While the video games industry continues to grow and more women are playing games, the number of female developers is still low, and efforts to diversify the male-dominated industry have been the target of widely online harassment. What is going on? Why are women not attracted to a career as game developer? And why are female gamers or developers a target for online harassment?
Global video game market
The worldwide video game marketplace, which includes video…Continue
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While Europe is facing an ever widening gap between e-skills and ICT-related employment opportunities, girls are still…Continue
While Europe is facing an ever widening gap between e-skills and IT-related employment opportunities, girls are still largely under-represented in computer science studies. Why? Which are the barriers that withhold girls from studying a career in technology?
This article is written to support the proceedings of the UniteIT Gender Equality workgroup and uses a scientific…Continue
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During the first UniteIT conference on October 24th in Malta, the UniteIT Gender Equality Working Group was officially launched and held a panel discussion under the title Can Telecentres play a role in women's access to ICT-related jobs?Continue
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"So many tweets, pins, posts,...all those contacts, all that content. How the hell am I going to cope with all this?" This was my main concern while starting-up as a Social Media consultant - now two months ago.
The solution is: tools, tools, tools. I daily use a…Continue
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Pinterest is on the rise and offers huge possibilities for nonprofits to connect with people and their social passions. That’s why I attended Julia Campbell‘s webinar “Pinning for Good – How Nonprofits Can Use Pinterest to Raise Money,…Continue
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As jobseekers we all know the importance of Linkedin, but how are companies using the network to recruit employees? The curtains were lifted at a recent round table in Barcelona among HR managers, headhunters & networking professionals active on the Spanish labour market.
Most employers use the premium version,…Continue
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During April, 23 community members participated at the monthly Featured Community Contest at Telecentre-Europe’s community site. They blogged, published, shared, commented & flagged content, and 4 new persons joined the community.
3 featured members were awarded with a
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During March, 23 community members participated at the monthly Featured Community Contest at Telecentre-Europe’s community site. They blogged, published, shared, commented & flagged content, and 8 new persons joined the community.
3 featured members were awarded with a
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During February, 24 community members participated at the monthly Featured Community Contest at Telecentre-Europe’s community site. They blogged, published, shared, commented & flagged content, and 8 new persons joined the community.
3 featured members were awarded with a…Continue
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During week 4 of the survey, the number of organizations that have filled the MIREIA survey has doubled: more than 1.000 eInclusion actors have now put their organisation on the EU map. This means we have now reached 40% of the 2.500 organizations the survey wants to…Continue
The EU27eInclusion mapping exercise MIREIA has been running for 3 weeks now and 452 organizations have now filled the survey. This is only 18% of the 2500 organizations the survey wants to map, and with only 3 weeks left until February 15th we still have a long way to go!
As for now, most of the results are…Continue
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The EU27 eInclusion mapping exercise MIREIA has been in the air for 1,5 week now and some great results are already coming in from Spain, France, Poland, Hungary and Malta.
On January 11th at 20h CET 210 surveys had been filled. The result represents only 8% of the total target of 2.500 responses by…Continue
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On January 2nd, Telecentre-Europe has started 2013 with the launch of the MIREIA survey - a mapping exercise of telecentres, libraries and other eInclusion actors that operate in the EU27.
The survey is now available to be…Continue
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Last week, 20 partner organizations representing 22 countries of the EU27 have signed a partnership with Telecentre-Europe (TE) and will act as national branches that will disseminate the MIREIA survey in their (neighboring) countries.
The survey will Measure the Impact of eInclusion…Continue
As I am located in Barcelona and an enthusiast 'co-worker' at the headquarters of Xarxa Punt TIC (the Catalan Network of ICT "points" or training centres), I was invited at the Social Internet Conference that took place at Barcelona's…Continue
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During the month of October 2012, 48 community members participated at the Featured Member Contest and became featured for their activity.
The monthly contest highlights the site’s activity and rewards those members that keep the community alive with daily contributions:…Continue
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For the Telecentre-Europe Summit session of Social Media & Social Innovation I was asked to provide some practical tips for the use of social media to Telecentre Network Organizations.
Underneath is my presentation that first tried to convinced the…Continue
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