This book identifies and discusses the most pressing issues facing the global telecenter movement, presents a condensed view of the current state of knowledge with regard to telecentres, and highlights possible paths forward. THe primary audience for this book consists of individuals, firms and organizations that are involved, either directly or indirectly, in the planning and deployment of telecentres, with an emphasis on large-scale deployments.
This paper presents the synthesis of a comprehensive research study conducted by Microsoft Research India, University of California, Berkeley, and London School of Economics, on why it is difficult to sustain development-oriented kiosks, and what are the factors for success.
telecentre.org is a community of people and organizations committed to creating resources that telecentres need to succeed. The community has over 500 resource related to telecentres.
APCICT engages experts from across the globe through online consultation
25 May 2010 – Environmental and information and communication technology (ICT) experts meet online to discuss regional ICT capacity building hub’s forthcoming training curriculum.