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Charity Gamboa-Embley
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Did you take the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP from DiploFoundation? If so, in which year? Who was tutoring you?
2007/Priyanthi Daluwatte; Marsha Guthrie for the Research Phase
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
Seiiti told me. :)
What are you currently doing today and projects you have related to Internet governance?
Ph.D Curriculum Instruction | Language & Literacy - Texas Tech University
M.Ed Curriculum & Instruction | Developmental Literacy - Texas Tech University

Instructor, Workforce Development - Goodwill Industries of Northwest Texas, Lubbock, Texas | http://goodwillnwtexas.org/

e-Mentor | New Teacher Center - Santa Cruz, California | http://www.newteachercenter.org/

Undergraduate and Graduate Research Paper Judge

Past Diplo IGCBP Tutor

Presenter - Texas Association for Literacy Education - Advocacy and Literacy in Workforce Development: Addressing Barriers in Employment Opportunities
Panelist - | Open Web Content Education | http://www.slideshare.net/rustan108/open-web-content-education

Vice-President- ISOC PH [Internet Society Philippines Chapter]

NSTA Science Scope Advisory Board Member - 2012 to 2015

ARIN XXVII (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) Fellow representing North America, October 2010.

ISOC Ambassador 2009 [http://www.isoc.org/pubpolpillar/igfambassadors/alumni.php]

Internet Governance Caucus (IGC) Appeals Team - 2010-2011

15 years of professional classroom and online teaching/distance education

Global Voices Lingua - started GV in Filipino: http://fil.globalvoicesonline.org/

Mozilla Open Education 2009 Participant & Graduate

IGF Wikipedia:
English - [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Governance_Forum]
Tagalog - [http://tl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pagpupulong_sa_Pamamahala_ng_Internet]

IGF Remote Participation Working Group - http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org/profiles/blogs/interview-cha...

Diplo Page in TakingITGlobal

GK3 in Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

OECD Civil Society Forum/Ministerial Meeting - Seoul, Korea - collective process on the CS paper on the "Future of the Internet Economy" within the framework of The Public Voice
IGF - Hyderabad, India
IGF - Sharm el Shiekh, Egypt

Consulting - ESL, curriculum formulation in Internet Literacy

Net Author/Writer
In which ways the capacity building provided by Diplo has helped you and your community in Internet governance issues? (Question only for IGCBP Alumni)
It has strengthened my resolve to push for ICT Education and the Empowerment of Women and Youth in the grassroots community in my country. Most of the social and political issues are always intertwined and we have different players in that sphere working for different causes but not knowing that all theses players and stakeholders are working on the "common good." Hence, I am all for open access to learning because it opens doors for further education and innovative courses in higher learning that would allow Filipinos to understand the concept of "real involvement." Innovative ideas become irrelevant when threaded in politics. If we open doors to innovation, then it would stop mediocrity that is flourishing in most developing countries. Issues are here because it needs people to get involved and through IG, something has been done in this era.
Please list the names of organizations you are a member of, including hyperlinks for more information when possible.
Internet Society (ISOC) Philippines Chapter - http://isoc.ph/portal
Texas Association for Literacy education - http://www.texasreaders.org/
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) - http://www.nsta.org
Texas Education of Biology Teachers (TABT) - http://www.texarkanacollege.edu/~mstorey/TABT/
Literacy Lubbock - http://www.LiteracyLubbock.org
National Organization for Professional Teachers, Inc. (NOPTI)
IGF Remote Participation Working Group - http://www.igfremote.info
Philippine Commons (Creative Commons Philippines) - http://philippinecommons.org/creative-commons/
International Museum of Women (IMOW) - http://www.imow.org
Taking IT Global (TIG) - http://www.takingitglobal.org
Global Voices Online: GV Lingua (in Filipino) - http://fil.globalvoicesonline.org
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Literacy For A Cause

Please support literacy! It's a great cause to cut those barriers in employment through proper ICT education: http://www.slideshare.net/rustan108/rt-38-presentation-place-based

I am trying to stay warm in my office. We just moved to a new office so my classroom computers have not yet been set up and it's been a long week of moving. I just wrapped up the new curriculum I developed with our team n…

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Posted on December 5, 2013 at 9:00pm

Improving the Philippines' Broadband Infrastructure

I found this interesting "piece" that can sum up key Internet issues in the Philippines forwarded by PREGINET (Philippine Research Education and Government Information Network).  Basically, any regular Internet user in the Philippines has to deal with one major problem - why is the Internet so slow? There is domestic traffic but all this traffic is being sent out of the country before returning to the Philippines. Bottom line is - the Philippines needs to set up a local Internet exchange.…

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Posted on February 18, 2011 at 3:49pm

Philippine IPv6 Training and Conference Summary

Last January 24 to 27, ISOC Philippines Chapter coordinated with APNIC and among others for a training and conference on IPv6. A summary of those events can be found in the ISOC website under "Monthly Newsletter" on chapter updates. If anyone is interested to read, here is the link:

http://isoc.org/wp/newsletter/?p=3177

In addition, one of our Diplo colleagues, Asif Kabani, also presented on "IPv6 in Pakistan" remotely.

Posted on February 11, 2011 at 6:56pm — 1 Comment

2011 Philippine IPv6 Conference and Training

I would like to invite everyone who is interested to join ISOC Philippines Chapter for the 2010 Philippine IPv6 Conference and Training this coming 24-27 of January 2011 at the Shangri-la Hotel, Ayala, Makati City, Philippines.  The upcoming event is…

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Posted on January 12, 2011 at 5:44am

ARIN XXVII Fellowship Program Now Open

I would like to share this great opportunity to the Diplo community for the upcoming ARIN (American Registry for Internet Numbers) XXVII fellowship program this coming March 2011 in Puerto Rico. The application period opened today, January 11 and will close on the 25th of February 2011. I got this news blast from Jud Lewis, Membership Coordinator for ARIN, whom I have personally met last October 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia. I was fortunate enough to receive the fellowship for ARIN XXVI in…

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Posted on January 12, 2011 at 5:30am

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At 7:35am on March 18, 2010, Fahd A. Batayneh said…
I could not resist not adding you :-)
At 4:14pm on February 20, 2009, max senges said…
hi charity - i have just seen your interesting question (from late december :( sorry for not replying i didnt see it - could you post the question to the community by sending it to our mailing list? thanks!
At 8:11am on January 10, 2009, Maureene Bello said…
Hi Cha, ISOC.PH just rejuvenated. If you can see in the www.isoc.ph, I'm there now as part of the board. We just had the nomination and election of officers among members who wish to rejuvenate it. You can email rejuvenate@isoc.ph for membership. It would be good to have you in. :)
At 10:23am on January 6, 2009, Maureene Bello said…
No problem... you seem very busy there. I'm proud that you're with Diplo now carrying our flag. Hope others can make well too. My experience was not good during the second phase of our Diplo IGCBP unfortunately. The group was not able to deliver as expected. I got pulled in the process. Anyway... would be good to participate again in the discussion.
At 2:01am on January 6, 2009, Maureene Bello said…
Hey charity, thanks for your comment and Happy New Year! You have a lot of things going on in your page. :) I hope 2009 will be another blessed year for you.

Regarding your inquiry, PSITE has chapters in every region. What region do you belong? It is open to all IT educators/enthusiasts. There are two types of membership. Individual at P500/year and Institutional at P2000/year. The national convention is set this February in Dakak. It will be a good opportunity to become a member. Current PSITE president is Dr. Jimmy Caro and secretary is Gracie Tyler. You can reach her at graceftyler_spcf@yahoo.com. She can help direct you to the proper PSITE chapter. Good Luck!
At 5:15pm on December 23, 2008, Seiiti said…
hey cha - tks for sharing the intl media studies deadline! very interesting.

if you leave the event as it is, tomorrow it will disappear from the listing (though it will still be in the database) - I would suggest that you edit it, putting the event with the date of the deadline for the applications

happy holidays!
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At 9:12pm on December 10, 2008, Maureen Hilyard said…
Hi there. I looked at KFC but opted for Hard Rock Cafe. At least it had tables to sit at. KFC drink machine wasn't working when I was there.
At 9:10pm on December 10, 2008, Maureen Hilyard said…
I looked at the KFC at the airport but opted for the Hard Rock cafe cos they had chairs and a table. I commented on this at the kiosk asking for feedback about the Airport. Glad we were able to share time together after the forum. Wish I'd had more money when we were shopping. C'est la vie.
At 9:07pm on December 10, 2008, Maureen Hilyard said…
Hi there. I looked at the KFC but their drink machine wasn't working and I didn't think that I could eat the meal without a drink, so I opted for a burger and a drink at a comfortable table at the Hard Rock cafe. It was very nice. I spent a bit on my card at the shops though. Interestingly although I had to wait for nearly 3 hours for the flight the time went by quite quickly. Did you fill in the questionnaire at the kiosk? I did. Told them that the chairs weren't comfortable to sit on for 3 hours and there weren't enough tables to work on a computer if you were trying to get some work done. But the toilets were clean and tidy (had something positive to say too!) Glad we were able to find some free time together. I enjoyed our shopping spree. Wish I'd had more money.
At 1:07pm on December 10, 2008, Raquel Gatto said…
Hello Charity!! It was so nice to meet you last week!! Indeed I left on 6th just after the Diplo Negotiation Simulations...sorry for not saying
goodbye :-)
 
 
 

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