Next 26 of November I will be speaking at the “Social Exclusion and information technologies. Challenges and opportunities ” seminar.
My speech will surely be entitled something like “Social action in a network and in the Net: knowledge management + e-volunteering + e-learning”. I’ll try and write down my speech, but not promised ;)
There goes the complete programme:
Opening session by David RÃos InsÃºa
International Relationships and ICT promotion Vicerector at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
10:45 – 11:45
E-learning for e-inclusion
Jordi EscoÃn, Centro Municipal Pont del DragÃ³
Javier Lalueza, La Casa de Shere Rom
Enrique Varela, FundaciÃ³n Once
Moderated by Peru Erroteta, FundaciÃ³n Metis
Digital services to enlarge personal horizons
Rosa Gras, Club Estrella (FundaciÃ³n La Caixa)
Ismael PeÃ±a, Campus for Peace (UOC)
LuÃs LÃ³pez Aranguren, FundaciÃ³n Tomillo
Moderated by Raquel Paricio, CallÃºs digital
Presentation of the first E-learning and e-inclusion international congress
Juan Pedregosa, ITD
Debate: Social exclusion and information technologies. Social challenges and policy perspectives
Moderated by Antonio G. RubÃ, eDemocracia
Carlos Campuzano, Deputy for Barcelona (CiU). CiU spokesman at the Social and Employment Policy Commission at the spanish Chamber of Deputys.
Pilar DÃaz, Socialist deputy at the Catalan Chamber of Deputys; Member of the Information Society Commission
Pilar Dellunde, ERC‘s National Woman Secretariat
JosÃ© MarÃa Canyelles, Xarxanet.org (associations and volunteers network of Catalonia). Manager of the Catalan Volunteering Institute.
Closing session: Digital inclusion is social inclusion
TrÃ nsit Projectes. Science philosophy lecturer at the Universidad AutÃ²noma de Barcelona. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility spanish chapter secretary.
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2003) “Seminar: “Social Exclusion and information technologies. Challenges and opportunities “” In ICTlogy,
#2, November 2003. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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