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IDIA2011 Conference Papers

Steyn J, Villeneuva, EM (eds) 2011
ICT for development: people, policy and practice.
IDIA2011 Conference Proceedings. IDIA2011 Conference Proceedings. Lima, Peru.
ISBN 978-0-620-51717-1


Attwood, Heidi; Julian May; Kathleen Diga
The complexities of establishing causality between an ICT intervention and changes in quality-of-life: the case of CLIQ in four poorer communities in South Africa
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Draganova, Anrieta
The Impact of Research and IT solutions in the Context of Tertiary Educational Institutions in Dubai: A Case Study
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Gush, Kim; Ruth de Villiers
A qualitative study on software application usage and user behaviour at South African Digital Doorway sites
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Kirlidog, Melih; Etienne Barnard
A framework for developing speech recognition systems for resource-scarce languages. 
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Marais, Mario
An analysis of the factors affecting the sustainability of ICT4D initiatives
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Nilsson, Anders; Therese Nilsson
Global Development and ICT for Building Civil Societies in Developing Countries
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Sabiescu, Amalia
The Issue of Collective Agency in Community-based Open Content Creation
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Shaheen, Nazima
The Prospects and Challenges for Women Empowerment through Open ICT4D in Pakistan
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Thinyane, Hannah; Takayedzwa Gavaza; Alfredo Terzoli
An investigation into culturally-relevant GUI components within marginalised South African communities
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van Belle, Jean-Paul; Gavin Rossouw
Factors influencing the uptake of Social Networking Sites in South Africa
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van Biljon, Judy; Evan Dembskey
Learning tools in resource constrained environments : Learning from e-learning in the time of m-learning
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van Zyl, Izak; Isabella Rega
Critical approaches and varied impacts: Understanding the role of educational technology in disadvantaged schools
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