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  • West, Mark (Technology & Social Change Group, University of Washington Information School, 2008)
    This paper is part of a project at the Center for Information and Society to broaden and deepen our understanding of the impact of Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD). Our intention is to ...
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Kolko, Beth; Racadio, Robert; Deibel, Kate; Krause , Kristina; Prempeh, James (TASCHA, 2014-04-02)
    This study focuses on the usefulness of "playful" computer activities, such as social networking and gaming. When venues prioritize activities like word processing or spreadsheets while restricting gaming or social networking, ...
  • West, Mark (Technology & Social Change Group, University of Washington Information School, 2008)
    This paper is part of a project at the Center for Information and Society to broaden and deepen our understanding of the impact of Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD). Our intention is to ...
  • Prefontaine, Christine (University of Washington, 2013-08-26)
    How are Georgian civil society organizations using civic media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy? Georgia Civil Society 2.0 was an action research project that assessed needs and practices, delivered ...
  • Prefontaine, Christine (University of Washington, 2013-02)
    How are Georgian civil society organizations using social media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy? A rapid assessment conducted as part of the Georgia Civil Society 2.0 project found that most ...
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Global, TNS (2013)
  • Survey Working Group (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This is the English version of the venue survey consent script that was read aloud to venue survey participants. The consent script was translated into local languages in each country.
  • D. Net (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This is the non-user field testing report for Bangladesh. It describes the process of testing the non-user survey in Bangladesh.
  • D.Net (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This report summarizes the user and venue survey work done in Bangladesh. This report includes user and venue survey methodology, user and venue survey implementation details, and a discussion of some of the final user and ...
  • Fundação Pensamento Digital (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This report summarizes the user and venue survey work done in Brazil. This report includes user and venue survey methodology, user and venue survey implementation details, and a discussion of some of the final user and ...
  • Universidad de La Frontera Instituto de Informática Educativa (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This report summarizes the non-user survey work done in Chile. This report includes non-user survey methodology, non-user survey implementation details, and a discussion of some of the final non-user survey data and results ...
  • Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This report summarizes the non-user survey work done in Ghana. This report includes non-user survey methodology, non-user survey implementation details, and a discussion of some of the final non-user survey data and results ...
  • Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This report summarizes the user and venue survey work done in Ghana. This report includes user and venue survey methodology, user and venue survey implementation details, and a discussion of some of the final user and venue ...
  • Technology & Social Change Group (Technology & Social Change Group, 2012)
    This file contains the source code for the inventory database (http://database.globalimpactstudy.org/). The web application is written in PHP, using the Symfony framework, with a MySQL database back-end. Accompanying the ...
  • Technology & Social Change Group (Technology & Social Change Group, 2010)
    This codebook accompanies the survey of public access venue non-users, which was designed to capture non-user characteristics, indirect impacts, and to serve as a control for the user survey. The survey is divided into ...

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