Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) and Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI) are annual events that provide an opportunity for scouts around the world to communicate with each other through amateur radio and the internet.

JOTA is held on the third full weekend of October each year and is a chance for scouts to talk with other scouts using amateur radio. JOTI is held at the same time and allows scouts to communicate with other scouts through the internet using a variety of methods such as email, instant messaging, and voice or video chat.

Both JOTA and JOTI offer a unique opportunity for scouts to learn about radio communication and internet technology, as well as to connect with other scouts from around the world. The events also provide an opportunity for scouts to practice their communication skills and to learn about other cultures.

JOTA and JOTI are organized by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) in partnership with national scout organizations and amateur radio organizations. The events are open to all scouts regardless of their age, gender, or nationality, and they typically involve thousands of scouts from around the world.