The Get Online Week 2015 campaign in Poland (Tydzień z Internetem) was inaugurated in the Presidential Palace in Warsaw and was run under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland.

The main topics of the campaign were:

  • Mobile technologies - how to use the potential of tablets and smartphones (workshops for seniors)
  • Digital jobs and e-skills required on a labour market (workshops for youth)
  • Early coding education - how to learn coding and have fun (workshops for children)

In order to make scenarios more attractive and to promote the campaign in social media selfie was the horizontal theme in all scenarios.

In total 307 institutions all over the country, e.g. public libraries, schools, community centres, e-centres, Orange and UPC workrooms, local NGOs etc. organized nearly 700 events attended by more than 11 thousand participants.

Poland took third position among all European countries regarding the number of participants registerd in the Get Online Survey.

The Get Online Week 2015 campaign in Poland was coordinated by the Information Society Development Foundation (FRSI) and run in partnership with Spring Foundation, Center for Citizenship Education, Activation Foundation, Microsoft Poland, Orange Poland, Orange Foundation Knowledge Society Association, UPC Poland under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland.

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