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How does public access to computers and the Internet — through venues like libraries, telecenters, and cybercafés— change people's lives?
How are Georgian civil society organizations using social media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy?
What happens when you gather technologists, human rights activists, and international experts to collaborate around openness and good governance?
What are the benefits and costs of different public access models? How willing are people to pay for ICT access across venues?
How can computers and technology programs in clubs advance 21st-century skills, employability, and social development?
How can we understand the impact of ICT training when the contexts are so diverse? How can case studies and storytelling help?
Where do people in developing countries access computers and the Internet? How is the landscape of public access venues comprised?
How does free access to computers in public libraries in the United States benefit individuals, their families, and their communities?
How do e-inclusion actors operate? What is the impact among marginalized populations? What theories and frameworks have been applied?
How does the international development community perceive public libraries as partners in development?
How did the use of ICTs impact the evolution of the April 6th Youth Movement and the trajectory of the Egyptian revolution?
What are the characteristics and views of users of public access ICT venues? What are the characteristics of operators and nonusers?
How can technology access and training empower and promote employability among marginalized groups, such youth and people with disabilities?
How can governments, public libraries, and community organizations adopt an inclusive policy posture to promote access to digital resources?
How do ICT training and digital literacy promote employability and social inclusion among immigrant women in Europe?
Does ICT training help Washington state residents find jobs? Do trainees earn higher wages? How does training effect their employability?
- eInclusion in the European Union | Mapping actors
- Global Impact Study
- Georgia Civil Society 2.0
- Open Cambodia 2011
- Cost Benefit Analysis in Chile
- Technology Utilization in Boys & Girls Clubs of America
- Employability Evidence Narratives
- Public Access Landscape Study
- US IMPACT Public Library Study
- e-Inclusion actors in the European Union: Theories and frameworks
- Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners
- Youth, ICTs, and Democracy in Egypt
- Global Impact Study Surveys
- Youth, Accessibility, and Employability in Latin America
- Libraries, Telecenters, and the 2010 Chile Earthquake
- Digital Inclusion Framework
- Immigrant Women and e-Skills in Europe
- Technology for employability in Washington State
- Infomediaries: Brokers of Public Access