In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1instalaciones donde se presta asistencia y se proporciona acceso a la tecnología y a la informática a los miembros de una comunidad
- In some circles, they are called virtual village halls, telelearning centres, telecottages, electronic cottages, community technology centers, networked learning centers and digital clubhouses.
- The company secretary said options included a heritage centre and a telecottage learning and technology facility, but there was not enough energy and support from the community to pursue any of the projects.
- In most cases, e-workers work from home full or part-time, or they can work from designated telecottages - resource centres where they can pay to use the centre's facilities as employees working at a distance from their employer.
- These centers themselves can hardly be considered electronic media, but they have become rather popular with international organizations under names such as infoboutiques, telecottages, and multipurpose community telecenters.
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