What role do public libraries play as community resources and technology access points in community and international development?
How does ICT change peoples’ lives? What are the best ways to measure such changes? Looking forward, how should investments be made?
How can large-scale data be used to develop a deeper understanding of current processes of social and economic development?
What information challenges do societies in transition face? How can information literacy be used to support fair elections and peacebuilding?
How can online education, like MOOCs, best help young adults across the developing world grow successful careers?
- Information Symposium to address challenges presented by Myanmar’s digital revolution & democratic transition
- Mobile Information Literacy Curriculum now available for use & adaptation
- “Making” the Future: Conclusion of Making & the Maker Movement blog post series
- Event recording: Overview of TASCHA & the U.S. Impact Study
- Event: What is TASCHA and the U.S. IMPACT Study? An introduction to our research and people
- Translating technology terms into Burmese
- MOOC Expert Committee launches to advance online learning
- Survey launched for Advancing MOOCs for Development Initiative
- Join the U.S. Impact Study at the American Library Association annual conference
- New project announcement: Research Roadmap for Strengthening the Library Field