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E citizenship development through public private partnership window to the future case

E.citizenship Development Through Public-Private Partnership. Window to the Future case

Baltic IT &T 2006 Forum, Riga

Loreta Križinauskienė,

Window to the Future


Main items of the presentation

Main items of the presentation

  • Why have we started

  • Who are the founders

  • Goals and mission

  • Fields of activities

  • 3 year results

  • Future perspectives


Why have we started

Why have we started?

  • We feel concern for the educated society

  • We go for competitive Lithuania in EU and the whole world

  • Encourage Internet usage – encourage the development of the economy

  • We want to decrease the growing digital divide in the society

  • We seek for mutual cooperation between business, governmental and other institutions encouraging society to use IT


Goal to achieve eu s average internet penetration in lithuania within three years

Goal - to achieve EU’s average Internet penetration in Lithuania within three years

Window to the Future is a Society modernization initiative launched by private companies and focused on the promotion of the Internet usage in Lithuania

Mission

To promote the use of internet in Lithuania and in this way stimulate the growth of the standard of living, as well as Lithuania’s competetive ability among European and World countries.


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Business alliance Window to the Future to support Knowledge Society development

(2002 May)

Omnitel – mobile market leader

SEB Vilniaus Bankas – largest commercial bank

Hansabankas – second largest commercial bank

Lietuvos Telekomas – fixed communications incumbent

Sonex group and Alna – largest Lithuanian IT companies


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New Partners Joining


E citizenship development through public private partnership window to the future case

Lithuanian Government Joined the Alliance

It is only co-ordinated efforts of business and the government that can create a synergy effect,

which will help to change the situation substantially.

Cooperation agreement with the Ministry of Interior to increase the number of W2F public internet access points

Agreement with the Ministry of Education on cooperation in organizing large-scale internet trainings.


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Municipalities

Information Society Development Committee

Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists

Lithuanian Labour Exchange

Local communities

Private supporters

Other supporters of the initiative/ social partners


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Fields of Activities since 2002

  • Access

  • Internet access for all layers of the society

  • Training

    Educating society and training people in using computers and

    the Internet

  • E-Content

    Encouragement to develop and use electronic content and services relevant to the society


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In 3 years 175 Public Internet Access Points are opened


What is a langas ateit piap

What is a “Langas į ateitį” PIAP?

  • 2-3-4 PCs with Internet access located in local government offices,libraries,community centers,museums, hospitals, post offices, sale points SIMAS

  • The PIAP provides free Internet access to the visitors

  • The PIAP is likely to be a key institution for the local rural community

  • The PIAP (and/or local government) is responsible for the expenses to run the PIAP (premises, part of an Internet monthly fee, staff)

  • Main activities: Information search,e mail for communication,PIAP is used for local community purposes (OSF, EU projects); computer literacy courses; LIBIS – library info search; games


3 stages of piap development

3 stages of PIAP development

Integrating private, state and EU Funds it is foreseen to establish a net of nearly 1000 PIAPs in the nearest 2 years

400 PIAPs

300 PIAPs

2002

2005

2006

2007

175 PIAPs

475 PIAPs

875 PIAPs


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Window to the Future at Infobalt 2005

Public e.services were exposed by the Min of Internal affairs and Information Society development Committee together with the PIAP projects -


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20 000 of adults got free training on Internet Basics in 2003


About the participants

About the participants

19 452 answers

Men 20.05 %

Women 79.95 %

Residents of regional center, town 87.61 %Residents of the rural area 12.39 %


Participants education

Participants education

(19 452 answers)

  • A – university education 50.87 %

  • B – some years at the university 5.66%

  • C – higher education 25.98 %

  • D – secondary education14.49 %

  • E – primary education 3.01%


Would you recommend the training to your friend

Would you recommend the training to your friend?

(19 452 answers)

  • Yes 99.46 %

  • No 0.54 %

Trainer evaluation


Training to piap administrators and their changing role

Training to PIAP administrators and their changing role

In 2005 m. 6 seminars were run in :

  • Vilnius (2)

  • Klaipėda,

  • Kėdainiai

  • Panevėžys

  • Klaipėda


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W2F promoting the usage of Internet

“A small PIAP Library” ( 4 different issues to help the PIAP visitors and administrators in their everyday duties published in cooperation with the Lithuanian Adults Education and Information centre):


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Internet Penetration Rate (%) Growth

50 000 of adults training

Training to PIAP administrators

20 000 of adults training

175 PIAPs

75 PIAPs

475 PIAPs

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006


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Computer Literacy Basics to the Lithuanian e-Citizen

  • Project duration- 27 months

  • Project value – 8,4 mil. Lt

  • Project geography – all municipalities

  • Project goal – 50 000 adults trained

  • Training Programme–corresponds to the General Computer Literacy Standard and goes with e-Citizen program


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The Rolling Snowball Model:

From Idea to Massive Movement

Even very strong business enterprises alone are not capable of essentially changing the situation in Lithuania.

Central and local government institutions, businesses and foreign funds to support this initiative will help to change the situation substantially


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The initiative is gaining a strong momentum because of effective cooperation with local and central governments as well as inclusion of local communities

  • www.langasiateiti.lt


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