Sara VanniniNewMinE (New Media in Education) Lab
...international...marginalized social groups
EU enlightenmentLinear progressEconomical, social andpolitical welfare
Pb   ?
Europe-centred         No sufficient         consideration ofPb   ?   earlier traditions,and         of moral and ethical ...
and
AccessHealthEducationParticipation/GovernanceEntrepreneurshipAgricultureCultureEmergencies
ITU establishes a commission  to examine the worldwide      telecommunication         development
infoDev    (Banca Mondiale),International Institute forCommnication and Development(IICD    ), Global DigitalDivide Initia...
Collaboration among governments(donors and receivers); multi-stakeholdersinterventions;
(Geneva, Tunis)Action Arease-government, e-business,e-learning, e-health,e-environment, e-agricolture,e-rural.
New opportunities forunderpriviledged areas tocatch up
New opportunities forunderpriviledged areas tocatch upAccentuation of unevendevelopment – rich remaincompetitive
Inequalities among groups in terms of                access to                actual use of                ability to (use...
Based on   income           age           education           gender           ethnicity           geography (urban vs rur...
vs
vsFactors that          Physical availabilityinfluence people      of ICTs, infrastructureto use technologies
major   to access
major                        to access    Literacies    Content relevance    Culture of information    Cost of information...
1 Household = 1 Computer    it does not work
A public place where people can access computers,the Internet, and other digital technologiesto enable them to gather info...
Digital DivideInclusionInformation Society
1983 – Harlem, USA1985 - Sweden
Scandinavian ModelAnglo-Saxon Model
Scandinavian Model – community/rural developmentAnglo-Saxon Model – profit/commercial oriented
1990s – exported to Developing Countries
ITU, UNESCO, USAID, ...
•   Urban / rural•   Multi-purpose / narrow focus•   Stand-alone / attached•   Community-based / establishment•   Independ...
NEWMINE LAB – USI, LuganoUniversidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Mozambique
(2011)
C M Cs i n M oz a mbi q ue        2000   UNESCO   2000-2004   8 CMCs in Mozambique (Community               Radios 1990s) ...
local languages
oral communication
electricity
effectivesynergies
digital literacycourses
high maintenacecosts
littlecontextualization
photocopies
appropriation
in-boundwithin communityout-bound
in-boundwithin communityout-bound
e-rurale-governmente-learning      e-environmente-health        e-businesse-agricolture
sara.vannini@usi.ch  www.newmine.orgwww.react-project.ch
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres
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Intro to ICT4D and telecentres for Public Management and Policy (PMP) MS students at USI, Lugano, 25 October 2012

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Intro to ICT4D, digital divide, and telecentres

  1. 1. Sara VanniniNewMinE (New Media in Education) Lab
  2. 2. ...international...marginalized social groups
  3. 3. EU enlightenmentLinear progressEconomical, social andpolitical welfare
  4. 4. Pb ?
  5. 5. Europe-centred No sufficient consideration ofPb ? earlier traditions,and of moral and ethical dimensions Relies mainly on economic indicators
  6. 6. and
  7. 7. AccessHealthEducationParticipation/GovernanceEntrepreneurshipAgricultureCultureEmergencies
  8. 8. ITU establishes a commission to examine the worldwide telecommunication development
  9. 9. infoDev (Banca Mondiale),International Institute forCommnication and Development(IICD ), Global DigitalDivide Initiative (WorldEconomic Forum), WorldDevelopment Report (BancaMondiale), Acacia, AfricanInformation Society Initiative,Canada’s Intern DevelopmentResearch Centres (IDRC),Y2K...
  10. 10. Collaboration among governments(donors and receivers); multi-stakeholdersinterventions;
  11. 11. (Geneva, Tunis)Action Arease-government, e-business,e-learning, e-health,e-environment, e-agricolture,e-rural.
  12. 12. New opportunities forunderpriviledged areas tocatch up
  13. 13. New opportunities forunderpriviledged areas tocatch upAccentuation of unevendevelopment – rich remaincompetitive
  14. 14. Inequalities among groups in terms of access to actual use of ability to (use of) impact of ICTs.
  15. 15. Based on income age education gender ethnicity geography (urban vs rural + country)
  16. 16. vs
  17. 17. vsFactors that Physical availabilityinfluence people of ICTs, infrastructureto use technologies
  18. 18. major to access
  19. 19. major to access Literacies Content relevance Culture of information Cost of information Technophobia Complexity of ICTs Power/Control
  20. 20. 1 Household = 1 Computer it does not work
  21. 21. A public place where people can access computers,the Internet, and other digital technologiesto enable them to gather information, learn, andcommunicate with others, while they developessential digital skills.
  22. 22. Digital DivideInclusionInformation Society
  23. 23. 1983 – Harlem, USA1985 - Sweden
  24. 24. Scandinavian ModelAnglo-Saxon Model
  25. 25. Scandinavian Model – community/rural developmentAnglo-Saxon Model – profit/commercial oriented
  26. 26. 1990s – exported to Developing Countries
  27. 27. ITU, UNESCO, USAID, ...
  28. 28. • Urban / rural• Multi-purpose / narrow focus• Stand-alone / attached• Community-based / establishment• Independent / networked• Profit-oriented / service-oriented• Publicly funded / privately funded
  29. 29. NEWMINE LAB – USI, LuganoUniversidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Mozambique
  30. 30. (2011)
  31. 31. C M Cs i n M oz a mbi q ue 2000 UNESCO 2000-2004 8 CMCs in Mozambique (Community Radios 1990s) 2004-2005 scale-up phase (plan: 50 new CMCs) 2010 MZ Ministry of Science and Technology (128 districts) 2011 34 CMCs
  32. 32. local languages
  33. 33. oral communication
  34. 34. electricity
  35. 35. effectivesynergies
  36. 36. digital literacycourses
  37. 37. high maintenacecosts
  38. 38. littlecontextualization
  39. 39. photocopies
  40. 40. appropriation
  41. 41. in-boundwithin communityout-bound
  42. 42. in-boundwithin communityout-bound
  43. 43. e-rurale-governmente-learning e-environmente-health e-businesse-agricolture
  44. 44. sara.vannini@usi.ch www.newmine.orgwww.react-project.ch
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