What role do public libraries play as community resources and technology access points in community and international development?
How does ICT change peoples’ lives? What are the best ways to measure such changes? As we look forward, how should we invest our resources?
How does public access to computers and the Internet — through venues like libraries, telecenters, and cybercafés— change people's lives?
How are Georgian civil society organizations using social media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy?
- ICT4Drinks Seattle September 2014 edition
- Myanmar leaders develop information strategies for societies in transition
- STEM, DASTEM, and STEAM in Making: Debating America’s Economic Future in the 21st Century
- 9/4 Event – UW Myanmar Fellows Looking Forward: Information Strategies for a Society in Transition
- Young farmers and ICTs: New research from TASCHA visitor
- Democratized tools of production: New technologies spurring the maker movement
- 8/21 Event – Update Myanmar: UW Fellows on Myanmar’s Political & Economic Transitions
- New book by TASCHA researcher published: Online communities & political mobilization
- A year later: New resources from the Global Impact Study
- Event summary: If mobile phones killed the telecenter, what is next for public access?