Maplecroft maps is a highly visual web-based resource which contains detailed country information for over 200 states and maps key social, economic, environmental and political issues and their significance to business and society.
This map features 178 countries coloured in green, pink, purple and red according to one of four distinct levels of digital access as presented in the ITU Digital Access Index (DAI) – high, upper, medium and low. Red and purple shading indicates lower levels of digital access and pink and green shading indicates higher levels of digital access.
- Global map of digital inclusion
- World Telecommunication Development Report 2003: Access Indicators for the Information Society
- Digital Access Index (DAI)
- The Digital Divide: ICT Development Indices 2004 (422 Kb)
- The Digital Divide: ICT Development Indices 2004 (1,398 Kb)
- Millennium Development Goals Overview Report
[via Andy Carvin]
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2006) “Maplecroft maps: Global map of digital inclusion” In ICTlogy,
#28, January 2006. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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