This article concerns the use of computers in public libraries in developing countries. To investigate the current level of use of ICTs and plans for the future within the public library environment, a survey was undertaken of 22 public library services in ten English-speaking African countries. The results indicate great disparities in the level of access to computers between the countries, and within country, and indicate a need for more funding and appropriate training
A collection of brief case studies about creating, adapting, disseminating and exchanging locally-produced content. Includes a page of text on each case plus bulleted 'lessons learned', which are very valuable
A wide range of international case studies of grass-roots projects involved in communication for social change. Covers radio, theatre, video and the Internet and the participatory approaches they are employed in. Each case study gives a succinct overview which includes history, background, description of the media, outcomes and constraints
Part of a collection of training manuals on different aspects of information technology use. This one guides on the use of GetWeb, a tool developed by SATELLIFE for receiving web pages through email.
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion