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Over the last weekend, 30 Explorers, Venturers and Adult Leaders of the St Stanislaus College Scout Group, participated in the 13th Jamboree-on-the-InterNet (JOTI) using the Computer Laboratory of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Guyana.The Scouts, aged 11 to18 and their Adult Leaders occupied computer stations for about 20 hours in order to make contact with Scouts, Guides and Leaders from countries in all the Continents, including Algeria, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic,Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping, Denmark,Wholesale Stitched NFL Jerseys, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Lebanon, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands,Authentic NBA Jerseys Cheap, New Zealand, Nigeria,Cheap Jerseys, Norway, Oman, Panama, Philippines, Russia,Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic, Scotland, Sweden, Turkey, UK, Uruguay, USA and Venezuela.According to Group Commissioner,Cheap Jerseys USA, Gary Mendonca, Scouts of the 21st century have been growing up with the World Wide Web and are able to send an email or talk by chat which is a natural daily practice for them.“Each year, in the third full weekend of October, thousands of Scouts and Guides all over the world participate in a world cyber-Net experience using this modern technology.”The event, Mendonca said, is called Jamboree-On-The-InterNet (JOTI) and is the largest annual event for Scouts. The contacts between them are established by a chat network (IRC) hosted by ScoutLink which provides the security and monitoring of the systems and particularly of the communication on the chat channels.JOTI was not only a very good occasion to get in contact with Scouts all over the world, Mendonca noted, but also one of the possibilities to collect experiences using modern technology.“The event allowed the Scouts to exchange greetings, learn about each other’s country and culture, swap programme ideas and make new friends. It is expected that these contacts will be transformed into penpals and links between Scout Troops.” It is expected that the Scouts will keep in contact with their new penpals and complete the requirements for the World Friendship Badge.The Secretary General of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement, Dr. Luc Panissod, in his closing speech to the participants, pointed out that “As every year, on the occasion of the JOTA-JOTI, you have been part of half a million Scouts coming together over the air-waves and through the Internet.On behalf of World Scouting, I thank you all, volunteers and young people from all around the world, for having shared a real spirit of brotherhood and co-operation.”Dr Panissod noted that in order to demonstrate what the Scout Movement is doing in favour of protecting the common environment there is the need to promote the challenges for climate change.He disclosed that since October 12 more than 3,000 new actions have been registered by scouts on the website of the ‘Race for Environment’, adding up to some 6,400 actions being undertaken worldwide.On your behalf, we will ensure that all these actions will be brought to the attention of the United Nations Summit on Climate Change which will be held this December in Copenhagen.“This last weekend, your friendly and supportive contributions have demonstrated the great capacity of the Scout Movement to concretely act to create a better world. I hope that you will use JOTA-JOTI to all come together again next year and I encourage all of you to continue your positive actions wherever you are.”Among those saw the local aspect of the event being possible were the Head of Department of Computer Science, Mr. Brian Coppin, and the Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Professor Brij Tewari.
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