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Patrick Meier. 2015 .

Meier, Patrick, Ph. D.,

This gripping real-time drama is set against the the devastation of the Haiti earthquake. The author, a pioneer of digital humanitarianism, didn t stay idle long. Within hours, from his laptop, he d assembled a global network of volunteers to collect, analyze, sift through, map,…
  • SAIS Reserve Stacks
    HV551.2 .M44 2015
    Available
Dorothea Kleine. 2013 .

Kleine, Dorothea, 1977-

Moving ICT4D towards people, towards choice -- Applying the capabilities approach to ICT4D -- Technologies in context : introducing Algun -- State ICT policies in practice : telecentres -- Meeting people : individuals, resources and media usage…
4. World development report Journal/Newspaper , Print in English
1978 .
  • Eisenhower A Level Reference, Non-circulating
    I-IBRD 28: c. 1
    Multiple Items
  • Libraries Service Center
    HC 59.7.W659 c. 1
    Multiple Items
    • Digital copies of most articles and selections are available through the Libraries Service Center at lsc@jhu.edu.
  • Libraries Service Center
    I-IBRD 28: c. 1
    Multiple Items
    Includes
    • 2012-2013,
    • 2015-2017
  • SAIS Main Stacks
    HC59.7 .I52 1
    Multiple Items
    • Latest five years kept on Reserve.
    Includes
    • 1978-2015.
    • (2016) - (2018)
  • Libraries Service Center
    I-IBRD28: c. 1
    Multiple Items
    • Digital copies of most articles and selections are available through the Libraries Service Center at lsc@jhu.edu.
    Includes
    • 1978-1998/1999
  • Libraries Service Center
    I-IBRD 28: c. 1
    Multiple Items
    • Digital copies of most articles and selections are available through the Libraries Service Center at lsc@jhu.edu.
    Includes
    • 1999/2000-2008
2016 .
Digital technologies are spreading rapidly, but digital dividends--the broader benefits of faster growth, more jobs, and better services--are not. If more than 40 percent of adults in East Africa pay their utility bills using a mobile phone, why can't others around the world do…