The development of a Cape Verdean World
Wide Web Home page as an Internet-based resource for use in
education, tourism, business, government, etc. Promotion and support of the subsequent decentralization and distribution of Capeverdean web initiatives, both individual and institutional, and the promotion of the concept, implementation and expansion of Capeverdean Cyberspace.
The establishment of Internet-based, globally-accessible
electronic discussion groups and bulletin boards for the
dissemination and exchange of information about Cape
Investigating the use of computer-based tools such as GIS,
remote learning, and Internet-based videoconference.
Promoting the utilization of this technology for education and supporting the establishment of Internet-based remote
learning capabilities in Cape Verde and in the Diaspora.
Promoting an understanding of the the proper role of
computers as well as the limitations of information
technology and the dangers associated with misapplication
and misuse of this technology.
Studying and developing strategies to overcome language
barriers, particularly with respect to software and
interfaces, to the introduction and utilization of computer
technology in Cape Verde.
Studing new ways of computer input, output/display and
networking, including custom graphical interfaces and
information kiosks, appropriate to the effective
implementation and utilization of this technology
in Cape Verde.
If you are interested in supporting the efforts and activities of the CVIP, please contact Richard Leary, email@example.com
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