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Academy Module on ICT Project Management Theory and Application for Digital Transformation and Sustainable Development

This module explores ICT project management and the theories and practices to deliver digital transformation for sustainable development outcomes. It introduces the international standards, bodies of knowledge and principles in project management to support organizations in the successful initiation, planning, implementation, monitoring and closing of projects that aim to strategically leverage ICTs to achieve Agenda 2030. The module provides guidance on tailoring the project management methodology to match the operational context and complexity of a project.

Academy Module on "Cross-Sectoral Infrastructure Sharing for Broadband"

The Academy module on "Cross-Sectoral Infrastructure Sharing for Broadband" aims to foster a better understanding and appreciation of cross-sectoral infrastructure sharing that supports broadband connectivity to reach the unconnected. It introduces the concept of cross-sectoral infrastructure sharing and how suitable strategies can be leveraged to expand the reach of broadband connectivity to the unserved and underserved living in rural and remote parts of the world.

Academy Module on "Digital Government and Transformation"

The last two decades have seen a rapid societal transformation in the way information is processed and consumed. Digital technologies are now playing a catalyzing role in the digitization of services to citizens and are being used in multiple functions across Governments. This module provides an overview of how digital technologies can be used to improve the quality of governance and, in turn, contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

ICT Trends

This publication aims to provide timely and relevant information on the major ICT trends and the implications of these trends. It serves as a knowledge resource for policymakers and government officials in Asia and the Pacific to increase their awareness and appreciation for the continuously evolving ICT landscape. It intends to present a broad understanding of how new and emerging ICT trends could be utilized to support sustainable and inclusive development.

Combating COVID-19 with ICT: Effective Practices and Policies in the Asia-Pacific Region

This paper highlights some of the major and effective ICT innovations and practices in dealing with COVID-19 in the following sectors: Healthcare, Communication with Communities, Education, Business, and Infrastructure. COVID-19 related ICT-centered interventions or trends are categorized using a newly introduced multi-dimensional evaluation framework, the 4 A-I model, which focuses on the awareness, availability, accessibility and affordability of digital technologies.

Resource Materials on "Data Privacy Laws in Asia and the Pacific"

This resource document on "Data Privacy Laws in Asia and the Pacific" was prepared by Emmanuel C. Lallana, under the overall direction of Kiyoung Ko, Director of the Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (APCICT/ESCAP), and used as training material for the Webinar on Data Privacy Laws in ASEAN, jointly organized by the National Privacy Commission (NPC) of the Republic of the Philippines and APCICT/ESCAP, from 30 November to 3 December 2020.

Academy Module on "An Overview of ICTs and Sustainable Development"

This module provides an overview of the intersections between Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), drawing attention to the various dimensions and sectors in which ICTs can provide valuable support through national governments’ policies, plans and programmes. By exploring case studies of ICT applications in key sectors of development from Asia-Pacific countries, the module highlights key issues and decision points, from policy to implementation, in the use of ICTs to meet development needs. It aims to fost