Good ICT Practices and Monitoring the Digitial Divide

Long, long ago bloglined, when I first read it at Nonprofit Online News: the danish site of the Ministry of Foreing Affairs Good ICT Practices is absolutely great (disclaimer: the site’s in English).

There is a lot of cases, "lessons learned", a list of organizations and, most important to me, Key Documents, with an interestnig compilation of reports and books about ICT4D. Though I already knew most of them, it’s been a nice surprise to find a report by George Sciadas entitled Monitoring the Digital Divide. Following the links I notice that this paper was sort of a preprint or presentation of the upcoming Monitoring the Digital Divide… and Beyond . From my own standpoint of view, the richest aspect to me — pursuing an ICT4D research — is that it includes a description of the methodology followed, the model, indicators, etc.

If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:

Peña-López, I. (2006) “Good ICT Practices and Monitoring the Digitial Divide” In ICTlogy, #32, May 2006. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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