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ICT in the academic reform

Tuesday 4 December 2007 - Noble Akam
International Conference on "Intelligent Use of Information and Communication Technologies in University Reorganization” June 5-7, 2008, Libreville This seminar is organized by the workgroup in charge of digital work environments in the African universities, AFRICAMPUS : GRESIC, University of Bordeaux; University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar; University Omar Bongo of Libreville; University of Kara (Togo); AUF (University Agency of the French-speaking world); AIESI (Association Internationale (...)

eLA – eLearning Africa

Friday 23 November 2007
Call for Proposals The Call for Proposals for the 3rd eLearning Africa conference is still open Suggestions for the programme can be submitted until December 7. The 3rd eLearning Africa conference will take place from May 28 to 30, 2008, in Ghana’s capital Accra. The event, organised by ICWE GmbH and Hoffmann & Reif, focuses on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Development, Education and Training in Africa. Serving as a Pan-African platform, eLearning Africa links a (...)


Thursday 13 September 2007
The biennial conference series on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication provides one of the most significant international forums for research on how diverse culture attitudes and communication preferences shape the implementation and use of information and communication technologies. The conference series brings together scholars from around the globe who provide diverse perspectives, both in terms of the specific culture(s) they highlight in their presentations and (...)


Tuesday 21 August 2007
Recognizing the developmental opportunities offered by digital technologies and the need for developing countries and developed countries to collaborate to exploit such opportunities, the World Information Technology Forum (WITFOR) 2007 is organized by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and hosted by the Federal Government of Ethiopia, in cooperation with the Ethiopian ICT Development Agency (EICTDA), the Ethiopian Information Technology Professional Association (...)

First Conference of the IDIA

Saturday 27 January 2007
The 1st Conference of the International Development Informatics Association (IDIA) in conjunction with the Centre for Community Networking Research (CCNR), Monash University will be held in Prato (Italy) on 7 November 2007. The implementation of ICT in developing economies has constraints not applicable in developed regions. Constraints cover a wide range: from technologies and infrastructures (energy grids, networks) to human aspects such as poverty and low or no literacy. The Conference (...)

International Development Informatics Association

Saturday 27 January 2007
The 1st Conference of the International Development Informatics Association will be held on 7 November 2007 at the Monash Centre in Prato, Italy, see announcement. IDIA is an association serving as a forum for international cooperation between organisations focusing on research in the use of ICT for developing economies and societies, where various constraints impact on the use of ICT compared to highly developed regions. IDIA provides opportunities for scholars and technical specialists (...)

SECOND CONFERENCE BETWEEN ENTREPRISES - ZIBAN, 14 et 15 avril 2007, University Med Khider, Biskra, Algeria

Saturday 23 September 2006
Impacts of the North/South numerical fracture on the management of the SME/SMI : "Trades, subcontracting, externalisation" EDI, company "without paper", "click and mortar", "network around large company", "multitechnologies"... are the leitmotivs of this beginning of the century in the E-co-operation between the companies. The companies became virtual by their organizations and the practices regular commercial allowing the wide company. The majority of the SME/SMI of the developing (...)

Development oriented and inclusive information society

Tuesday 25 July 2006
WSIS follow-up At its ninth session (Geneva, 15–19 May 2006), the Commission on Science and Technology for Development considered the agenda item “Bridging the technology gap between and within nations” as the substantive theme. The session provided an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of science and technology for development, to share national experiences and to identify specific measures needed at the national and international levels to bridge the technology gap, (...)

Information Society: Governance, Ethics and Social Consequences

Wednesday 22 March 2006




Wednesday 8 February 2006

Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology And Communication


The Tech Museum Awards: Technology Benefiting Humanity

Sunday 6 March 2005
The Tech Museum Awards, presented by Applied Materials, Inc. honor innovators and visionaries from around the world who are applying technology to profoundly improve the human condition in the categories of education, equality, environment, health, and economic development. The Tech Awards program inspires global engagement in applying technology to humanity’s most pressing problems by recognizing the best of those who are utilizing innovative technology solutions to address the most urgent (...)

Regional survey on Internet governance priorities

Monday 7 February 2005 - Pascal Renaud
Background and objectives UNDP-APDIP, in cooperation with UNESCAP and APNIC, is conducting a major survey on Internet policy issues in the entire Asia-Pacific region. The survey intends to reach out to all stakeholder groups, public and private sector, Internet developers and industry, as well as civil society and normal Internet users. This will provide a good overview of what the priorities in Internet policy are in your own countries, and how they vary for different stakeholders and (...)

Knowledge & Science in Africa

Sunday 16 January 2005

The production, dissemination, and preservation of knowledge...


Digital Divide or Digital Commons,Toward Global Knowledge Sharing

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Global Knowledge will draw together leaders from academia, government, and non-governmental organizations around the question of how we can take the digital revolution to the next step – how we can not only exchange bits and bytes of information but share knowledge globally to address social and environmental issues that require the full participation of the world community. Throughout our emergent global community there is much knowledge and accumulating wisdom that could address acute (...)
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