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Some Facts and Figures from Vienna
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Already in 2008 and 2009 youth centres in Vienna started to use „Netlog“, a the social networking platform to stay in contact with their youngsters, by mid 2009 20 out of 28 centres had their own Netlog accounts, including those 3 centres which are involved in “Incluso”. Since 2010 contact data is collected regularly.

New Study on Challenges and Chances of Social Communities in Austria published
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Vienna based research institute "jugendkultur.at" recently published a study about use of social networks among young people from 11-19 in Austria. Some key outputs also interesting for the Austrian pilot are:

New Images and Christmas Cards
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The image you give of yourself on a social platform is highly related on the real images, the pictures you upload of yourself. Therefore one of the aims in the Viennese pilot is to strengthen the youngster’s ability in making good pictures and editing them by free software. The November 2009 focus of Vienna’s Incluso pilot is on picture editing by using the free software tool “Gimp”.

Incluso Netbooks delivered!
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This week the last of the 15 netbooks to be used by participants of INCLUSO were delivered to the respective youth centres. Since early September 2009 all 15 youngsters of the core group and several more have already profiles on different social platforms but mainly on the platform "Netlog".

Austria Pilot: Social networks and social software
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Marion Horvath, Incluso coordinator at Verein Wiener Jugendzentren (VJZ) in Vienna, Austria, has chosen to conduct her research on popular social network Netlog.

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