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Mobile Information Literacy: Building Digital and Information Literacy Skills for Mobile-first and Mobile-centric Populations through Public Libraries
(2nd AfLIA Conference & 4th Africa Library Summit proceedings, 14-20 May 2017: Yaoundé, Cameroon., 2017-05)
For billions of people coming online around the world - many in Africa - mobile phones (and increasingly smartphones) is their point of entry to the internet. This is true in both developed and developing countries. However, the user experience on a smartphone is very different from that on a PC or a feature phone. The different ...
Public access and development: The impacts of public access venues and the benefits of libraries
Public access to information and communication technologies (ICTs) can play an important role in development. Communities benefit when people can access information and communicate with experts and people in their social networks to learn about health, jobs, education, leisure activities, or whatever inspires them. ...