Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Knowledge, Culture, and Society in the Information Age.
3: Digital Divide: Introduction to the Problem.
4: Global Digital Divide, Global Justice, Cultures, and Epistemology.
5: Digital Literacy and Cultural Mediations to the Digital Divide.
6: Cultural Impact on Global Knowledge Sharing.
7: E-Government, Democratic Governance and Integrative Prospects for Developing Countries: The Case for a Globally Federated Architecture.
8: Development and Design Methodologies.
9: Capacity Development Initiatives for Marginal Communities: A Few Case Studies.
10: How to Globalize Online Course Content.
11: The Diffusion of New Technologies: Community Online Access Centres in Indigenous Communities in Australia.
12: Global Knowledge Management Technology Strategies and Competitive Functionality from Global IT in the International Construction Industry.
13: Tools and Technologies.
14: Cross Cultural Adaptation in E-Learning.
15: Globalisation and New Technology: The Challenge for Teachers to Become “Translators” and Children, Knowledge Seekers.
16: Modern Technology and Mass Education: A Case Study of a Global Virtual Learning System.
17: GlobalMind: Automated Analysis of Cultural Contexts with Multicultural Common-Sense Computing.
18: Challenges in Building a Culture-Centric Web Site.
19: Utilization and Application.
20: Cultural Effects on Technology Performance and Utilization: A Comparison of U.S. and Canadian Users.
21: Balancing Local Knowledge within Global Organisations through Computer-Based Systems: An Activity Theory Approach.
22: Global Information Ethics: The Importance of Being Environmentally Earnest.
23: Envisioning a National E-Medicine Network Architecture in a Developing Country: A Case Study.
24: E-Government Strategies in Developed and Developing Countries: An Implementation Framework and Case Study.
25: Critical Issues.
26: Social Institutional Explanations of Global Internet Diffusion: A Cross-Country Analysis.
27: A Time Series Analysis of International ICT Spillover.
28: ICT Based Learning: A Basic Ingredient for Socio-Economic Empowerment.
29: IT Implementation in a Developing Country Municipality: A Socio-Cognitive Analysis.
30: Cultural Diversity Challenges: Issues for Managing Globally Distributed Knowledge Workers in Software Development.
31: Emerging Trends.
32: E-Government Payoffs: Evidence from Cross-Country Data.
33: Going Global: A Technology Review.
34: Indigenous Knowledges and Worldview: Representations and the Internet.