e-STAS is a Symposium about the Technologies for the Social Action, with an international and multi-stakeholder nature, where all the agents implicated in the development and implementation of the ICT (NGO’s, Local authorities, Universities, Companies and Media) are appointed in an aim to promote, foster and adapt the use of the ICT for the social action.
Here come my notes for session VI.
Ángel de la Riva
CiberMix: Diffusion and advocacy program that shows the benefits of ICTs in institutions, firms and citizens in rural areas through educational, leisure, content and services activities.
periodismociudadano.com: a gate for initiatives, experiences, people, etc. that deal with citizen journalism.
The goals of citizen journalism (and blogging): listen, link, impact, share.
- Peña-López, I. (2007). “Online Volunteers: Knowledge Managers in Nonprofits”. In The Journal of Information Technology in Social Change, Spring Edition – April 2007, (1), 136-152. Vashon: The Gilbert Center
- Peña-López, I. (2005). e-Learning for Development: a model. ICTlogy Working Paper Series #1. Barcelona: ICTlogy
Digital World Forum
on Accessible and Inclusive ICT.
Low cost computing has revolutionized access to ICTs. Now the project wants to analyze where technology is heading.
The problem of low cost computers is data storage, but if Internet access is cheap too (i.e. thanks to cheap wireless networks), the data can be stored online.
infopreneur: the telecenter at the minimum expression, developed by the Meraka Foundation.
socialGNU, to foster the diffusion and use of free software in nonprofits.
Zoowa, to create and share your agenda 2.0.
e-Stas 2008, Symposium on Technologies for Social Action (2008)
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2008) “e-STAS 2008 (VI). Communications” In ICTlogy,
#55, April 2008. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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