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Experts’ Validation Workshop on the topic of Measuring the impact of eInclusion actors on Digital Literacy. IPTS-JRC, Seville, 3-4 May 2012

Experts’ Validation Workshop on the topic of Measuring the impact of eInclusion actors on Digital Literacy. IPTS-JRC, Seville, 3-4 May 2012

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  • 1. eInclusion Intermediaries in Europe Horizon 2020 H i Ismael Peña-López @ictlogist Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Experts’ Validation Workshop on the topic of Measuring th i M i the impact of eInclusion actors on Di it l Lit t f I l i t Digital Literacy. IPTS-JRC, Seville, 3-4 May 2012
  • 2. Information society? Governments Information society? Governments Infrastructures ICT Sector Legal Content and Framework F k Services S iSupply Assets A Enterprises E t i ICT (Sector) Availability Regulation Economy mand Flows Intensity ofDem Use
  • 3. Information society? Citizens Information society? Citizens Infrastructures ICT Sector Content and Services S iSupply Assets A Availability mand Flows AffordabilityDem
  • 4. Information society: Current scenario Information society: Current scenario Infrastructures ICT Sector Legal Content and Framework F k Services S iSupply Assets A Enterprises E t i ICT (Sector) Availability Availability Regulation Economy mand Flows Intensity of AffordabilityDem Use
  • 5. Current scenarioCurrent scenario• Last mile issues about to be solved. solved• Physical access to infrastructures generally not a barrier.• Increasing supply of content and services.BUT• Advanced (digital) competence required. ( g ) p q• Stable share of refuseniks.
  • 6. eInclusion Intermediaries:  eInclusion Intermediaries: filling the gaps Infrastructures ICT Sector Digital Skills Legal Content and Framework F k Services S iSupply Assets A Enterprises E t i Digital ICT (Sector) Availability Availability Literacy Level Regulation Economy mand Information Flows Digital Society QUALITY of Affordability Workforce LiteracyDem Strategies Use Training and Policies
  • 7. Gap (!?) of access to infrastructuresGap (!?) of access to infrastructures telecentre/library e‐centre e centre ? Ø (disappear) cybercafé profit / sustainability
  • 8. Gap of digital literacyGap of digital literacy Technological Literacy Get Monitor Identity y Multimedia Informational Digital Presence Media Literacy Literacy Manage M Define D fi Network N t k Crossmedia C di e-Awareness
  • 9. Gaps of the technology cycleGaps of the technology cycle * Appropriation * Transformation Adaptation Improvement (*) Not everyone, not everywhere
  • 10. A forecast/proposal: networksA forecast/proposal: networks• From the Telecentre to the ICT Centre • insourcing telecentres into organizations• From the Telecentre to Telecentre networks • outsourcing ( t i (some) t l ) telecentre administration t d i i t ti
  • 11. A forecast/proposal: partnershipsA forecast/proposal: partnerships• Partnerships with governments: • e-Government • ICT and education• Partnerships with the private sector: • e-Commerce e Commerce • Strategic consultancyMix of not for profit/subsidised & for profit activity not-for-profit/subsidised for-profit
  • 12. A forecast/proposal: communitiesA forecast/proposal: communities•F From the ICT Centre to the Centre-with-ICT th C t t th C t ith ICT • Community based: • civic centres • schools • Local entrepreneurs based: • living labs g • social entrepreneurs
  • 13. To cite this work:Peña-López, Ismael. (2012) eInclusion Intermediaries in Europe: horizon 2020. Experts’ e a ópe , s ae ( 0 ) e c us o te ed a es u ope o o 0 0 pe tsValidation Workshop on the topic of Measuring the impact of eInclusion actors on DigitalLiteracy. IPTS-JRC, Seville, 3-4 May 2012.http://ictlogy.net/presentations/20120503_ismael_pena lopez_ einclusion intermediaries europe horizon 2020.pdfhttp://ictlogy.net/presentations/20120503 ismael pena-lopez -_einclusion_intermediaries_europe_horizon_2020.pdfTo contact the author:http://ictlogy.net All the information in this document under a Creative Commons license: Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivative Works More information please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/