Dedalo Foundation for Information Society Development, Tudela, Navarra (Spain)
1) Dedalo Foundation, 2) RACTI, 3) Formation Association of Central Hessen, 4) The Gaeltachta Autority, 5) ERVET, 6) Czech University of Agriculture -Faculty of Management and Economics
Ciberstrategy specifically addressed the fact that Telecentres have undergone an important evolution from their initial development as centres for the use of new Information and Communication Technologies, or as Teleworking centres. Nowadays, they also specialise in issues relating to their location (urban or rural), the social needs of their Region, the political point of view of their promoters, or their type of management. During recent years, Telecentres have implemented cultural and technological changes and they have had to adapt and update their activities and functions accordingly.
The mission of The European Telecentres Network - CIBERA - is to become a forum for collaboration and co-operation between Telecentres across Europe, providing them with a focal point for their efforts towards becoming reference centres for the promotion of the Information Society. It also aims to facilitate sharing experience, expertise and good practice with other member Telecentres. Moreover, CIBERA provides access to a range of tools and services developed for and by Telecentre Managers in Europe.
A digital network “CIBERA Network” (http://www.ciberanetwork.net/) to promote the use and exploitation of the contents and results of the project where members can benefit form services that can be developed within a
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The Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC, financed by the European Union's Regional Development Fund, helps Regions of Europe work together to share experience and good practice in the areas of innovation, the knowledge economy, the environment and risk prevention. EUR 302 million is available for project funding but, more than that, a wealth of knowledge and potential solutions are also on hand for regionalpolicy-makers.