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Colección: La Educación
Número: (132-133) I,II
NOTES1. “Poor in Latin America Embrace Net’s Promise.” The Washington Post. Sunday, July 9, 2000, p.25.
2. Ibero-American Science and Technology Education Consortium. ISTEC. Taken from Power Point presentation given to the Inter-American Agency for Cooperation and Development. Trends and Needs.
3. Net Corps Americas is an initiative of The Trust for the Americas. The Trust is a foundation established in 1997 to foster partnerships among corporations, foundations, governmental bodies, and academic institutions operating in the Americas. The Trust’s mission reflects the central goals of the Organization of the American States (OAS) and the mandates assigned to it by the Summit of the Americas-mobilizing resources to confront extreme poverty and to promote democracy through actions that are environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable.
4. “The Internet and the Disabled.” By Fred McGuiness, Brandon, MB, Canada. Disability International.
* Jessica Lewis is the Manager of Net Corps Americas at The Trust for the Americas. Before joining The Trust, she received her Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University, spent four years teaching, and worked as an adjunct faculty member training other teachers for Johns Hopkins University. Silvia Bastante is Program Associate for Net Corps Americas at The Trust for the Americas, OAS. Before joining The Trust, she received her BSc. Government and Economics from The London School of Economics, with emphasis on Latin American and Development Studies. She has participated in various volunteering experiences in Peru, England and Spain.
[INDEX] [INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN LATIN AMERICA] [WHO ARE NCA VOLUNTEERS?] [NET CORPS AMERICAS' ALLIANCE AND FUTURE PROJECTS] [THE TRUST FOR THE AMERICAS] [NOTES]