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  • 1. 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica D4200 Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica 99 th Rotary International Convention, Los Angeles California USA
  • 2. D4200
    • Club #67755, D4200, founded in 2005
    • One of the 14 Rotary e-Clubs currently existing, as part of a RI Pilot Project.
    • Currently 20 members.
    • Members from Argentina, Cuba, Ecuador, France, Germany, Mexico, Samoa, Spain, United States.
    • E-Clubs are introduced in the “Manual of Procedure 2004” and “The ABCs of Rotary”
    The Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (I) 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
  • 3. D4200
    • E-Club meetings are held through the Internet.
    • The Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica uses Microsoft MSN Messenger.
    • Daily contact between members through e-mail.
    • Frequent meetings between members in person, taking advantage of travel, Rotary International Events, etc.
    The Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (II) 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
  • 4. D4200
    • Principal objectives of Rotary e-Clubs:
      • Attract younger leaders
      • Allow participation of Rotarians with special needs, among which:
        • Business compromises and travel.
        • Health problems
        • Geographical isolation
    The Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (III) 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
  • 5. D4200 The Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (IV) 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
  • 6. D4200 Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica: Projects (I)
    • Lectura Para Ciegos (LPC): Broadcasting information about blindness through different means:
      • Braille books, traditional audio support (tapes, CD, etc.) and compressed audio (mp3, etc.), theatre and conferences
      • Books and educational material (theses, abstracts, etc.) in a format readable by screen reader software tools.
      • Associated entities: Biblioteca Argentina para Ciegos ( http://www.bac.org.ar ) and Tiflolibros ( http://www.tiflolibros.com.ar )
      • Cyber-libraries for the blind, with access to more than 20,000 books.
    67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
  • 7. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
    • DiscapNews (I)
    • Podcast about disability created by Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (RECL).
    • Provides access to information relevant to the disabled via Internet. Currently in Spanish.
    • Information is concentrated in a single place: no need to perform searches
    • Information arrives to the user depending on his / her interests.
    Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica: Projects (II)
  • 8. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica
    • DiscapNews (II)
    • Access is free
    • Needed hardware is not expensive
    • Accessible through free software tools (e.g. iTunes)
    • Multiple and cheap copies in different formats and media
    • Portable MP3 player is economical.
    • Associated Blog, containing audio material and news:
    Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica: Projects (III) http://discapnews.wordpress.com
  • 9. D4200
    • RAG-TEC: Rotarian Action Group for Technology-Based Education. In preparation.
    • RAG Environment: Rotarian Action Group in preparation.
    • Living Water: water quality improvement (in preparation).
    • Rotaract E-Club of Latinoamérica in preparation.
    67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica: Projects (IV) http://www.gar-tec.org
  • 10. D4200
    • Fighting Malaria in Gabon (Africa). Recently concluded.
    • Delivery of 28.000 books about disaster prevention in several schools of Argentina
    • Delivery of books in the schools of Savaii island.
    • Donation of laboratory material to a school in Argentina
    67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica: Projects (V)
  • 11. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Website of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (I) Front Page http://www.recl.org
  • 12. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Website of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (II) SECTIONS
    • Constitutive Chart
    • D4200 Conference
    • Letter from District Governor
    • Make-up
    • Newsletter
    • News
    • LPC Project
    • DiscapNews Project
  • 13. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Website of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (III)
    • Attendance make-up (I):
      • Click on
      • Step 1 : Download and fill-in the make-up request form.
      • Step 2:
        • Visit website of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica at least during 30 minutes.
        • Read the News section “ Noticias ” and leave at least one comment of 100 - 300 words.
        • Sign your comment with your name and surname, the name and number of your Rotary Club, and the corresponding district.
  • 14. D4200 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica Website of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica (IV)
      • Step 3 : Send the make-up form by e-mail to [email_address] or [email_address]
      • Step 4: You can make a donation via PayPal (secure payment platform). It will be invested in the projects and programs of the Rotary E-Club of Latinoamérica.
  • 15. 67755 Rotary E-Club of Lati noamérica D4200 CONTACT US
    • E-mail for direct contact with e-Club Officers:
      • President: [email_address]
      • Secretary: [email_address]
      • Sergeant-at-Arms: [email_address]
      • Webmaster: [email_address]
    • General information e-mail: [email_address]
    • DiscapNews project e -mail : [email_address]
    • DiscapNews project blog: http://discapnews.wordpress.com
    • RAG-TEC project e-mail: [email_address]
    • RAG-TEC project website: http://www.gar-tec.org

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