Patronage by University of Turin
On 8 June 2011 the Council of the Faculty of Education – University of Turin has unanimously approved the patronage of the project La nave di Clo. The ship’s crew is very happy and thank you!
Here an extract of the report of Council.
May 2011 / Best italian chidren’s online content (6 – 12 years) / Adiconsum, Save the Children and European Commission
In 2011 European Commission launched a Prize for the best content online for children. The Italian stage was promoted by Adiconsum and Save the Children. The selection took into account five criteria established by the European Commission: target, attractiveness, usability, reliability and commercial aspects. First place La nave di Clo, runner “MeraWeb” website for kids promoted by Messaggero di Sant’Antonio, ranked third “Trool”, by Istituto degli Innocenti e Fondazione Sistema Toscana.
December 2010 – eContent Award Italia
Winner of eContent Award Italy 2010 created by the Fondazione Politecnico di Milano and MEDICI Framework and inspired by WSA – WORLD SUMMIT AWARD. The aim of the contest is to select e-Contents of quality and foster innovation in new media in Italy. This award stands several objectives: it encourages creativity, brings young talent to international competitions, candida eight best Italian eContent (one for each category: eBusiness and eCommerce, eCulture and Heritage, eEntertainment and Games, and Institutions eGovernment, eHealth and Environment, eInclusion and Participation, and Education eLearning, eScience and Technology) as official representatives of Italy to the next edition of the World Summit Award 2011. La nave di Clo ranked first in the Education category. The award ceremony took place Dec. 15 at the Palace Eur – Quaroni room in Rome.
September 2010- World Summit Youth Award
Winner of the World Summit Youth Award for Education for All!. The World Summit Youth Award is an initiative of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the Global Alliance for ICT and Development (GAID) United Nations. A global contest that rewards the best digital content produced by young people under 30. Young designers, e-Content creators, writers and bloggers from around the world have been invited to present their projects in a competitive international multimedia: developing Internet content to promote and achieve the Millennium Development Goals the United Nations. For each of the categories have been identified in which three winners were given the opportunity to demonstrate its platform at the World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) in New York City, 18 to 22 September 2010. 630 projects valued from 102 UN members. 3 winner + 2 runner-up winners for six categories.