We were excited to participate actively at the event as we have been using Drupal for the past 7-8 years to create effective solutions for our clients. We got an opportunity to showcase the collaborative platform we created for United Nations University Institute for Advance Studies (UNU-IAS) during the UI/UX showcase event at the camp. This is an online collaboration and network platform called Regional Centres of Expertise (http:rcenetowrk.orgn/portal/home). Enabling Dimensions was involved in the design, development and maintenance of the portal base on Drupal.
Drupal Camp Delhi
Enabling Dimensions participated as a sponsor at the drupel Camp Delhi (DCD). DCD is the largest forum for the Drupal community in India, and the most consistently held Drupal event across the country.
FICCI Global Sports Summit - TURF 2009
Enabling Dimensions was invited to speak in the session on Capacity Building in Sports through eLearning. TURF 2009 was the first of the annual events on sports organized by FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry).
The Social Enterprise Laboratory Award
Enabling Dimensions was presented with the Social Enterprise Laboratory Award, instituted by Digital Partners, a Seattle-based non-profit organization (now merged with Grameen Bank). As part of the selection process, in 2002 Digital Partners invited project proposals from across the globe on ICT-based social initiatives. From the submissions, 10 project proposals were selected. Each selected project was paired with a prestigious business school and leading consultants to help formulate a feasible business plan. From the 10 business plans, four projects were finally selected for seed funding by Hewlett Packard in May 2003. Students from Theseus Business School, France worked with Enabling Dimensions to develop one of the winning proposals for EnableAll.org: Enabling Dimensions' initiative focusing on providing 'new skills for new economy' to youth with physical disabilities, using ICT-based distance learning.
EnableAll.org was listed as one of the projects in Microsoft's 'Partners in Potential' publication. At the World Summit on the Internet Society (WSIS), Geneva, 2003, Microsoft brought out a publication, 'Partners in Potential' - "An abridged compilation of some of the innovative technology projects taking place around the world. Projects that have earned the respect of their colleagues and are making positive steps forward along the paths of basic computer literacy, IT skills training, information access and life-long learning".