About e-Co Hub
e-Co Hub: A Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Portal on ICTD for the Asia-Pacific region
What is it?
The e-Co Hub has been designed and developed by APCICT as a place for online convergence of like-minded individuals and organizations working to strengthen capacities in the use of information and communications technology for development (ICTD) in the Asia-Pacific region. The e-Co Hub does not attempt to duplicate the work of other ICTD portals, it aims to provide easy access to relevant resources on ICTD. The resources available in the e-Co Hub aims to support trainers and educators in building ICTD capacity, and assist policy makers in making informed decisions. Resources on the e-Co Hub include: publications, reports, journal, articles, working papers, training manuals, guidelines, case studies, video and audio files, and multimedia materials, as well as web portals with links to relevant resources, and blogsites. Users can browse these different types of resources by various topics (e.g. e-commerce, e-governance), by country, or by organization that have published these resources.
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