|Public Access to Information & ICTs Phase II Report|
|Sex, 16 de Outubro de 2009 12:51|
This research focuses on the public access to information and communication landscapes in 24 countries, with specific focus on public libraries, to understand the information needs of underserved communities, public access to information and communication venues, and the role of ICT.Through field research in 24 countries conducted by local research partners, and cross-country comparative analyses based on common research design elements (see list of countries and research design overview in Appendix), the project aims to contribute to the knowledge in the field of information and ICT for development. Of particular interest and value are: the comparative look at key venues (libraries and other), and the mix of depth of in-country knowledge with breadth of global comparison to elicit success factors and scenarios to understand how diverse populations can and do access and use ICT to improve their lives. All outputs of this research will be broadly disseminated to interested stakeholders and placed in the public domain.
University of Washington. Public Access to Information & ICTs Phase II Report. Disponível em http://www.cis.washington.edu/depository/landscape/documents/Brazil/Report_Brazil.doc. Acesso em 16 de outubro de 2009.