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Open data   |   Trinidad and Tobago News   |   By: Redgealc

Regional Conference On Broadband and Open Data

Trinidad and Tobago, August 25- 27

Regional Conference On Broadband and Open Data
The Ministry of Science and Technology with support from the Ministry of Finance and the Economy and the World Bank Group, will host a three day regional conference titled ‘Caribbean TIDE: Technology and Innovation for the Digital Economy in the Caribbean' from August 25- 27 at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre, Port of Spain. This inaugural Caribbean TIDE conference will explore the latest trends in the region related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Economic Development, with a special emphasis on the importance of broadband infrastructure for supplying connectivity, and the economic and social value of open data as a tool for increased governance and transparency.
The digital technologies to serve students with special needs
As part of the school policy of inclusion of the Ministry of Education (MENFP) aiming the effective support of children with special educational needs, the School Adaptation Committee and of Social Support (CASAS), in partnership with the Haitian Society for Aid to the Blind (SHAA) organized a three days seminar on the theme "The digital and pedagogical accessibility", aimed at supporting new initiatives, relying on the use of Information and Communication Technologies for Education (ICTE) and prepare trainers of trainers.
(August 5, 2015) “The intensive use of Internet is essential for the region’s economic growth,” said Alicia Bárcena, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, who today inaugurated the Fifth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean, along with Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs, José Antonio Meade; Mexico’s Coordinator of the National Digital Strategy, Alejandra Lagunes, and the Executive Director of the Agency for e-Government and Information Society in Uruguay (AGESIC), José Clastornik.
Open data   |   Canada News   |   By: Redgealc

3rd International Open Data Conference (01-06-15)

Ottawa, May 28-29

3rd International Open Data Conference
The Government of Canada, Canada’s International Development Research Centre, and the World Bank invite you to the 3rd International Open Data Conference. From May 28-29, 2015 sector and open data experts, senior government officials, industry leaders, and civil society champions from around the world will gather in Ottawa, Canada to exchange ideas and work together to enable the data revolution.
Korea is surveying the potential technology demands in developing countries
The Global IT Technology Program (ITTP) of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), is a customized international scholarship program sponsored by the Korean Ministry of ICT, Science and Future Planning (MISP). The Global Commercialization Center (GCC) a recent initiative also funded by MISP, is currently surveying the potential technology demands in developing countries and once collected the needs GCC Council hope to match such with available technology within domestic industry, research and government players.
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