15 Aug Vote for the Best e-facilitator in 2017
The ALL DIGITAL Awards 2017 recognise individuals and organisations in four categories:
- Best e-facilitator
- Best digital changemaker
- Best cooperation project
- Best digital resource
The finalists and winners in the three categories will be announced at the beginning of September. However, the three best e-facilitators, selected by the jury, enter the online public vote.
The voting is taking place during 15-31 August on our Facebook page through ‘likes’ of the finalists’ stories featured in the ALBUM.
The winner will be defined based on the jury scores and public votes combined.
- Dolores Carmona nominated by Digital Literacy Programme of Extremadura – AUPEX, Spain
Dolores is responsible for one of the telecentres, working in line with the Digital Literacy Plan of Extremadura. She works in a reference place where users go to learn basic digital skills or job seeking methods, although Dolores makes an extra effort to promote the digital culture while she tries to build a cooperation environment and a deep sense of community where people feel comfortable and self-confident. Dolores is a unique e-facilitator for her proactive attitude, social skills and her engagement with her users. Learn more
- Tom Van Hoey nominated by Digipolis Gent, Belgium
For over 15 years, Tom has been a trainer at Konekt, an organization that provides training for people with intellectual disabilities and their network. As very few tools are readily available for persons with intellectual disabilities, he often adjusts existing tools and tailors them to their needs. In close collaboration with Digitaal.Talent@Gent and Mediawijs, Tom has created the training program ‘Mediacoach for pairs’. This innovative programme allows for a bottom-up approach of media literacy. Learn more
- Katja Plesko nominated by Simbioza Genesis, Slovenia
Katja is in charge of all programme content for digital training within Simbioza as well as for coordinating Simbioza Digital Academy (digital workshops for individuals and companies). Her work includes more than 10 modules on digital literacy workshops, yearly video tutorials for nationwide Simbioza e-facilitators, catalogue of Simbioza workshops for companies, online instructions for volunteers and three handbooks for seniors with a workbook. Besides content management, she also teaches Office programmes and coding (HTML, Joomla, Scratch for kids) to young people (5-12yrs; 16-35;) and employees of various organizations. Learn more
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