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Presentation of WP 7 -PILOT in 5 EU countries: Italy, Spain, Iceland, Bulgaria and Romania. An attempt of E-GUIDANCE and E-GOVERNMENT Services to wide the access to information. More information for ...

Presentation of WP 7 -PILOT in 5 EU countries: Italy, Spain, Iceland, Bulgaria and Romania. An attempt of E-GUIDANCE and E-GOVERNMENT Services to wide the access to information. More information for wider E-DEMOCRACY

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  • 1. WP6: Training WP7: PilotState of art of eGos Pilot Mariarosa Di Nubila
  • 2. IntroductionA brief note about the WP6 Training for practitionersRationale of WP7 pilotThe aims of eGos pilotMethod of internal monitoring: a matrix between testersinformation and national contextsOverview of pilot experience during last year: results,difficulties, impacts.Next steps 2
  • 3. A brief note about the WP6 TrainingThe foreseen training course for practitioners was carriedout in a successful way during last months of 2009.Practitioners expressed their satisfaction with it.This learning opportunities have allowed them to providean high quality level of service and take part in thepiloting activities in an active way.The WISP Platform is going to require a continuous trainingsupport due to its on-going update and feedback frompractitioners and pilots results.
  • 4. Rationale of pilot: to put in practice the challenge of eGosDeep challenge in the field of guidance in 5 different countries - IT,ES, IS, RO, BG - differing in terms of:→ culture and languages,→ social and economical development,→ job environment,→ research and innovation,→ broadband population penetration,→ internet usage and ICT Literacy,→ eGovernment services. 4
  • 5. The aims of eGos pilot→ To test the eGos system and draw up a first trend of this experimentation.→ To gather feedback and input to assess and improve the eGos project.→ To implement the use of eGos as much as possible.→ To analyse the gap between the desirable situation illustrated by EU i2010 strategies and the true reality. 5
  • 6. The Method of internal monitoring: grid of analysis Information from testers provided by questionnaires and interviews Indicators and data aboutInformation on variables of IC Broadband population(Individual Competences) and EF penetration, Internet(Environmental Factors)** Usage and EGovernment**Data extracted out of “Study onAssessment Criteria for Media Literacy”, Services*Prepared for the European Commission, *Data extracted out of “Europe’sInformation Society and Media Directorate Digital Competitiveness ReportGeneral, Media and Media Literacy Unit, of European Commission”Project (Coordinator and Editor Paolo Celot, (Brussels, 17.5.2010 -SEC2010-Scientific Coordinator Jòse Manuel Perez 627)Tornero), Brussels October 2009.
  • 7. Overview of pilot experience during last year: results, difficulties, impacts.→ Quantitative results→ Qualitative results→ The value of the delay→ Countries E-profiles
  • 8. Quantitative results: registered users at October 31st 2010
  • 9. Users update at November 30th30025020015010050 0 Iceland Data Concept Orso Arezzo Progetto 2 Iasi Villarreal Diputacion Jaén CCI JAEN Average Iceland Bulgaria Italy Romania Spain
  • 10. Guidance sessions update at November 30th605040302010 0 Iceland Data Concept Orso Arezzo Progetto 2 Iasi Villarreal Diputacion Jaén CCI JAEN Average Iceland Bulgaria Italy Romania Spain
  • 11. Contents visits (reg. Users) update at November 30th30025020015010050 0 Iceland Data Concept Orso Arezzo Progetto 2 Iasi Villarreal Diputacion Jaén CCI JAEN Average Iceland Bulgaria Italy Romania Spain Total visits to the 1° level contents 65.485
  • 12. Qualitative results1. High Motivation and strong commitment of project partners and testers.2. Relevant improvement of social and professional knowledge and chances of users and practitioners.3. Fundamental input for good practices for public and private organisations and bodies in the field of eGuidance and eGovernment.4. Wider networking among citizens and services: a peer learning process for common benefits.5. Concrete actions of E-Inclusion in line with EU i2010 strategies.
  • 13. The value of the pilot delayThe main lessons learnt from the delay are: to make understandable the concept of eGuidance toward a wider range of people and organisations. to solve the technical problems due to different languages, time and nature of service in one-stop-shop system. to face some persistent legal problems concerning the e- Government and its e-services, for the first time. (It is enough to remember that the eGos system has created a platform for exchanging and sharing information among 5 countries -about Guidance for Education, Training and Employment- where different laws and legislation are present).
  • 14. eGos partners countries eProfiles: Broadband penetration:Spain (46.951.532 citizens), Italy (60.387.000 citizens), Romania (21.504.442 citizens), Iceland (301,931 citizens), Bulgaria (7,605,008 citizens)Broadband penetration: data extracted out of “Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report of European Commission” (Brussels, 17.5.2010 -SEC2010- 627)
  • 15. eGos countries partners eProfiles: Internet UsageSpain (46.951.532 citizens), Italy (60.387.000 citizens), Romania (21.504.442 citizens), Iceland (301,931 citizens), Bulgaria (7,605,008 citizens)Internet Usage: data extracted out of “Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report of European Commission” (Brussels, 17.5.2010 -SEC2010- 627)
  • 16. eGos countries partners eProfiles: eGovernmentSpain 46.951.532 citizens), Italy (60.387.000 citizens), Romania (21.504.442 citizens), Iceland (301,931 citizens), Bulgaria (7,605,008 citizens)eGovernment: data extracted out of “Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report of European Commission” (Brussels, 17.5.2010 -SEC2010- 627)
  • 17. Next Steps: what we need to assess and improve to achieve the eGos aims→ To improve the technical aspects in particular those of WISP platform.→ An on-going process of update for the 1°level of self-guidance. We are going to set up a peer review learning (through a blog or a forum) among practitioners and users.→ To increase the communication and dissemination activities which can be better addressed to the users.
  • 18. ConclusionAll testers agreed on:• The eGos project is going to increase the number of users as well as the proposal envisages.• The services of eGos are going to be improved and updated in a continuous way.• The eGos Project is going to provide fundamental information and input to the public and private bodies in order to implement a more accessible E-Inclusion to all EU potential eGos users.