It seems that, at last, my plenary will take place on Friday, 8th, at 11:00. The organization is having last-minute trouble with some speakers :P
My schedule has changed a bit and is as follows:
- Thursday 7th, 16:00. Plenary session: Online Volunteering, where I will talk about the online volunteer profile, e-volunteer taxonomy and typology and my favorite hypothesis: the online volunteer is a knowledge intensive one (which, besides, I guess it’s obvious ;) In fact, I will be talking one hour long just about that – hope I don’t get the audience bored to death
- Tuesday 7th, 18:30. Workshop: e-Learning for Development, where Hanne Engelstad and I will show what we do in the Campus for Peace and our idea that it is possible to set up e-learning projects for free by means of free software (LMS), free content (CC and LO repositories), and unselfish human resources (online volunteers)
- Friday 8th, 18:30. Workshop: e-Learning for Development. Same as preceeding day.
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2005) “Volunet (update)” In ICTlogy,
#19, April 2005. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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