III Seminar on 4th world and social exclusion

On 12/03/2003, Wednesday, I will be speaking at the III Seminar on 4th world and social exclusion [site in Catalan]

I’m having fun preparing my speech as I won’t recycle some other speech but do it brand new. I’m planning something under the title of “Bringing the voice back to the main actors: ICT appropriation by the civil society experiences or the social impact of ICT”

Though I’m just setting up a little abstract and a draft table of contents, I guess it’ll be that way (unsorted, undebugged ;)
Introduction on the internet: no boundaries of time nor space
Experiences: a concept, an example, a site

  • The web as a communication media (the web editorial process)
  • Groups and discussion lists (the working web)
  • The campaigns
  • Blogs
  • Wikis
  • Free software
  • Free content
  • The intranet (the closed web)
  • E-learning
  • E-volunteering

The whole seminar goes like this:

11/19/2003
Longlife Education permanent and social participation
M. Mar Galceran, pedagogue

11/26/2003
Democracy innovation and citizenship participation
Joan Font, Political Science professor (UAB)

12/03/2003
Social impact of ICT
Ismael Peña, manager of the Campus for Peace (UOC)

12/10/2003
Round table of experiences: Digital literacy
Mr. Antonio Collado, Mithra
Mrs. Olivia Ortega, Punt Omnia. CPSFP
Mr. Miguel Prieto, Cibercast. Ajuntament de Castelldefels. GATS

If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:

Peña-López, I. (2003) “III Seminar on 4th world and social exclusion” In ICTlogy, #2, November 2003. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
Retrieved month dd, yyyy from http://ictlogy.net/review/?p=35

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