Information Technology for Development
Work data:ISSN: 1554-0170
Type of work: Journal
The Journal of Information Technology for Development (ITD) is a forum for research and application of Information Technology (IT) infrastructures in emerging economies and their relationships with the developed world. It is the first journal to have explicitly addressed global information technology issues by publishing social and technical research on the subject.
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- Nkansah, G. B. & Unwin, T. (2010) The contribution of ICTs to the delivery of special educational needs in Ghana: practices and potential
- Brunello, P. (2010) ICT for education projects: a look from behind the scenes
- Zheng, Y. (2009) Different spaces for e-development: What can we learn from the capability approach?
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- Jiménez, A. & Zheng, Y. (2018) Tech hubs, innovation and development