The groups were defined as follows:
- Indigenous Peoples
- Art and Culture
- Digital Inclusion (2)
Starting on Friday night, May 25, and during a few hours on Saturday, participants were to apply what they had learned in various workshops and create an online project.
Workshops were administered in 4 sessions of 3 workshops per session. Participants choose which workshops to attend in order to strengthen their skills in the following subjects:
- Creating an audio podcast (Georgia Popplewell)
- Digital strategy for campaigns and community management (Christian Esiponosa)- See a summary [es] by participant Carla Rby in her blog Periodismo Digital y Redes
- Blog creation and optimization (Carlos Correa)
- Collaborative projects in the Social Web (María Cristina Martínez)- She Biblioteca 2.0 [es], a compilation of digital books, documents, and more, that can be downloaded for free
- Open Software (Carlos Correa)- See a summary [es] by Carla Rby in her blog Periodismo Digital y Redes
- Citizen Journalism and Cyberactivism (Silvia Viñas)- See presentation [es] on SlideShare.
- Mobile coverage (twitcasting, mobypicture, bambuser, qik, layar, nearby) (Christian Esiponosa)
- Covering events in real time (María Cristina Martínez)
- Qualities of an entrepreneur (Álvaro Castillo)
- Everything about Twitter (Silvia Viñas)- See notes [es] by Daniel Lucas.
- Using native languages on the web (Eduardo Ávila)
Before dinner, Espinoza announced that each group would present their project with the other participants choosing which projects would be most feasible with the most impact. During and after dinner the groups met again to continue working on their project.