Research Papers & Journals in ICT for Development (ICT4D)

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Conceptualising ICT4D project champions

J Renken, R Heeks – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
Abstract In this paper attention is drawn to key actors who make a substantial difference to
ICT4D projects by putting themselves on the line in order to drive projects forward. We
advance the notion of’ICT4D project champions’ as a descriptive reference to these 

 

How ICT hubs models have impacted on the technology entrepreneurship development

H Moraa, D Gathege – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
 happen in the space. 3. DISCUSSIONS 3.1 Definitions of Terms The section below
defines the key terms used in this paper. These terms include: ICT, ICT4D, Hub,
Entrepreneur and innovation. 3.2 ICTs Information and Communications 

 

TV white spaces, I presume?: the quest for TVWS in Malawi and Zambia

M Zennaro, E Pietrosemoli, A Arcia-Moret, C Mikeka… – Proceedings of the Sixth …, 2013
 The Quest for TVWS in Malawi and Zambia Marco Zennaro, Ermanno Pietrosemoli, Andrés
Arcia-Moret T/ICT4D Lab The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics Trieste,
Italy [email protected][email protected][email protected] Chomora Mikeka 

 

An ethnographic assessment of electronic cash transfers in Ghana’s remote rural north

EFM Krah, JG de Kruijf – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
 3. METHODOLOGY 3.1 Anthropology’s Disciplinary Contribution Despite their massive potential,
ICT4D projects, especially in Africa, have often proved not to be sustainable so far [13, 14, 15,
22, 33].  Unveiling the Modernity Bias: A Critical Examination of the Politics of ICT4D

 

[PDF] Fundamentals of Education and ICT for Development

PO Zander – Changing Education Through ICT in Developing …, 2013
 can do for development. A second question is what role ICT plays in development,
which is the focal question of the young research field of ICT4D (information and
communication technology for development). We do not think 

 

Participatory action research & inclusive information and knowledge management for empowerment

L Stillman – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
 ABSTRACT This Note discusses current and prospective research into understandings of
Participatory Action Research (PAR) and its relationship to the development of inclusive and
pluralistic forms of Information and Knowledge Management (IKM) in ICT4D/ICTD contexts 

 

Computer science research capacity as a driver of ICTD innovation: institutional factors in Kenya and Uganda

M Harsh, GP Zachary – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
 interactions. 18, 4, 74–77. [13] Heeks, R. 2007. Theorizing ICT4D Research. Information
Technologies and International Development. 3, 3, 1–4. [14] Heeks, R. 2008. ICT4D 2.0: The
next phase of applying ICT for international development. Computer. 41, 6, 26–33. 

 

[PDF] The Unheard Voices at Dhaka University

PO Zander – Changing Education Through ICT in Developing …, 2013
 Bangladeshi universities. The chapter is structured as follows: First, we describe
the general context and argue how the accounts and ideas of administration workers’
remain an unexplored theme in the ICT4D literature. This 

 

Doctor-patient interaction in telemedicine: linking the structurational aspects to institutionalization

R Chandwani, R De – Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on …, 2013
 1. INTRODUCTION ICT for development (ICT4D) projects intend to enhance the
effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems, or introduce a new system that is
intended to be more effective and/or efficient than the existing one. 

 

[HTML] Education in a Digital World: Global Perspectives on Technology and Education

M Bullen – Journal of Learning for Development-JL4D, 2013
 Both chapters make for somewhat uncomfortable reading by those engaged in ICT for
development (ICT4D) initiatives because Selwyn suggests that, despite their good intentions,
many of these initiatives are misguided and may not be having the impact they are intended to 

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Approaches to ICT for development (ICT4D) Vulnerabilities vs. capabilities

YAC Loh – Information Development, 2013
Abstract Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D) scholars
have often criticised that most researchers in this field tend not to use theory to build, test or
extend further concepts in their projects (Ogan et al., 2009, Heeks, 2007) while Burrell and 

 

[PDF] Designing Interactive Mobile Services To Promote Civic Participation In Northern Uganda

A Alissandrakis, M Milrad – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in …, 2013
 Spider ICT4D Series| ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in East Africa 54 gy
to be used in unique ways to provide opportunities to make governmen- tal services more
innovative, transparent and cost-effective, as well as to en- courage citizens to become more 

 

[PDF] Many “Likers” Do Not Constitute A Crowd: The Case Of Uganda’s Not In My Country

J Hellström, B Bocast – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in …, 2013
 Page 25. Spider ICT4D Series| ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in
East Africa 28 ject. Motive  alignment. Keywords: ICT for development, ICT4D,
crowdsourcing,’critical success factor model’, anti-corruption, Uganda. 

 

[PDF] Study Circle Outcomes: An Evaluation Of An Adult Education, ICT And Livelihood Project Among Self-Help Groups

S Ater – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in …, 2013
 Spider ICT4D Series| ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in East Africa 84
INTRODUCTION Education is often seen as a prerequisite for development and as a key factor
for the improvements of individuals and regions development (Bada and Madon, 2006 

 

[PDF] Mobile Learning For Human Rights In Kenya: The Haki Zangu Case For Non-Formal Learning

W Jobe, PO Hansson – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in …, 2013
 The course is still ongoing, but after six months, 160 partici- EDUCATION Page 65. Spider ICT4D
Series| ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in East Africa 68 pants had enrolled,
and ten had completed the course and received certificates and digital badges. 

 

[PDF] Using Technology For Enhancing Transparency And Accountability In Low Resource Communities: Experiences From Uganda

EN Asiimwe, W Wakabi, Å Grönlund – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and …, 2013
 The research was conducted on two ICT4D (In- formation and Communication Technology for
Development) initiatives, a call center, and a telecenter supported by two projects;(1)“Promoting
Social Accountability In The Health Sector In Northern Uganda”,(2)“Catalyzing Civic 

 

[PDF] Mediated Agency: Music and Media against Corruption in Tanzania

P Uimonen – ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education in …, 2013
 platform. The heavy generator is carried to a nearby patch ANTI-CORRUPTION
Page 9. Spider ICT4D Series| ICT for Anti-Corruption, Democracy and Education
in East Africa 12 of dry grass, to reduce the noise. Although the 

 

Application of Participatory Learning and Action Methods in Educational Technology Research A Rural Bangladeshi Case

T Nyvang
 A Rural Bangladeshi Case. ICT4DBangladeshParticipatory Learning and Action
(PLA)Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA)Educational TechnologySecondary
education Authors. Khalid, Md. Saifuddin VBN,. Aalborg University 

Digital Bangladesh: Information and Communication Technology for Empowerment?

ASM Asaduzzaman
 Download (1666Kb): Abstract or Description. This study critically investigates the
concept of “digital Bangladesh” putting it in the wider debates surrounding ICT for
Development (ICT4D). The original contribution of this thesis 

[PDF] A study of the preconditions for a sustainable implementation of a digital health system in Uganda

J GÅRDSTEDT, NOA JULIN, J TÖRNQVIST – 2013
 8 2.3 Technology – a social construction ….. 9 2.4 ICT4D -‐ Information
and Communication Technologies for Development …..  10 2.4 ICT4D –
Information and Communication Technologies for 

Social Ties in Video Sharing Services: Tactics for Excavating Virtual Settlements

D Akoumianakis, N Karadimitriou, I Kafousis – International Journal of Virtual …, 2013
 Identifying Opinion Leaders for Marketing by… © 2011, 17 pp. European Parliament Online ©
2012, 14 pp. Still in Fashion? © 2013, 20 pp. The Effect of Politics on ICT4D © 2012, 21 pp. Digital
CommunicationsFeatured TitlesView our featured titles in Digital Communications. 

[PDF] Leveraging Collective Intelligence in Participatory Design Research Using Information and Communications Technology

M Grigoriev – 2013
 problems. The notion of using information and communication technologies for development
(ICT4D) to aggregate diverse knowledge within participatory  these guidelines. KEYWORDS:
Participatory Design, Collective Intelligence, ICT4D Page 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

[PDF] An Assessment of the Availability of Information & Communication Technology Tools In Selected Nigerian Research Institutes

OA Ojesanmi – African Journal of Computing & ICT, 2013
Page 1. Vol 6. No. 5, December 2013 African Journal of Computing & ICT © 2013
Afr J Comp & ICT – All Rights Reserved – ISSN 2006-1781 www.ajocict.net For
Proofreading Only – Not to be Cited. 219 An Assessment of the 

[PDF] The Policy Context for a Commons-Based Approach to Traditional Knowledge in Kenya

M Ouma – Innovation & Intellectual Property, 2014
 Smith, ML, Elder, L. and Emdon, H.(2011),“Open development: a new theory for ICT4D”,
Information Technologies and International Development, Vol. 7 No. 1, Spring (Special
Issue: Open Development), available at http://itidjournal

[PDF] Current Realities of Collaborative Intellectual Property in Africa

J de Beer, C Armstrong, C Oguamanam, T Schonwetter – Innovation & Intellectual …, 2014
Page 398. Chapter 16 Current Realities of Collaborative Intellectual Property in Africa
Jeremy de Beer, Chris Armstrong, Chidi Oguamanam and Tobias Schonwetter 1.
Introduction Drawing conclusions across numerous studies 

[PDF] Online Learning Community for Teacher Professional Development in Indonesia

E SARI, A TEDJASAPUTRA
 Professional Development, TPD, Online Learning, Online Learning Community, OLC, Online
Learning Community for Teacher Professional Development, OLC4TPD, Information
Communication Technology, ICT, Community of Practice, CoP, Learning Journey, ICT4D, HCI4D 

[PDF] From De FactoCommons to Digital Commons? The Case of Egypt’s Independent Music Industry

N Rizk – Innovation & Intellectual Property, 2014
Page 196. Chapter 8 From De FactoCommons to Digital Commons? The Case of
Egypt’s Independent Music Industry Nagla Rizk1 Abstract This chapter provides the
findings of a research study into the dynamics of Egypt’s vibrant 

[PDF] Innovation, Intellectual Property and Development Narratives in Africa

J de Beer, C Oguamanam, T Schonwetter – Innovation & Intellectual Property, 2014
Page 26. Chapter 1 Innovation, Intellectual Property and Development Narratives
in Africa Jeremy de Beer, Chidi Oguamanam and Tobias Schonwetter 1. Context
Human development, including not just economic growth but 

[PDF] Reflections on Open Scholarship Modalities and the Copyright Environment in Kenya

B Sihanya – Innovation & Intellectual Property, 2014
Page 228. Chapter 9 Reflections on Open Scholarship Modalities and the Copyright
Environment in Kenya Ben Sihanya1 Abstract This chapter outlines findings from
research into the attitudes of Kenyan scholarly publishing 

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