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Title: Global impact study : review
Authors: Batchelor, Simon
Keywords: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COMMUNITY FACILITIES
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
COMMUNICATION
INTERNET
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
ICT
OPEN RESEARCH
EVALUATION
Date: 2011
Publisher: Gamos, Reading, GB
Abstract: This formative evaluation develops recommendations based on lessons that have emerged from the coordination, management, and implementation of various activities within The Global Impact Study of Public Access to Information & Communication Technologies, at the halfway point of its five year mandate. Looking at libraries, telecentres, and cyber-cafés, the Global Impact Study investigates impact in a number of areas, including communication and leisure, culture and language, education, employment and income, governance, and health; to the extent that public use differs from private use, we need to understand these differences, and articulate the mechanisms through which they produce impact.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46827
Project Number: 104714
Project Title: Investigating the Social and Economic Impact of Public Access to Information and Communication Technologies
Access: Open Access
Copyright: IDRC
License: IDRC is copyright holder
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