- BASIC INTRODUCTION TO E-APPLICATIONS
This set of training materials is designed to introduce e-applications to people with very basic or no knowledge of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Adopting a self-learning approach, these materials help people understand how they can use e-applications in their own lives. They explain the most popular e-applications: e-banking, e-commerce, e-environment, e-government, e-health and e-learning.
Each user-friendly flash animated presentation uses easy-to-understand words rather than highly complex technical terminology, and provides basic information on the topic, demonstrating the practical use of e-applications and identifying best practices. The goal is to enable trainees to become familiar with e-applications in a 15-minute exercise. The self-learning training materials include a short quiz for users to validate the information and knowledge acquired.
Each of the training presentations and quizzes is available in English and Spanish.
For any additional information regarding these applications users can also contact directly the developer of the training materials,
Ing. René Cabreracollapse
Telephone: +504 3392 5484
- LIFE CITY. SERIOUS GAMES.
- WOMEN-OWNED ENTERPRISES: ICT ACCESS AND APPLICATIONS
- TRAINING FOR REMOTE AND RURAL USERS ON ICTS FOR ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES, EDUCATION AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
This set of six in-depth training materials is designed for delivery to people who have previously had little or no access to ICTs, in particular for people living in remote and rural areas, indigenous people and other disadvantaged and vulnerable populations in Latin America and the Caribbean. The goal is to build ICT literacy for disadvantaged and vulnerable populations so that users can apply the acquired ICT skills in their everyday life situations.
The six training materials cover:
- Basic ICT literacy
- ICTs for Producing, Buying and Selling Handicrafts, Jewelry and Weaving
- e-Tourism for Sustainable Rural Tourism
- E-Agriculture and e-Livestock
Each set of materials uses clear and simple language in its extensive presentation and related exercises for trainees. Guidelines and information for trainers include suggestions for user-friendly training delivery ("strategies for training trainers").
These training materials were developed for delivery in school-based community ICT centers. Connecting schools in isolated areas, which often serve as the center of community development, provide a wealth of opportunities for economic and social empowerment.
For any additional information regarding these applications users can also contact the developer of the training materials directly.
Prof. Lic. Claudia Gomez Costa
Phone: +54 2254 484324
Mobile: +54 2254 (9) 443777
These materials are provided free of charge to any interested users for their work in providing training to users in remote and rural areas. Any person interested in enriching these training materials on a voluntary basis (e.g. up-date content or provide translation in another language is kindly requested to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- TRAINING TOOLS ON THE USE OF ICTS FOR THE PROMOTION OF LIVELIHOOD OF RURAL WOMEN
- PLANEACIÓN DE UN CENTRO DE ACCESO A LAS TIC EN COMUNIDADES REMOTAS O INDÍGENAS
- TECHNICAL TROUBLESHOOTING FOR COMMUNITY ICT CENTRES