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Quattro prodotti italiani inseriti nelle short list

In occasione della seconda edizione del WSA l’Italia ha raggiunto miglior visibilità grazie a ben quattro prodotti (su otto candidati – non sono state valutate per ore le categorie YT) inseriti dai giurati indipendenti nella short list di otto prodotti su circa 100 presenti per categoria. I prodotti sono:

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I prodotti YT (Giovani Telenti) saranno valutati da un’apposita giuria in seguito.


Ecco i vincitori:

e-Learning:

  • “Stagework” from the UK
  • “E-Blocks” from Brazil
  • “Nature Park Kopacki rit” from Croatia
  • “Advanced e-Learning Objects” from Romania
  • “Digital Literacy Program (PAD)” from Argentina

e-Culture:

  • “Aram Khachaturian: Work and Life” from Armenia
  • “Paris, a Roman City” from France
  • “Lakota Winter Counts” from the US
  • “Eternal Egypt” from Egypt
  • “The Victors: Soldiers of the Great War” from Russia

e-Science:

  • “JST Virtual Science Center” from Japan
  • “Edumedia” from France
  • “Fauna.hr” from Croatia
  • “Cape Farewell” from the UK
  • “Virtual Science Museums of China” from China

e-Government:

  • “Brisbane City Council Green Home” from Australia
  • “Municipality Meeting Online” from the Netherlands
  • “Directgov” from the UK
  • “Bahrain eVisas” from Bahrain
  • “Vancouver.ca” from Canada

e-Health:

  • “Medline Plus” from the US
  • “Contraception Awareness Project” from Canada
  • “Underworld” from Australia
  • “Internet Access to Patient Healthcare Information” from the Czech Republic
  • “Sisu Samarakshak” from India

e-Business:

  • “Jotun Professionals Network” from the United Arab Emirates
  • “WebTelegram” from Tunisia
  • “Artisanal Shopping” from Morocco
  • “Daft.ie” from Ireland
  • “Tianfu Agriculture Information Network” from China

e-Entertainment:

  • “dvd-kids” from Iceland
  • “Kids.net” from Argentina
  • “Gulliver’s World - a Multimedia Theatre” from Austria
  • “Mole’s Trip” from the Czech Republic
  • “BBC One Music” from the UK

e-Inclusion:

  • “Children@Hospital” from France
  • “Using ICTs for Social Inclusion” from Guatemala
  • “Womengateway” from Bahrain
  • “Web Content Translation Engine (English to Arabic)” from Kuwait
  • “DeafPlanet” from Canada