e-Readiness Bibliography

These last months we have been working (in fact, I joined the team just some weeks ago) i a project for the XIII Cumbre Judicial Iberoamericana about the state of e-Justice in the 22 countries members of the Cumbre.

The gathering of information has been very interesting and, in fact, we’re just in the middle of our way to a final report. Nevertheless, some really cute references have arosen concerning e-Readiness, my main field in the team.

Here they come:

Harvard University. (2000). Readiness for the Networked World. A Guide for Developing Countries. Cambridge: Center for International Development at Har vard University.
Retrieved February 17, 2006 from
http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/readinessguide/guide.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I found really useful Harvard University’s guide. Should not miss it.

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University ICT4D

Chris Coward and the Center for Internet Studies at the University of Washington run this site to promote ICT4D in the framework of the University and/or higher education, to think about the role of this institution in the field of development by means of ICTs.

They’re not the only ones:

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Knowledge Management for Development Journal Vol 1, No 3

Under the generic title of Understanding the role of culture in knowledge sharing: making the invisible visible, Vol 1, No 3 of the Knowledge Management for Development Journal (KM4D) is out.

[via Nancy White through the Online Facilitation list]

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