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Volume 2 examines the setting, operations and effects of community telecenters. It describes the telecenter experiences of a variety of local and often rural communities, exploring the management structures and mechanisms that have been established to support these telecenters. The book provides profiles of telecenter usage and discusses the potential and challenges of setting up and maintaining community telecenters in the context of poor information infrastructure and limited human capacity. It will be useful for researchers, policy- and decision-makers, and development practitioners and professionals with interests or active programs in the area of 'ICT for development,' particularly those with a focus on universal access and universal-service or public access centers. It will also be a very useful reference tool for scholars, students and academics.
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Florence Etta is Senior Program Officer for Acacia in IDRC’s Regional Offic for Eastern and Southern Africa in Nairobi. She holds a doctorate in the psychology of learning from the University of London Institute of Education. Dr Etta has authored a number of books and articles in the areas of cognitive psychology, learning, childcare, development and nutrition, gender studies, and the environment. She is a member of British Psychological Society, the Society for International Development, the Association for Women in Development, and the Kenya Information Society.
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Book Description IDRC Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1552500063
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