58th JOTA and 19th JOTI Events 2015
Jamboree On The Air – Jamboree On The Internet (JOTA-JOTI) is an official international event of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). JOTA-JOTI is a youth programme event intended for young people in Scouting of all ages.
Scouts from all over the world communicate over the Air (amateur radio) and the Internet using any technology locally available. There are lots of different ways to communicate, including text-based chat, voice chat, video chat, emails, blogs, and social media networks.
The purpose of JOTA-JOTI is to enable and encourage Scouts around the world to communicate with one another by means of amateur radio and the internet, providing a fun and educational Scouting experience and promoting their sense of belonging to a worldwide Scout Movement.
JOTA/JOTI usually takes place in the the 3rd weekend in October. This year’s JOTA-JOTI 2015 will take place over the weekend 16th to 18th October. It is for each JOTA-JOTI location to decide when during the weekend they will be operational.
Thousands of Scouts & Guides come to ScoutLink every year during JOTI. They come from different countries, scout groups, ages, nationalities, and cultures. This is a great opportunity to swap experiences, make new friends, and to learn more about Scouting & Guiding all around the world. To get involved is very simple – just visit www.scoutlink.net/ and choose choose one of the options:
• Webchat, for simple and easy text chat (http://www.scoutlink.net/connect/webchat/)
• TeamSpeak, for voice chat (www.scoutlink.net/voice)
The World Scout Bureau–Africa Support Centre will be hosting an event on Saturday 17th October 2015 between 9:30 am and 12:30 pm (East African Time) and has set up channels on Scoutlink. You can connect with us on
• Webchat Channel: #africa (Webchat Nickname: WSB-Africa)
• TeamSpeak ID:
• We will also have a chatroom on the new U-Report App: JOTA/JOTI
We have attached a JOTA/JOTI Participation Guide to help you organize and take part in the events with your friends. For more information on JOTA/JOTI check out the website: http://www.world-jotajoti.info/ or http://www.scout.org/jotajoti2015. You can also email the JOTA/JOTI help team at email@example.com or Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to share with us your stories on Scout.org, Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #jotajoti.
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