By Research Area
- Cost Benefit Analysis in Chile
- Digital Inclusion Framework
- e-Inclusion actors in the European Union: Theories and frameworks
- Employability Evidence Narratives
- Georgia Civil Society 2.0
- Global Impact Study
- Global Impact Study Surveys
- Immigrant Women and e-Skills in Europe
- Infomediaries: Brokers of Public Access
- Libraries, Telecenters, and the 2010 Chile Earthquake
- Open Cambodia 2011
- Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners
- Public Access Landscape Study
- Technology for employability in Washington State
- Technology Utilization in Boys & Girls Clubs of America
- US IMPACT Public Library Study
- Youth, Accessibility, and Employability in Latin America
- Youth, ICTs, and Democracy in Egypt
Disaster response in Chile: Public libraries as critical communication and information infrastructure
Public libraries, as public Internet access points and as physical and social community hubs, play an important role in the aftermath of disasters. Information...
Open Development, Open Cambodia
The world is witnessing widespread participatory movement toward transparency, democratization, and responsive governance. Pressing social need and enabling...
Disaster response in Chile: The critical role of libraries and telecenters
In 2010, a massive earthquake struck Chile, followed by a tsunami that devastated several coastal communities. The Libraries, Telecenters, and the 2010...
El Rol de los Telecentros y las Bibliotecas en Situación de Catástrofe: El Caso Chileno
Las bibliotecas y telecentros han jugado un papel fundamental en situaciones de emergencia y esta investigación examina su rol después del terremoto...
Global Impact Study surveys: Methodologies and implementation
This working paper describes the methodology for the Global Impact Study’s five-country surveys of public access ICT venue operators, users and non-users....
Libraries, Telecentres, Cybercafes and Public Access to ICT: International Comparisons
Public venues are vital to information access across the globe, yet few formal studies exist of the complex ways people in developing countries use information...
Free service or good service: What attracts users to public access computing venues?
To help frame their findings and discussion, the authors begin with a review of the existing published literature on user fees and other barriers to use...