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Telecentre Magazine

A group for people who want to work on the Telecentre Magazine, includes writers, editors, translators, and the production team.

Website: http://www.telecentremagazine.net
Location: Global
Members: 74
Latest Activity: Jul 10, 2011

About the Telecentre Magazine Group

This group is a place for you to get involved with the Telecentre Magazine, which provides an in-depth review and analysis of the role of public access to technology, focusing on research findings, innovations, and current thinking and debates. The magazine is produced by the Centre for Science, Development and Media Studies (CSDMS), with support from telecentre.org's Knowledge Sharing initiative. Learn more...

You can participate by posting feedback and ideas for articles, or by offering to help with copyediting, proofreading, and translation.

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ICT IN SAARC COUNTRIES 1 Reply

Started by DR. SYED MD. ZAINUL ABEDIN. Last reply by Tariq Zaman Mar 17, 2010.

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Comment by Ravi Gupta on August 30, 2008 at 12:13pm
The 'Telecentre Magazine' is a quarterly print and online publicaiton which discusses telecentre related issues, emerging research areas and possilbe opportunities of learning across various telecentre networks. All the previous issues of the magazine are available in html and downlodable pdf form on the web site www.telecentremagazine.net. Comments and suggestions and contributions are most welcome.

Ravi Gupta
Comment by Partha Sarker on September 12, 2008 at 10:41pm
Great Ravi. As an admin you can now do a number of things. Please also consult our 'community guide' (please see quick links) or group section instruction at: http://telecentrecommunity.ning.com/notes/Quick_guide_to_features#Groups

Best wishes,
Comment by IBRAHIM Eissa (El Baigawi) on October 7, 2008 at 9:03pm
Dear Miguel, Hi.
If you remeber I talked to you about the issue of the easy-learning system which uses user name and password to access training courses made available through the Internet. You may also remeber that I told you about the slow rate of selling them to the community in Sudan. I told you some reasons for that like the language barrier.
I am expecting your contribution on the same issue but didn't see it yet. Is it expected soon?.
Best regards.
Ibrahim Eisa
Comment by Santosh Vijaykumar on October 10, 2008 at 2:17pm
Dear All,
I'm a new member and would love to use my writing and research background to contribute to the telecenter magazine. It'd be great if one of you can let me know how exactly the operations work here and how I could be of help.

Regards,
Santosh.
Comment by Sabyasachi Kashyap on October 15, 2008 at 6:02pm
Dear Group Members,

The Fourth edition of the telecentre magazine is out. You can find the content details here: http://telecentrecommunity.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2086278%3...

We welcome your valuable feedback.
Comment by ShaarawyAbdElbaky on January 11, 2009 at 8:05pm
Vision and objective
Ofok is dedicated to bring IT literacy to as many people as possible. We are therefore offering basic IT courses from well-known companies such as Cisco Systems and Sun Microsystems completely free. That’s right! Students will be taught by an instructor for free, and gain access to the online curriculum for free. Additionally, there will be a discount for exams… And anyone can partake in this endeavor!

How it works
Universities and high schools who wish to partake in this initiative can do so in alliance with the Digital Academy. An Ofok ambassador will head a group of Ofok volunteers – known as a chapter – in each university or high-school. In the high school, the chapter will select a group of students from each year group who will then teach the basics of IT to all the students in their year.

Within the university campus, the chapter will ideally consist of students from the
Faculty of Engineering who have a passion for IT. Within the university, the chapter will select a faculty team leader from each faculty. The faculty team leader will then recruit local faculty members who will act as mentors teaching the basics of IT to all members of his or her faculty.

Ofok will first begin its contribution to ICT for All by offering IT Essentials: PC
Hardware and Software through the Cisco Networking Academy Program and Free Open
Source Softwaren Essentials through the Sun Academic Initiative. All
certificates will be internationally recognized and issued directly from Cisco and Sun.
However it doesn’t stop here – there’s a reward! The chapter to have trained the largest number of people will be awarded free advanced ICT and business courses in Digital Academy. This will be the reward for those who strived hardest in our noble goal to reduce IT literacy in Egypt!

Goal
Knowing the basics of IT is the first and an essential step for any kind of development. Think about it… Information sharing on a wide variety of issues such as famine, disease, health treatments, educational and literacy programs has completely revolutionized our lives. The internet has made life better for everyone – and with technology becoming more advanced and more widespread, the potential for online learning, improved communications and setting up e-businesses will continue to grow. Of course, for all this to happen, it has to start somewhere. Learning computer fundamentals is only just the start, and we at Ofok feel very proud to participate in this endeavor!

Founders
Ofok NGO for Human Development

15 Ofok ambassadors have been selected for this project to promote ICT among young people with the mission to inspire others of their own age to gain ICT training. It encourages the development of young people through giving them the opportunity to fulfill their potential by developing their interpersonal and IT skills.

Road map into the future
As Ofok, our intention is to increase the level of education in Egypt. We plan to provide advanced technology courses by working in close alliance with students and young people by forming community groups. The final aim being… To empower the youth!
Comment by ShaarawyAbdElbaky on January 11, 2009 at 8:06pm
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Comment by AHMED SUDAN on January 27, 2009 at 12:48pm
http://royal.pingdom.com/2009/01/22/internet-2008-in-numbers/

Internet 2008 in numbers
Posted in Main on January 22nd, 2009 by Pingdom
What happened with the Internet in 2008?
How many websites were added? How many emails were sent? How many blog posts were published? This post will answer those questions and many others with more interesting statistics than you can shake a stick at.
We have used a wide variety of sources from around the Web. A full list of source references is available at the bottom of the post for those interested. In some of the cases we here at Pingdom also did some additional calculations to get even more numbers to play around with.
Email
• 1.3 billion – The number of email users worldwide.
• 210 billion – The number of emails sent per day in 2008.
• 70% – The percentage of emails that are spam.
• 53.8 trillion – The number of spam emails sent in 2008 (assuming 70% are spam).
Websites
• 186,727,854 – The number of websites on the Internet in December 2008.
• 31.5 million – The number of websites added during 2008.
Web servers
• 24.4% – The growth of Apache websites in 2008.
• 13.7% – The growth of IIS websites in 2008.
• 22.2% – The growth of Google GFE websites in 2008.
• 336.8% – The growth of Nginx websites in 2008.
• 100.3% – The growth of Lighttpd websites in 2008.

Domain names
• 77.5 million – .COM domain names at the end of 2008.
• 11.8 million – .NET domain names at the end of 2008.
• 7.2 million – .ORG domain names at the end of 2008.
• 174 million – The number of domain names across all top-level domains.
• 19% – The increase in the number of domain names in 2008.
Internet users
• 1,463,632,361 – The number of Internet users worldwide (June 2008).
• 578,538,257 – Internet users in Asia.
• 384,633,765 – Internet users in Europe.
• 248,241,969 – Internet users in North America.
• 139,009,209 – Internet users in Latin America/Caribbean.
• 51,065,630 – Internet users in Africa.
• 41,939,200 – Internet users in the Middle East.
• 20,204,331 – Internet users in Oceania/Australia.

Blogs
• 133 million – The number of blogs on the Internet (as tracked by Technorati).
• 900,000 – The number of new blog posts in a day.
• 329 million – The number of blog posts in 2008.
Images
• 10 billion – Photos hosted by Facebook (October 2008).
• 3 billion – Photos hosted by Flickr (November 2008).
• 6.2 billion – Photos hosted by Photobucket (October 2008).
Videos
• 12.7 billion – The number of online videos watched by American Internet users in a month (November 2008).
• 87 – The number of online videos viewed per month per Internet user in USA.
• 34% – The increase in viewing of online video in USA compared to 2007.
• 3.1 – The number of minutes of an average online video.
Web browsers

Malicious software
• 1 million – The number of computer viruses in April 2008.
• 468% – The increase in malicious code compared to 2007.
Data sources: Website and web server stats from Netcraft. Domain name stats from Verisign and Webhosting.info. Internet user stats from Internet World Stats. Web browser stats from Net Applications. Blog stats from Technorati. Email stats from Radicati Group via About.com. Spam stats from DCC. Virus stats from Symantec via Times Online. Online video stats from Comscore. Photo stats from CNET and Flickr.

Comment by Ananya S Guha on April 14, 2009 at 2:26am
I want to be a member of the Telecentre Magazine Group. I am willing to help with content and language editing if given a chance.

Ananya S Guha.
Comment by yapa chandralatha on May 6, 2009 at 11:53am
Hi
i am glad to join the Telecentre Magazine Group ill try my best level to improve this site and help i would like to read book
yapa

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