Browse by Subject "ICTs"
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(iSchools, 2016-03-15)Increasing concern focuses on how Americans self-sort—choosing to live, socialize, worship, and more with like-minded people. The ways in which people interact with information, among other dynamics, may perpetuate this ...
(2009-02-08)Richard Heeks defines eGovernment as, “the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to improve the activities of public sector organizations”. eGovenment has two distinctive parts, the first, service ...
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(2009-02-08)By 2050, over one fifth of the U.S. population will be age 65 or older , suggesting increased pressure on our societies to ensure that the needs of older adults are met. Not only are our societies aging, but technology ...
Reclaiming public spaces: Issues of visibility in ICT training for persons with disabilities in Latin America (2010-02-03)As technology becomes more and more ubiquitous in the workplace and within social interactions, interest in the role of technology for the disabled has increased—first, in accessible design of technology itself, and second ...
Redefining the Role of Information Brokers: The Case of Ghana's Agricultural Innovation System and Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) (2010-02-03)SYNOPSIS The new information and communication technologies (ICTs) are rapidly evolving and continue to transform the modes and patterns of communication by enabling handling of information, facilitating forms of ...
(iSchools, 2016-03-15)Our research focuses broadly on the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enabled practices that people develop in response to disruption—an emergent phenomenon dubbed transition resilience. In our larger project, ...
Youth Community Informatics: How Young People Use New Media for Community Action and Personal Growth (2010-10-28)Can young people learn how to use information and communication technologies (ICTs) for community building, thus becoming active sustainers of their own communities? In our Youth Community Informatics project