ESIC : Différence entre versions

De Wiki livre Netizenship
Ligne 6 : Ligne 6 :
  
 
==Degree of Innovation==
 
==Degree of Innovation==
 +
===Project name===
 
===Our goal===
 
===Our goal===
 
Providing a digital space for communication and training in specific locations. The main idea is to use simple, Do-It-Yourself networking, a combination of wireless technology, low-cost hardware, and free/libre/open source software (FLOSS) applications in order to give access through mobiles and laptops to user generated learning modules.  
 
Providing a digital space for communication and training in specific locations. The main idea is to use simple, Do-It-Yourself networking, a combination of wireless technology, low-cost hardware, and free/libre/open source software (FLOSS) applications in order to give access through mobiles and laptops to user generated learning modules.  
===State of the art===
+
 
 +
===Why is this innovative===
 +
 
 +
====State of the art====
  
 
Single-board computers such as Arduino, or Raspberry Pi, are commonly used for DiY networking purposes, since such computers are open-source, relatively cheap, have low power demands, support multiple protocols, and are portable.
 
Single-board computers such as Arduino, or Raspberry Pi, are commonly used for DiY networking purposes, since such computers are open-source, relatively cheap, have low power demands, support multiple protocols, and are portable.

Version du 23 mars 2016 à 15:28

An ESIC proposal

Info about the competition

The 2016 Social Innovation Competition focuses on social innovation for refugees and migrants. The 3 winners of the competition will each receive a prize of €50,000. The competition is open for entries until 8 April 2016 at http://ec.europa.eu/growth/industry/innovation/policy/social/competition/ More detailed resources at https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/socialinnovationeurope/en/magazine/beyond-crisis-migrant-integration

Degree of Innovation

Project name

Our goal

Providing a digital space for communication and training in specific locations. The main idea is to use simple, Do-It-Yourself networking, a combination of wireless technology, low-cost hardware, and free/libre/open source software (FLOSS) applications in order to give access through mobiles and laptops to user generated learning modules.

Why is this innovative

State of the art

Single-board computers such as Arduino, or Raspberry Pi, are commonly used for DiY networking purposes, since such computers are open-source, relatively cheap, have low power demands, support multiple protocols, and are portable.

DokuWiki is a wiki application licensed under GPLv2 and written in the PHP programming language. It works on plain text files and thus does not need a database. Its syntax is similar to the one used by MediaWiki used for the Wikipedia project.

Impact

Measuring the goal

Success metrics

Sustainability and Scale

Roles in the partnership

Further networking