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Estrategias para Incentivar la Interacción virtual entre Pediatras y Neonatólogos del Perú|[Strategies to allow the virtual interaction among pediatricians and neonatologists from Peru]


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The difficult information exchange and lack of uniform approaches, allowed the implementation of strategies by virtual interaction between pediatricians and Peruvian neonatologists through Internet. An e-mail list was organized through a free supplier with some members from the Neonatal Section of the Pediatric Society, who exchanged files and messages periodically, mainly on training events. The group was interviewed and the importance of information exchange among the members was verified

Knowledge and learning in online networks in development : a social capital perspective

HEEKS, Richard
HUYSMAN, Marleen

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This paper examines the role of electronic networks in facilitating knowledge development and social learning in development, using the concept of social capital. This concept was developed to describe the functioning of groups and societies, and has been applied to online networks outside development. This paper examines three non-development approaches for examining social capital in online networks and communities. It uses elements of these approaches as a basis for a framework tailored to the analysis of online networks in a development context

From workplace to workspace : using email lists to work together

JAMES, Maureen

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A straightforward and easy-to-follow guide to help people decide how to set up a mailing list for their group, launch it and keep it active. Divided into three parts, it covers, 'Getting set up', 'Working together', and 'Resources'. Available full-text on the IDRC website in French, Spanish and English

At ease with e-mail : A handbook on using electronic mail for NGOs in developing countries

The Friedrich Erbert Foundation

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Presented in a step-by-step, question-and-answer format explaining the basics of computer communications. Identifies organisations that have a mandate to promote or support computer networking in developing countries and references to further resources in both printed and electronic format. Includes a list of mailing lists and websites of interest to NGOs and a directory of networks in developing countries which can provide access, training and support in electronic communication

LEAP : the learning and evaluation action program

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The Learning and Evaluation Action Program (LEAP) is an initiative to promote a coordinated and comprehensive approach to learning about the use of knowledge and ICTs in international development. It hosts an e-mail discussion list called LEAP-Impact, a community of practice open to all individuals and organisations interested in the evaluation of information services, projects and products. The website includes posted messages, documents and links to further resources on knowledge management, learning and evaluation for development


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