Hundreds of Scouts across New Zealand participate in our annual Jamboree On The Air, where they use amateur radio to communicate with other Scouts around the world. They learn how radio frequencies work, and these skills can leas to active involvememnt in radio-broadcasting at jamborees and other events. New Zealand radio stations, professional and amateur radio enthusiasts support JOTA and provide our young people with the access to top-of-the-range equipment.
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JAMBOREE ON THE INTERNEt
JOTI is an annual international SCOUTS and Guides activity in which Scouts and Guides communicate with each other over the Internet, using web browsers, e-mail, chat programs, microphones, scanners and digital cameras.
JOTI provides an excellent opportunity to meet Scouts and Guides from many countries and other parts of New Zealand. JOTI uses the power of the internet to create valuable learning opportunities for our young people via cultural exchange and web technology.
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