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WORKSHOP:

Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Development: Experiences from Asia

Date:

24th - 25th April 2008

Location:

Level 7, Blk ADM (USP), NUS

Co-organized by The Communications & New Media Programme

 

Dr. Erwin Alampay
National College of Public Administration and Governance
Philippines

Filipino Entrepreneurs on the Internet: When Social
Networking Websites and Mobile Commerce Meet

Dr. Peichi Chung,
Communications & New Media Programm, NUS

New Media for Social Change: The Emergence of
Online Gaming Culture in South Korea and
Singapore

Tahani Iqbal
LIRNEasia, Sri Lanka

Gender Inequalities in Access and Use of Telecom
at the Bottom of the Pyramid?: Findings from a
Five Country Study

Dr. Soraj Hongladarom
Center for Ethics of Science and Technology
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Web 2.0 and Social Networking Websites:
Challenges and Potentials for Development in the
Thai Context

Dr. Zhao Jinqui
International Communications College
Communication University of China

The Internet Adoption and Usage: A Study of
Farmer Users at Shandong Province, China

Pratichi Joshy
Communications & New Media Programme, NUS

Analyses of ICT4D Initiatives as Socio-
Technological Model of Development: The Case of
Rajasthan Carpet Industry

Dr. Lim Sun Sun & Elmie Nekmat
Communications & New Media Programme, NUS

It Takes a Village: Imparting Media Literacy Skills
to Developing Country Youths

Dr. Gopalan Ravindran
Dept. of Communication,
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India

Mobile Phones, Moral Panics and the Changing
Contexts of New Media Modernity in India

Dr. Anke Schwittay
RIOS Institute, USA

‘A Living Lab;’ Corporate Delivery of ICTs in Rural
India

Cheryll Soriano
Communications & New Media Programme, NUS

ICTS and Civil Society in Philippines

Dr. Meera Tiwari
School of Social Sciences Media and Cultural Studies
University of East London, UK

ICTs in Rural India: User Perspective Study of Two
Different Models in Rural Madhya Pradesh and
Rural Bihar

Professor Balaji Parthasarathy
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Bangalore, India

How the Development of ICTs affects ICTs for
Development: Social contestation in the shaping of
standards for the information age

Dr. Ronan Guanzon Zagado
Rice Research Institute, Manila
Philippines

Implications Of Farmers’ ICT Constructions To
Development Extension


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