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New Technologies and Education in Developing Countries Assessing the application of multimedia to improve education in rural Niger and Burkina Faso Publisher : International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD), pages 29 Author: Jechiam Gural The participants in this research project are SNV (Netherlands Development Organisation), IICD (International Institute for Communication and Development) and Noterik & Doonder Multimedia. The rural areas of West African […]

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Internet use by linguistically diversified people.

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e-Strategies at a glance National ICT policies and e-Strategies – of few SAARC countries  

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  HI VOS INI T I A T I V E S Promoting e-Culture A dress changing colours in reaction to electronic radiation in the environment.Cl o the s e quipped wi th s ens o r s tha t produce electronic music based on your and other’s movements. Just some futuristic and fascinating examples of applications of electronic […]

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People with mobile, people on net Initially, offices were full of papers, now we are going towards a ‘paperless’ office. Now we have files on our PC, all the information are on web!! We started communicating with speech, then writing, then speech through wire, now it’s the age of ‘wireless’ which is approaching. Let’s have a […]

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The first open publishing initiative Named after the 15th century German printer and goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg, Project Gutenberg (PG) has been one of the path finding initiatives to integrate traditional printing with digital technology and technology enabled services. PG has opened the floodgates for many open publishing ventures attempted across the world. The number of […]

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Supporting national efforts to achieve MDGs  Dr Olson arrived in India in September 2003, to head one of the largest core programmes of the UNDP, focusing on decentralisation, poverty reduction, natural resource management, human development analysis and HIV/AIDS. Prior to her assignment in India she held a similar position in Malaysia with additional responsibility for Singapore […]

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