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Human development and global advancements through information communication technologies; new initiatives.

9781609604974

Human development and global advancements through information communication technologies; new initiatives.

Ed. by Susheel Chhabra and Hakikur Rahman.

Information Science Publishing

2011

364 pages

$180.00

Hardcover

HC79

Human development is a development paradigm that integrates people into the process, rather than looking only at the rise or fall of a nation's economy. Some of the roles that information and communications technology are beginning play in it are explored by contributors either in the technical side or the development side the issue. Among the topics are development cooperation in the network society, reorganizing people in customer knowledge management change, enhancing accessibility to information systems by dynamic user interfaces, developing peer-to-peer supported reflection as a life-long skill, information technology education and economic development in rural Nigeria, and technology-related trust issues in inter-organizational business relations.

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