Articles with the tag 'Ghent'
Written by iMinds on Wednesday 17 October 2012
For the exhibition 'Johan Daisne 100' iMinds spin-off TinkerTouch made an interactive presentation. On multi-touch screens, visitors can browse through life and work of writer Johan Daisne and its relation to Ghent, film and the city library. Read more...
Inhabitants of Ghent have increased access to the internet. This is shown in two studies that were conducted this spring by MIDIS and Future Legends. The results show that the debate around the digital gap must increasingly focus on the development of media literacy and internet skills. Read more...
Written by iMinds on Thursday 15 March 2012
Are you a programmer or designer? A hacker in heart and soul? Good news! On March 24th, the city of Ghent has organized the second edition of Apps For Ghent, in collaboration with IBBT-Multimedia Lab and OKFNbe. Read more...
Written by iMinds on Monday 23 May 2011
For several years the University of Ghent is working on a science communication policy. Within the cell Science Communication all sorts of initiatives are set up to make people enthusiastic for science and technological innovation. Recently, the project 'Diversiteit in de Kinderuniversiteit' was approved. Read more...
This article is about Ghent.
Written by iMinds on Wednesday 15 December 2010
Future Internet Conference Week is a European conference, attracting a broad range of visitors. We offered a listening ear to some of these visitors, inquiring after their motivation for attending the conference and asking for their first impressions. Read more...
From now on more than 300 000 books of the Ghent University Library are available at Euopeana, Europe’s cultural heritage. In 2007 the library partnered with Google Books and started working to digitize more than 300,000 books from its out-of-copyright collection. Read more...
Written by admin on Thursday 20 November 2008
In 2009 the city of Ghent will participate in the Digital Week for the 4th time. From Saturday, March 28 until Friday, April 3, 2009 the Ghent city council, the city services, and external partners, including IBBT will organize various free activities at different locations in Ghent. This Digital Week aims to awaken an interest in the capabilities of ICT applications in a wide audience. The target group of the Digital Week is very diverse: seniors, youth, families with low incomes, city staff, scholars, people with disabilities, ... Read more...
This article is about Ghent.
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