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Abstract The development of technological capabilities was the cornerstone of the Brazilian policies for the information industries in Brazil during the 1980s. Liberalisation promoted since the early 1990s aimed at the fulfillment of the local demand with up‐dated products and services. This...
Abstract Distance education, particularly using electronic communications, has much potential in helping the developing world. This potential is augmented by multimedia. This potential is analysed using the UK's Open University as a case study. A range of applications is described: from student...
Information Technology, Development and Policy: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Challenges, Edward M. Roche and Michael J. Blaine, eds, Aldershot, Avebury, 1996, ISBN 1–85972–234–2, 312 pp.
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