JOTI - Jamboree On The Internet - is an online Jamboree co-ordinated by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM).
Unlike most other world Scouting events, JOTI takes place every year. The event is always held the third full weekend of October.
In 1996 the World Scout Committee, noting that Scouting already had a considerable presence on the Internet, and that there was already an informal and rapidly growing Jamboree on the Internet, decided that JOTI should become an official international Scouting event, and that it would run alongside Jamboree On The Air (JOTA).
During the JOTA-JOTI weekend Scouts from around the world take the opportunity to communicate with each other via the internet. Some Scouts take part in JOTI at their Scout HQ or at a Scouting event, whilst others take part in their own home.
As the internet, and access to the internet has grown, so has the number of people taking part in JOTI. WOSM estimate that over a million people take part annually in JOTA-JOTI which, by far, makes it the largest Scouting event in the world.
Information on other JOTA-JOTI activities is available from: