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All Blog Posts Tagged 'research' (31)

New resources about the impact of public access ICTs

It’s been just over a year since we at TASCHA released the Global Impact Study‘s final report,Connecting people for development: Why public access ICTs matter. In the past year, we have been very busy disseminating the findings, participating in discussions about public access and development, and creating various tools…

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Added by Global Impact Study on August 7, 2014 at 6:33am — No Comments

Infographic: Why public access to technology matters for development

TASCHA is excited to release a new infographic based on findings from the Global Impact Study of Public Access ICTs! Many thanks go to the team at JumpStart Georgia for helping us design what we think is a pretty cool visualization of why public access is so important and why it matters to development.

Please feel free to share,…

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Added by Global Impact Study on June 10, 2014 at 7:30am — 1 Comment

Research relating the ICT training for the underprivileged in Thailand

A series of research by CCDKM team (Onuma Natseeta, Phannaphat Sopa, Nilrumpai Pattaranont, Kamolrat Intaratat and Piyachat Lomchavakarn) start with the first topic as the study of knowledge, demand, problems and obstacles, aptitudes and expectation of the blind in using information and communication technology.

The study of knowledge, demand, problems, obstacles, aptitudes and expectation of the blind in using information technology by the research center of communication and…

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Added by Phannaphat Sopa on May 29, 2014 at 4:14pm — No Comments

The eBario project: Champion of innovative knowledge mobilization

Prescriptions for using research to influence policy and practice usually include some form of engagement between researchers and research users. People who use the results of research typically include, for the social sciences at least: members of the public who are the direct beneficiaries of the research; practitioners within the relevant…

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Added by Seu Yapa on April 20, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Global Impact Study final report released: Connecting people for development

While you’re likely reading this on your personal computer, enjoying reliable and fast internet, millions of people around the world still lack private access to this increasingly necessary resource to function and prosper in today’s world. How do those people connect to digital society? For many, digital inclusion is found at a library, a telecenter, or a cybercafé – their local public access ICT venue. For over a decade, significant investments have been made in these venues. However,…

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Added by Global Impact Study on July 3, 2013 at 2:27am — 1 Comment

Report on the impact of access to computers & internet releasing soon - sign up to get a copy

What is the impact of computers in public places like telecentres? How can this impact be measured? What about mobile phones? And what does it mean for the future of access to technology?

The Global Impact Study from the Technology & Social Change Group at the University of Washington’s iSchool is excited to announce that we will be releasing our final research…

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Added by Global Impact Study on February 26, 2013 at 2:43am — No Comments

European eInclusion mapping: MIREIA survey launched!

On January 2nd, Telecentre-Europe has launched the MIREIA survey - a mapping exercise of telecentres, libraries and other eInclusion actors that operate in the EU27. The survey is now available to be filled online in no less then 14…

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Added by Lize De Clercq on January 7, 2013 at 10:18pm — No Comments

Why Poles need libraries?

After 3 years of implementing the Library Development Program at Polish Libraries, a very informative and well written report has now been issued about the impact of the program…

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Added by Lize De Clercq on January 7, 2013 at 10:14pm — No Comments

New report from the Global Impact Study - do mobile phones replace public access?

The Global Impact Study is pleased to announce the release of the Mobile Internet in-depth study research report, Public access, private mobile: The interplay of shared access and the mobile Internet for Teenagers in Cape Town. Led by Marion Walton of the University of Cape Town and Jonathan Donner of Microsoft Research India, this study assesses and describes the interplay between public PC-based Internet access and private mobile-based access for urban teenaged public access venue users in…

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Added by Global Impact Study on December 6, 2012 at 4:11am — No Comments

Global Impact Study releases user survey data

The Global Impact Study is pleased to announce the release of our user survey data. Over 5,000 public access ICT users were surveyed in libraries, telecenters, and cybercafes in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines. The data collected through these surveys is now publicly available in both SPSS/SAV and CSV formats. Accompanying the data at this time are two documents: a “readme” file that provides information on the complexities of the data, including survey skip patterns,…

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Added by Global Impact Study on July 16, 2012 at 9:49pm — No Comments

Does your telecentre ban social networking, gaming, and/or other "leisure" activities?

Photo courtesy of Flickr user ninanord

As discussed in a previous post, communications & leisure tops the…

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Added by Global Impact Study on June 29, 2012 at 6:21am — No Comments

What do public access venue users use computers & internet for?

The last few posts, as well as the User Profile paper, have looked at the characteristics of public access venue users and their access to computers and the Internet. As the survey data analysis continues, we’re beginning to look more at the uses of public access venues, and of course, the impacts. The Global Impact Study is mainly looking at …

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Added by Global Impact Study on June 19, 2012 at 3:03am — No Comments

Are all public access venue users young and male?

Photo courtesy of David Sasaki (Flickr user "oso")

 

The last few posts based on the User Profiles working paper considered the “access” dimensions of public access venues – where people access computers and the Internet and why they go to public access…

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Added by Global Impact Study on April 26, 2012 at 2:55am — 1 Comment

Why those with access at home use public access venues

The last two posts on findings from the User Profile paper described that many people only have access to computers and particularly the Internet at public access ICT venues. Public access ICT venues also provide many with their first opportunity to gain experience with computers and the Internet. However, as displayed in the last post, there are public access ICT venue users that do indeed have…

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Added by Global Impact Study on April 11, 2012 at 5:21am — No Comments

News from the Global Impact Study

Hello, Telecentre.org Friends!

 

We are happy to share our latest newsletter with you all. Please feel free to download it here. Below is a summary of what is included in this newsletter:

 

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Added by Global Impact Study on April 4, 2012 at 5:54am — 5 Comments

New web library for Global Impact Study resources - including survey instruments

The Global Impact Study is pleased to announce that we have just launched a web library, through which users can search for and download Global Impact Study reports, tools, papers, data, and other documents. We will continue adding to the library over the coming months to include materials produced in association with the Global Impact Study.

 

In addition to papers, such as our recently released…

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Added by Global Impact Study on March 1, 2012 at 3:25am — No Comments

Global Impact Study - October newsletter is out!

The latest newsletter from the Global Impact Study is out!



Learn more about our upcoming survey data analysis reports on public access users, uses, and perceived impacts, our communications strategy and upcoming new Knowledge Sharing section of our website, and some emerging findings from the Philippines and the Interpersonal Communications in-depth study. You'll also find our report from the June 2011 project-wide workshop.…



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Added by Global Impact Study on October 14, 2011 at 11:36pm — No Comments

Invitation to Participate in an Online Discussion Group



Invitation to Participate in an Online Discussion Group on User/Community Participation in ICT-for-Development (ICT4D) Project

 

 

Melbourne,   September 2011

 

 

Dear Telecentre…

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Added by Glenn Maail on September 17, 2011 at 7:46am — 3 Comments

Fieldwork in Chile begins for public access ICT in disaster research

TASCHA researchers, Maria Garrido and Beth Patin, visited Chile in February to participate in fieldwork for their study investigating the role of telecentres and public libraries in disaster management.

Through focus groups with…

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Added by Global Impact Study on March 30, 2011 at 12:45am — No Comments

Research team uses Global Impact Study inventory tools in Mozambique

A research project focusing on community multimedia centres in Mozambique, RE-ACT, has adopted the Global Impact Study’s inventory data collection tools to build a list of public access ICT venues in the country. The project is led by Isabella Rega, who spent some time with TASCHA in September 2010 as a visiting scholar.…

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Added by Global Impact Study on March 11, 2011 at 7:01am — No Comments

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