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Freedom of information in the SADC region: implications for development and human rights
Abstract Purpose – To argue that developing countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region should embrace the concept of freedom of information to enable better human rights and economic ...
Bandwidth bottlenecks at the University of Botswana: complications for library, campus, and national development
Purpose – To examine the technical reasons for excessively slow internet speeds at the University of Botswana, to discover the present state of development efforts addressing such examples of the qualitative digital ...
Evolving paradigms in the networked world and their implications for information management in African libraries
(Archlib and Information Services, http:www.hwwilson.com/journals;http://www.ajol.info, 2008)
The networked world is characterised by the ubiquity and ever increasing application of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in various sectors of an economy, including education, government, libraries, ...
Testing a recent model of ICT in development: Botswana and its University
A recent model analyzing the role of information and communications technology (ICT) in development shows promise. The model coheres with theory on contingency, the problem of reductionism, and distinctions between deeply ...
Paradigms shifts in information environment: prospects and challenges African libraries
Purpose – The purpose is to trace the revolution in information and communication technology (ICT) and changes in this wake such as globalization, digital divide, information society, Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) ...
Diffusing information technology in Botswana: a framework for vision 2016
(Sage Publications, www.sagepub.com, 2001)
Presents the findings of a questionnaire survey carried out to determine the scope of IT diffusion in Botswana in the context of the National Vision 2016. The study was aimed at establishing the extent of IT use in the ...