This year’s event program included shot-talks, keynote-sessions and workshops on topics such as content economy, women in ICT and visions for university teaching and research. Renowned experts such as Reshan Dewapura, CEO of ICTA, Janine Warner, Founder of Digital Family, Tomi Ahonen and Govindan Nair, of Ensoft Consulting offered a profitable experience. High ranking representatives of the United Nations and several national governments shared their visions about a digital knowledge society.
The Sheeplive.eu project (OVCE.sk in Slovak) was initiated by the civic association eSlovensko as an integral part of the projects Zodpovedne.sk, Pomoc.sk and Stopline.sk and as a significant prevention tool for implementation and propagation of safer use of the internet, mobile phones and new technologies. Target groups of the project Sheeplive are children and young people. For younger children the project acts as the prevention, for youth it wittily sets mirror of their inappropriate behavior on the Internet and the adult audiences gives an opportunity to learn and be amused. The project has two parts: cartoon series Sheeplive and internet portal Sheeplive.eu.