TeleWork 2010 Book
TELEWORK: Public Policies and Legislation Models
FIDT - International Forum for the Development of Teleworking
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The IDRC – International Development Research Centre – will award two grants for the best papers submitted by authors from Central America or the Caribbean. More information...
The authors of the best ten documents expounded during the Workshop are welcome to send a copy of their paper to be published by the Journal of eWorking (ISSN: 1872-3284). Aditionally, all documents produced will be published in "BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DEL MAESTRO" (National Teacher Library)
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Three scholarships for Young Professionals. Call for presentation.
IDRC - the International Development Research Centre - calls for scientific papers from Latin America and the Caribbean according to the Telework 2010 themes / topics.
The call is for Young Professionals up to 29 years old with a university degree, Latin America and the Caribbean residents only. Paper requirements can be found in this very page.
A Telework 2010 Academic Committee will be responsible for revision.
Dateline for submissions is June 30th 2010. Authors selected will be able to attend Telework 2010 to be held in Buenos Aires city on August 25-27, all expenses paid -including transportation from abroad and accommodation-. Besides IDRC has established three scholarship funds each one U$S 2000 in recognition of her academic achievement.
Interested candidates please contact MBA Cristina Rozo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
IDRC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN:With date July 21, 2010, we have announced the works favored with both SCHOLARSHIPS for CENTER AMERICA and the CARIBBEAN granted by the IDRC (International Center of Investigations for the Development) that supports this event.
The winning works are: "Telework: an insider’s perspective" of the Lic. Carlos Alberto Castro García, of Costa Rica and "Telecommuting: The construction of a new organizational identity in the context of state organizations" coauthor between the Mag. Lilliana Picado Alvarado and Lic. Carlos Steve Brizuela Ávila, also of Costa Rica.
The evaluation of the papers was realized by two members of the Academic International Committee. This decision of the Academic Committee already has been communicated to the authors.
This scholarship consists of the payment of expenses of movement to Buenos Aires, travel allowances and accomodations, for the author of the work mentioned (one for work) so that it could present it in the frame of the Opened Symposium, August 27, in TELEWORK 2010: 15TH INTERNATIONAL ITA WORKSHOP in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
We congratulate the winners on the obtaining of so important distinction, beside to thanks for all the authors of the excellent received works and for the members of the Committee for his unassessable participation in the selection.
As for three scholarships offered by the IDRC for Young Professional, the results will be announced between Monday, the 26th and Tuesday, the 27th of July when the Committee will announce the winners.
IDRC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS:With date 27 of July of 2010 have given to know the works favoured with the three SCHOLARSHIPS for YOUNG PROFESSIONALS of until 29 years awarded by the IDRC (International Centre of Investigations for the Development) that sponsors this event.
The works rewarded with the comments of the evaluating members are the following:
Mario Morera Bolaños, of Costa Rica: "The General Contralor of the Republic Advances with the Technology" A very good detail of the practice realized in the General Contralor of Costa Rica that will serve of guide to other institutions in the region, was the comment of the reviewers.
Roberto Daniel Ballón Bahamondes, of Peru: "Proposal of a model of telework for his implementation in the companies of the private sector of Peru". The document is a very detailed guide of the appearances that had to have in account a director of a company that wanted to implement a program of telework.
Diego Purgue, of Argentina: "Field Remote Control". An excellent idea to solve a real and concrete problem. The author has realized a very buen detail for his development.
The three papers chosen received excellent comments by part of the Academic Committee International. Each one of them represents an aporte for the thematic that summons us. The decision of the Academic Committee already has been communicated to the authors those who will assist to the Telework 2010 with the payment of expenses of travel to Buenos Aires, mileage and lodging, so that they can present them in the frame of the Open Symposium, day 27 of August, in TELEWORK 2010: 15TH INTERNATIONAL ITA WORKSHOP in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Besides the IDRC has resolved to award a prize of U$S 2000 to each one of the works like recognition.
We congratulate the winners on the obtaining of so important distinction and thanks for all the authors of the excellent received works, and to the members of the Committee once more by his unassessable participation in the selection.