Libraries, Telecentres, Cybercafes and Public Access to ICT: International Comparisons
Free service or good service: What attracts users to public access computing venues?
Libraries, telecenters and cybercafés: A comparison of different types of public access venues
Users of ICT at Public Access Centers: Age, Education, Gender, and Income Differences in Users
Does public access computing really contribute to community development? Lessons from libraries, telecenters and cybercafés in Colombia.
The Negligible Role of Fees as a Barrier to Public Access Computing in Developing Countries
Success Factors in Public Access Computing for Development
Lending a Visible Hand: An analysis of infomediary behavior in Colombian public access venues
Cost and other barriers to public access computing in developing countries
Gender and Public Access Computing: An International Perspective
The “cool factor” of public access to ICT: Users’ perceptions of trust in libraries, telecentres and cybercafés in developing countries
Public Access to the Internet and Social Change: An experience in Colombia, between silence and hope
Acceso público a Internet y cambio social: la experiencia en El Carmen de Bolívar, entre el silenciamiento y la esperanza
Structure and flexibility in global research design: Methodological choices in landscape study of public access in 25 countries
New challenges for libraries in the information age: A comparative study of ICT in public libraries in 25 countries
¿Comunicación para el desarrollo o para el entretenimiento?
Libraries, telecenters and cybercafés: An international study of public access information venues
Measuring global public access to ICT: Landscape summary reports from 25 countries around the world
An assessment of venues providing public access to ICT: A tale of 25 countries
Libraries, Telecentres and Cybercafes: a study of public access venues around the world
Structure and flexibility in global research design: Methodological choices in Landscape Study