An assessment of venues providing public access to ICT: A tale of 25 countries
This paper is based on a comparative study of venues that provide public access to information and communication technologies in 25 countries. We study how diverse people can and do access and use ICT and what factors influence availability at these venues. Our aim, through such an analysis is first to map what is available through the public access venues in these countries and second to arrive at policy recommendations to increase public access in these countries.
Ambikar, R., Coward, C., Gomez, R. (2009). An Assessment of venues providing public Access to ICT: A tale of 25 countries. 42nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Computer Society Press.