18 Teams - 41 participants - 26 countries 

How can Mobile Money improve the living conditions
in a society, specifically in the rural areas?
Do remote knowledge transfer and distance learning,
for example via MOOCs, work as well as in-class lectures?
And can social inequalities be overcome
by closing the Digital Divide?


These are only some of the questions the participants of the
Hands-on project 2014 addressed in the four-week project
from 12 June to 10 July 2014.

18 international teams took the challenge and worked
on individually chosen topics on the Digital Society.
Based on their teams’ research, they created
Digital Mindmaps in which they visualized their findings.
We are presenting the most important project results
and the winning teams below.


Read more about the course of the project.
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1. Prize: Team "Digitizer"

Profit optimization through enterprise collaboration using digital media

Team 16 - Digitizer  Snezana Sando (Serbia)
  Onur Günlü (Turkey)
  Rúben García (Peru)

2. Prize: Team "INNOVA"

Mobile money for the unbanked

 Team 17 - INNOVA Leticia Luna (Mexico)
  Prerit Datta (India)



3. Prize: Team "mEHR"

Electronic health records systems for the Philippines and Indonesia

Team 12 - mEHR

Febrianto Nurcahyo (Indonesia)
Gene Gangan (Philippines)

3. Prize: Team "e-School"

e-School: Learning via Internet

  Debjani Ghosh (Bangladesh)
  Fahrin Islam (Bangladesh)
  Md. Anisul Hoque Khan (Bangladesh)