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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We are honored that Argentina is, for the first time, venue of this important international academic event.
The proposal presented by the TIC Commission of USUARIA was approved during the 13th Workshop in Poland, and since then we have been working in the organization of this event so that it reaches the required international standards.
We are thankful to the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), who is supporting us economically in the realization of this Workshop.
It will be our pleasure to have you participating in this event, in any of the various activities planned for it.
We are counting on you.
The International Telework Academy has its roots in the International Telework Foundation (ITF), an independent non-profit association, which was launched in 1995 under the auspices of three independent members. Since 1996, an international series of telework workshops has been conducted to promote academic research in the domain of telework and other new forms of work, and to encourage exchange between researchers and practitioners in the field.
The academy has held a number of workshops including the UK, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Japan, Brazil, Canada and Greece. These workshops have resulted in the publication of several edited books of high academic standard.