Each time, to help participating institutions and organizations organize GOW events, FRSI prepared ready-to-use scenarios of "informal meetings": events that combine basic computer training sessions with cultural activities, integration, games and entertainment.
The scenarios are downloadable online materials in Polish, published on the Library Development Program portal, run by FRSI and addressed to libraries. Each scenario is a HTML website (which can also be downloaded as a Word document) describing step-by-step how to prepare and promote a meeting, tools / online resources to use, activities (games, quizzes etc.) to organize, partners to invite etc.
Each scenario also contains additional downloadable documents, such as promotional materials, suggested links to use during a meeting, software user guides, sample list of participants, press releases etc
Six scenarios have been prepared so far: three in 2011 and three in 2012. Another three scenarios are currently being worked on, together with the other Polish organizations coordinating the GOW campaign this year: Cities on Internet Association and the Foundation Supporting Physically Disabled Mathematicians and IT Spe....
In 2011, the campaign in Poland was addressed mainly to senior citizens, so in organized meetings elderly people took part, vast majority of whom did not have any computer skills. The GOW scenarios from 2011 are:
Consequently, meetings in 2012 were designed for participants representing three generations: children, parents and grandparents (families or friends). The GOW scenarios from 2012 are:
All scenarios have been published under Creative Commons licenses CC-BY-NC. You are invited to use them!
» To find out more about the content of the scenarios in English please download the full description document
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