National ICT Resource Page Launched

I’m pleased to announce the launch of a new resource for those interested in ICT4D, one that we hope will be useful to anyone looking for country-specific resources regarding National ICT Policies and Strategies for countries around the world. Our IDEV4100 class members from this past semester (Fall 2012), each of whom focused on a particular country over the course of the semester, have compiled their country-specific ICT resources, including data, indices, and policy documents, and together we’ve created a single-point source for everything here on our blog. We will continue to update these resources and add additional countries on a semester-by-semester basis, and we welcome comments, additions, and suggestions as we build this resource. Thanks to all the students from the class who contributed!

Country ICT Resources: https://tulaneict4d.wordpress.com/country-ict-resources/

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About jessports

PhD candidate at Tulane University, studying ICT4D, M4D, and applications of technology in disasters and humanitarian aid. Proud member of the American Red Cross for 14+ years, focusing on international humanitarian law, disaster services technology, young professional engagement, and disaster volunteer training. Nerdy New Orleans cosplayer, lover of all things sci-fi, including Star Trek & Doctor Who. View all posts by jessports

One response to “National ICT Resource Page Launched

  • benclaassenspeaks

    Congratulations on your blog launch for the new year. I see where you are doing great things at my almamata pardon my Latin–Tulane. This will be the year for more public policy blogging in my areas of enengy and economics. I will try to follow you as you teach and learn at Tulane.

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