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This page is for planning the summit in Uruguay May 5th to 7th 2011.
 
This page is for planning the summit in Uruguay May 5th to 7th 2011.
 
'''All subject to modifications'''.
 
'''All subject to modifications'''.

Revision as of 10:28, 5 March 2011

eduJAM! 2011

This page is for planning the summit in Uruguay May 5th to 7th 2011. All subject to modifications.

Main goals

  • Focus on developers. It does not mean at all we're not concerned about educational aspects, but as a developers community we have huge challenges and the summit will be more of a working instance than a "reflection" instance.
  • Exceed OLPC and Sugar. The developers community goes beyond OLPC and Sugar, and this could be a good instance for bringing "non-olpc organizations" to the conversation.
  • Focus on South America. Bring as many south american developers as possible to Uruguay.

Pre-Summit "Conozco Uruguay" Exploratory Tour

We're organizing a set of in-person activities for those who want to know more about the Uruguayan/Ceibal experience, visiting different points of the country, meeting with families, teachers, etc.

This will happen during the 5-6 days prior to the summit (from Saturday April 30th to Thursday May 5th) for independent and resilient travelers, committed to "anthropological" learning through patient exploration -- details are emerging here!

Assistants

  • Martín Abente
  • Walter Bender
  • Gabriel Eirea
  • David Farning
  • Pablo Flores
  • Adam Holt
  • Bernie Innocenti
  • Anish Mangal
  • Gonzalo Odiard
  • Andrés Ambrois

Possible Attendees

  • Aaron Borden
  • Caryl Bigenho
  • Cecilia Alcala
  • Chris Ball
  • Christoph Derndorfer
  • CScott Ananian
  • Daniel Drake
  • Ed Bigenho
  • Fernando Sansberro
  • Harriet Vidyasagar
  • Nick Doiron
  • Richard Smith
  • Sameer Verma
  • Sascha Silbe
  • Simon Schampijer
  • SJ Klein

Accommodation

We'll put here some information about possible places for staying. At the same time we'll make a volunteers hosting program, so Uruguayan volunteers can host some of the attendees. More information soon.

Uruguay

Touristic information: http://www.turismo.gub.uy/ Direct flights to Montevideo (Carrasco Airport) from:

  • US: Miami
  • Europe: Madrid
  • Most of South America
  • Nearby hubs: Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Santiago

There are also nice ferries from Buenos Aires: http://buquebus.com