Netizens, the first manual on eCulture on work, education and family life

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Short Summary

The arrival of the Internet makes it particularly easy to share information for citizens. Copy, modify, redistribute, all of this is done now with just a few clicks. Such digital realities have opened a range of possibilities but have, also, caused significant socio-economic tensions, particularly around the issue of communicating, creating, working, living with others.   The book addresses the  is enormous to speak with Internet users who take, or not, advantage of the many possibilities offered by digital technology.

Duration of the implementation

2015-02-23 15:15:00 - 2015-02-23 15:15:00

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Disseminate the information of the manual through various channels including workshops, conferences, projects to a wider public.

Detailed description

The "Netizens"book is a one book summary of 100 collaborative works of the last 10 years. The book was designed by Theo Bondolfi, bringing together the work of various international experts in digital culture such as:  Jacques Vallée (Internet co-founder), Florence Devouard (president of the foundation that runs the Wikipedia encyclopedia), Richard Stallman (Founder of the free software movement) and many more.

Learning Activities / Implementation

Translation of the book and development of educational content connected with these digital practices.

Tools used to realise the practice

Presentations in conferences, workshops. Online advertisement in a dedicated site.

Country of originSwitzerland
Language of the practiceFrench
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Area of good practice
  • ICT enabled learning - Using digital resources for face-to-face classroom practice & for online learning/blended classroom practice
  • Community Building - Using digital resources to connect learners/build communities
  • Quality and Assessment - Using digital resources to better assess learning
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Transferable, Adaptability, Impact, Effectiveness, Availability, Collaborative

About the author

Name of contributorAdrian Timofte
Affiliation of contributor Researcher
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