TechCamp: Santiago | November 20, 2010

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November 20, 2010
Torre Telefónica Chile

Avenida Providencia 111
Providencia, Santiago, Chile
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AGENDA | HOST COMMITTEE | SUPPORTERS



Agenda

Please note that Spanish-English and English-Spanish translation will be available throughout the day. The below schedule is subject to change.

Time
Main Room
9:30-
10:00am
Registration, light breakfast, networking

Main Hall
10:00-
10:05am
Welcome,
Ricardo Faundez, Digitales por Chile
10:05-
10:10am
Message from the U.S. Embassy,
Buddy Williams, State Department
10:10-
10:20am
Special message from Jakarta, Indonesia
10:20-
10:30am
Welcome & Defining TechCamp: Santiago,
Pedro Fuentes, Chile Ayuda
10:30-
10:40am
Civil Society's Role in the 21st Century,
Ricardo Faundez, Digitales por Chile
10:40-
11:20am
Interactive Plenary: Exploring Perspectives,
Pedro Fuentes, Chile Ayuda & Suzanne Hall, State Department
11:20-
11:30am
Break
11:30-
11:40am
Defining Civil Society 2.0,
Alec Ross, State Department
11:40-
12:20pm
Fast-paced Project Presentations & Case Studies
12:20-
12:30pm
Break
12:30-
1:30pm
Topical Breakout Discussions

Breakout A
Breakout B
Democracy, Transparency, and Civic Engagement
This discussion will address the current efforts in these areas and how technology through use of new tools can increase citizen participation, help increase transparency and promote democracy.
Promoting Economic Opportunity
This discussion focuses on the work of civil society groups and institutions to encourage access to open markets, incentives for growth and how technology can be a game changer.
Breakout C
Breakout D
Environmental Protection and Climate Change
This discussion will focus on how through shared information, opening data, access to easy education, how can we better advance environmental protection to ward off climate change.
Preparedness, Risk Management & Disaster Response
Reviewing emergency response systems this group will discuss how can we reach more people with critical services and information through the use of tech based tools.
1:35-
2:35pm
Networking Lunch
2:40-
4:00pm
Hands-OnTraining Stations

Training A
Training B
How to blog, use Twitter, and Facebook and more to engage your audience
Visualizing your data through maps and more
Training C
Training D
A Lesson in connection technology tools
How technology can help in disaster response
Training E
Training F
Why your data matters and how to use it to your advantage
Effective remote working: how technology can better your work environment
4:00-
4:30pm
Coffee Break
4:30-
5:30pm
Small Group Problem Definition Sessions by Topic

Breakout A
Breakout B
Democracy, Transparency, and Civic Engagement
Promoting Economic Opportunity
Breakout C
Breakout D
Environmental Protection and Climate Change
Preparedness, Risk Management & Disaster Response
Main Room
5:35-
6:15pm
Presentations by Small Groups (video recorded)
6:15-
6:25pm
Closing and Looking Ahead
6:15pm
Reception

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Host Committee

Special thanks to our TechCamp Host Committee:
Aldo Bucchi
Jorge Dominguez
Ricardo Faundez
Pedro Fuentes
Felipe Heusser
Leo Prieto
Leo Soto
Rodrigo Tapia
Agustin Villena

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