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Get Online Week 2012 in the Czech Republic

The European Get Online Week 2012 campaign in the Czech Republic has been coordinated by the European Projects & Management Agency (EPMA) and realised in cooperation with the Czech National Safer Internet Centre (NCBI). Through this synergy, the main goal of the campaign was to reach a critical mass of audience and to encourage the wide […]

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Get Online Week 2012 in Denmark

The Danish Get Online Week was focused on getting more senior citizens online, as elderly people is far the largest group of non-digital citizens in Denmark. It was coordinated by the Learn more about ICT network. The campaign was composed by a wide range of activities, mainly courses for first clickers. The courses took place […]

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Get Online Week 2012 in Germany

Get Online Week 2012 in Germany was organized and coordinated by  Stiftung Digitale Chancen (SDC) as the national  partner, in cooperation with the mobile network provider E-Plus, the National Libraries Association and several other partners, such as Senior Computer Clubs and telecentres. SDC launched during Get online week a new project with Tablet PCs for […]

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GOW2012 video from Germany: At missile base – Are you up to it?

Computer literacy is important. If you don’t know how to use a computer, you’re lost nowadays. Stiftung Digitale Chancen (Digital Opportunities Foundation) can help you. We make people interested in the Internet and to support them with their steps into the digital world. This video was used for promotion during Get Online Week 2012 in […]

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Get Online Week 2012 in Greece

The Center of Telematics and Applications for Regional Development (Telematics Center) of the Computer Technology Institute and Press (CTI “Diophantus”)  organized and implemented the Get Online Week 2012 in Greece, having the telecentre “Information and Support Office for New/Young Entrepreneurs” established at its premises. The Greek telecentre organized three information events (seminars) in three different cities (Patras, Pyrgos, […]

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