have a quick and easy… Continue
Added by David Banes on January 28, 2009 at 15:31 —
Directorate of Youth and Sport of the Council of Europe is organizing a three days seminar on e participation between 16 and 18 March 2009. The seminar which will be organized at the European Youth Center in Strasbourg is titled "New Ways of Youth Participation Based on ICTs".
As I was vice chair and a member of the previous mandate of the Advisory Council on Youth of the CoE, I am invited to give a speach at the closing session of the seminar.
Prime Minster Gordon Brown has specifically praised the success of the UK online centres network in a speech given this week at the e-Government National Awards. The Prime Minster said: "We must also work hard to ensure that those who still don't use the internet do not get left behind. And one of the big challenges in moving towards a fairer and more equal Britain will be to build on the success of our 6000 UK online centres to train even more people to use the internet." The awards… Continue
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