This portal is rich with training resources for telecentre managers and operators, as well as for trainers of telecentre staff. The portal include training resources on: telecentre management; marketing/business plan preparation; technical requirements and maintenance; women's use of telecentres; monitoring and evaluation; and basic IT skills.
This project provides online resource materials and an electronic discussion forum building knowledge for e-government practitioners in developing and transitional countries. It addresses a series of topics of potential interest to e-government practitioners and suggests solutions to issues in relation to these topics. The solutions were developed through a mix of research at the Institute for Development Policy and Management of the University of Manchester, research in local partner institutions, and discussions on the egov4dev email list.
This webpage offers links to resources specifically targeted at women. The resources are divided into two categories: general women- and gender-related training resources, and women-focused ICTs resources grouped by topics. Topics include strategic Internet use, online collaboration, web design and knowledge management.
Being an effective Internet and ICT trainer requires more than just being familiar with the tools. Developing a good training programme takes careful planning and an understanding of the organization's and individual learner's needs and context. This section draws on the ItrainOnline partners' experience in training and materials development, and offers a collection of resources for trainers which focus on Internet and ICTs training in NGOs and community organizations.
This handbook of training materials for telecentre staff was created by a team from Cornell University, in collaboration with telecentres throughout the world. The handbook is organized in 10 modules. It addresses the wide range of different factors that may come into play in the planning and daily functioning of a telecentre for community development. It is not only a self-learning tool and management guide for telecentre staffs, but also a reference resource to guide the reader toward a future search for additional educational materials.
This guide covers a full range of topics for setting up and operating telecentres, including, choosing appropriate equipment and technology, human resources, developing skills and training, organizational structures and strategies, participation of communities, stakeholders and users, sourcing information and media content, sustainability, research and evaluation.
The curriculum is for trainers who want to build the capacity of civil society organizations to understand policy and regulation related to ICT. This curriculum is part of the modular multimedia toolkit (MMTK) developed by APC and partners. A unit is the content taught in a single session. A module is a comprehensive set of units on a topic. This curriculum mainly contains individual units on ICT policy, though there is one module - on 'advocacy'. The units are available in English, French and Spanish.
This undergraduate course uses the innovative potential of ICTs to deliver an exciting and intellectually challenging learning environment through the university’s Moodle Virtual Learning Environment. It includes lectures on: the theoretical context, development challenges and the role of ICT, e-government, education, health, rural development, small and medium enterprises, and monitoring and evaluation. Lecture materials include: audio files, lecture notes, powerpoint presentations, quizzes and discussions.
The ICT4D Undergraduate Moodle Environment 2007-2008