Editorial Advisory Board.
Additional Research Collections found in the "Contemporary Research in Information Science and Technology" Book Series.
List of Contributors.
Introductory Chapter A Brief Introduction to the Field of Information Communication Technologies.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories in Information Communication Technologies.
2: An Overview on Strategic ICT Implementations Toward Developing Knowledge Societies.
3: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Knowledge Management: A Classification of Knowledge Management Systems.
4: Postcolonial ICT Challenges.
5: Holistic Evaluation of the Roles of ICTs in Regional Development.
6: ICT in Regional Development.
7: Digital Divide: Introduction to the Problem.
8: The Evolution of ICT, Economic Development, and the Digitally-Divided Society.
9: Information Dynamics in Developing Countries.
10: Role of ICT in Development Process: A Review of Issues and Prospects in South Asia.
11: Information and Communication Technology and Good Governance in Africa.
12: Telecommunications Sector and Internet Access in Africa.
13: The Arab World, Culture, and Information Technology.
14: ICT Growth and Diffusion: Concepts, Impacts, and Policy Issues in the Indian Experience with Reference to the International Digital Divide.
15: ICT, Education, and Regional Development in Swiss Peripheral Areas.
16: Applying for Government Grants for ICT in Australia.
17: Role of ICTs in Socioeconomic Development and Poverty Reduction.
18: Evolution of the Euro and Currency Competition in the Global ICT Age.
19: The Genesis, Political, and Economic Sides of the Internet.
20: The Transformation of the Distribution Process in the Airline Industry Empowered by Information and Communication Technology.
21: Technological Innovation, Trade, and Development.
22: ICT and Business in the New Economy: Globalization and Attitudes Towards E-Commerce.
23: Collaboration Challenges in Community Telecommunication Networks.
24: Patents and Standards in the ICT Sector: Are Submarine Patents a Substantive Problem or a Red Herring?.
25: Factors Influencing the Lifetime of Telecommunication and Information Technology Standards: Results of an Explorative Analysis of the PERINORM Database.
26: Some Insights into the Impact of ICTs on Learning Agency and Seamless Learning.
27: Learning Styles and Adaptive ICT Based Learning Environment.
28: Behavioral, Cognitive, and Humanistic Theories: Which Theories Do Online Instructors Utilize?.
29: ICT Based Learning: A Basic Ingredient for Socio-Economic Empowerment.
30: Between Tradition and Innovation in ICT and Teaching.
31: Sociocultural Animation.
32: Biographical Stories of European Women Working in ICT.
33: The Beijing World Conference on Women, ICT Policy, and Gender.
34: Gender Inequalities for Use and Access of ICTs in Developing Countries.
35: WSIS Gender and ICT Policy.
36: Gender ICT and Millennium Development Goals.
37: Information Communication Technologies Development and Design Methodologies.
38: Connecting the First Mile: A Best Practice Framework for ICT-Based Knowledge Sharing Initiatives.
39: A Framework to Build Process Theories of Anticipatory Information and CommunicationTechnology (ICT) Standardizing.
40: How the National E–Strategy Shapes Competitiveness in the Information Economy.
41: An Explanatory Approach to the Political Uses of ICT Initiatives for Participation: Institutions, Context, and Characteristics of the Actors.
42: B2B E–Commerce Diffusion: The Efficacy of Institutional Discourse.
43: Enabling Strategy Formulation by ICT: A Viable Systems Approach.