Best Practice Guide for telecentre coordinators

The guide is an example of best practices and activities developed in the telecentre networks of Romania, Serbia, Latvia and Moldova and is addressed to all telecentre coordinators. It’s the product of four workshops that took place in each partner country and based on the exchange of experiences between telecentre coordinators and on the realities faced by each partner in its own country.

The guide was developed by EOS Foundation Romania, in partnership with the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA), the Serbian International Aid Network (IAN) and the Moldovan Alliance of Access to Information and Training Community Centers (AITCC), within the project Shared Learning and Community Digital Inclusion through telecentre services, financially supported by the Soros Foundation Romania through the East East Beyond Borders program.

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Ghidul reprezintă o colecţie de bune practici şi activităţi dezvoltate în telecentrele din România, Serbia, Letonia şi Moldova şi este destinat tuturor coordonatorilor de telecentre.

El a fost realizat pe baza schimbului de experienţă dintre coordonatorii de telecentre partenere şi pe realităţile cu care aceştia se confruntă în propriile ţări, în cadrul celor patru ateliere de lucru desfăşurate în fiecare ţară parteneră.

Ghidul a fost produs de Fundaţia EOS România, în parteneriat cu  LIKTA (Letonia), IAN (Serbia) şi AITCC (Moldova), în cadrul proiectului Shared Learning and Community Digital Inclusion through telecentre services, cu susţinerea financiară a Fundaţiei Soros România, prin programul East East Beyond Borders.

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