The Briefing Note Series aims to provide at-a-glance information of key ICTD issues for policymakers, and facilitate their understanding of the potential of ICT when formulating national development policies and programmes.The most recent Briefing Note focuses on policy considerations drawn from the "Social Media, Development and Governance" Academy module.
First published by the Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development in 2010, the ICTD Briefing Note Series has been translated into Myanmar language by the Civil Service Selection and Training Board of Myanmar.
First published by the Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development in 2010, the first three editions of the ICTD Briefing Note Series have been translated into Uzbek language by UNDP in Uzbekistan's ICTP Project.
Russian version of ICT for development (ICTD) publication looks to raise awareness on ICT for development by targeting high-level government officials and policymakers from across the Commonwealth of Independent States and Russian-speaking Countries.
This briefing note focuses on disaster risk management as an information-hungry set of activities for protecting the public’s welfare and promoting sustainable development. Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs), particularly computer and Web-based digital technologies, are used to connect the decision maker or actor to the sources of information, and to analyze these in order to know what to do or what to avoid.
Updated first eight editions of APCICT’s ICTD Briefing Note Series. The publications, based on the curriculum of APCICT’s “Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders Programme” (Academy), are designed to provide senior government officials with concise yet detailed analysis of ICT for development related issues and topics.
The Briefing Note Series was first published online in July 2010.
The APCICT Briefing Note Series aims to provide at-a-glance information on key information and communication technology for development (ICTD) agendas for high-level policymakers and stakeholders.
Briefing Note on ICT Competency Standards discusses how ICT competency standards can be utilized to strengthen national ICT capacity development efforts. It also provides steps and recommendation on developing national ICT competency standards.