A number of visitors to the International Development Network
http://www.idn.org/) have asked if we would be including IT Development
Issues as part of our structure.
The answer is yes. Within the next week, an IT Development Discussion
Forum will be added to the site. As of March 16, 1998 IDN has added
the following book titles to the IDN Bookstore at
NEW TITLES NOT YET PUBLISHED:
Knowledge Societies : Information Technology for Sustainable Development
The Social Control of Technology in North Africa : Information in the
Across All Borders : International Information Flows and Applications :
Corporate Networks, International Telecommunications and
Interdependence: Perspectives from Geography and Information Systems
Exploiting Information Technology for Development : A Case Study of
India (World Bank Discussion Papers, No 246)
Global Information Technology and Systems Management (Information
Information Resources and Technology Transfer Management in Developing
Countries (Routledge Studies in Information and Library Management
Systems :, 2)
Information Technology, Development and Policy : Theoretical
Perspectives and Practical Challenges
Parallel Convergence : National Strategies in Information Technology
The Diffusion of Information Technology : Experience of Industrial
Countries and Lessons for Developing Countries (World Bank Discussion
Papers, No 2)
The East Asian Miracle and Information Technology : Strategic Management
of Technological Learning (World Bank Discussion Papers, No 326)
The Shrinking Planet : U.S. Information Technology and Sustainable
Development (Wri Paper, No 3)
Women Encounter Technology : Changing Patterns of Employment in the
Third World (Unu/Intech Studies in New Technology and Development)
We welcome any content, comment or viewpoint you would like to add to
the IDN Website, whether it be in IT Development, or any other
development topic area.
Please feel free to share this information with your colleagues.
Thank you and we look forward to your visits to the IDN Web Site.
Christopher L. Byrne
Director, International Development Network
"Information Resources for Sustainable Development"
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