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Welcome to the course introduction to ict4d

Welcome to the course Introduction to ICT4D

Lars Glimbert

DSV


This lecture

This lecture

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Participants

  • Course specifics

  • The concept - ICT4D

  • SPIDER


Course introduction

Course introduction

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Structure

  • Topics

  • Learning resources

  • Learning modes

  • Examination


Course data

Course data

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Course code IB7000 / IV1009

  • Scheduled 29 Oct–21 Dec -07

    • 14 lectures and 2 seminars

    • A project: ICT4D context map

    • A written examination

  • Course coordination

    • Lars Glimbert, DSV

    • [email protected]

    • 08 - 16 17 96


Course structure

Course structure

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Lectures

    • Introduction to ICT4D (L1, L2)

    • Application (L3, L9, L11)

    • Connectivity (L6, L7, L8)

    • Global/Local (L5, L10, L12)

  • Examination

    • Project work (L4, L13, L14)

      • Presentation seminar (S15, S16)

    • Written exam

      • Lectures and literature


Applications

Applications

Introduction to ICT4D

  • eHealth

    • Lars Smedman, KI

  • eLearning

    • Johan Thorbiörnson, KTH

  • eGovernment

    • Åke Grönlund, ÖrU


Global local

Global/Local

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Globalisation

    • Lazar Rusu, DSV

  • Localisation

    • Gudrun Wicander, KaU

  • ICT in development cooperation

    • Bengt Oberger, Sida


Connectivity

Connectivity

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Communication for All

    • Ericsson AB

  • ICT infrastructure

    • Anders Hillbo, KTH

  • ICT policies

    • Björn Pehrson, KTH


Learning resources

Learning resources

Introduction to ICT4D

Course home page

Virtual learning environment

www.mondo.su.se

Login to Mondo using your SUKAT account (from registration)

  • www.ict4d.blogs.dsv.su.se


Literature

Literature

Introduction to ICT4D

  • ICT4D - Connecting People for a better World

    • ISBN: 3-03798-065-6

    • E-book

  • See the web for literature- and page references


The main literature

The main literature

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Key Findings

    • Lessons Learned

    • Trends and Innovations

    • Priorities / Potential for Action

    • Burning Questions

  • Proceedings from panel discussions

  • References

    (good source for your project work)

8 Themes:

  • Innovating for Equitable Access

  • Fostering Policy and Implementation

  • Enhancing Human Capacity and Empowerment

  • Strengthening Communication for Development

  • Promoting Local Content and Knowledge

  • Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships

  • ICT for Poverty Reduction

  • Innovative Financing Mechanisms


Examination

Examination

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Formative assessment (Project work)

    • Seminar presentation and report

      • 11-12 December

  • Subjective summative assessment (Written test)

    • Two parts, 6x10 points (A) and 2x20 points (B)

      • 21 December


Project work

Project work

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Contextualise and describe ICT4D

    • Create a concept/context map

      • Special software - Personal Brain 

    • Write a report

      • Provide rationale (3-5 pages)

    • Attend presentation seminars (mandatory)


Summative assessment

Summative assessment

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Attend lectures (mandatory)

    • Questions will cover all lectures

      • 20 points in part A if you attend 10 (of 12) thematic lectures

  • Use the learning resources in Mondo

    • Participate in after-lecture discussions

    • Share your findings, thoughts and ideas


Final grade

Final grade

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Concept/context map project

    • Pass/Fail

  • Individual written test

    • A, B, C, D, E, Fx, F

You must pass the Concept/context map project to obtain a final grade for the course


Student ethics

Student ethics

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Write your own text

  • Draw your own conclusions

  • And, if not

    • make reference to the source

Don’t steal


Learn on line

Learn on-line

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Participate in “after-lecture” discussions

  • Share your experience with others

  • Introduction message

    • Who are you?

    • Why are you in this course/programme?

    • What is your key expectation from the Introduction to ICT4D course?


Most important

Most important

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Read a lot to get a feel for the subject ICT4D and its constituents

    • Make use of the material in Mondo

      Be open minded and take an active interest in you fellow students’ ideas and experiences!


The concept ict4d

The concept - ICT4D

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Digital divide

    • The present situation

  • 4 Development

    • Key sectors in society where ICT could play a significant difference

  • Own reflections


Users of ict

Users of ICT

Introduction to ICT4D

Source: ISBN: 3-03798-065-6


What has changed

What has changed?

Introduction to ICT4D

Information  knowledge

  • Interactivity

    • ICT facilitate dialogue

  • Speed

    • Simultaneous information in writing, sound and picture can be exchanged

    • Real time ‘many-to-many’ interactions.

  • Integration

    • ICT allow for the integration of different types of media (e.g. Virtual classroom Bangladesh)

  • Cost

    • The relative cost of ICT has fallen and continue to fall

Source: ISBN: 3-03798-065-6


The problem

The problem

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Hans Rosling at TED 06

  • Gapminder world

The digital divide


Ict and the mdg

ICT and the MDG

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Can ICT contribute to the achievement of MDGs? If so, which are the MDGs where it can have the most impact?

  • How to move from project-level interventions to inclusive and results-oriented ICT-enabled development?

  • What are the key challenges regarding the use of ICT for MDGs?

  • What indicators should be used to capture the development impact of ICT?

Source: ISBN: 3-03798-065-6


Information poor

“Information poor”

Introduction to ICT4D

  • A dilemma

    • Information vs food

    • Information vs health

    • Information vs education

    • Information vs ..

      • Your view


The politics

The politics

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Integrate ICT systematically into poverty reduction strategies

  • Move beyond small pilot projects to a larger nation-wide or even region-wide implementation of ICT programs

  • Create new types of partnerships involving all major stakeholders – government, civil society and the private sector

Source: ISBN: 3-03798-065-6


Possible reasons

  • Policy

  • Pilot  Large

  • Partnership

Possible reasons

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Target needs

    • Priorities

    • Resource allocation

  • Main stream

    • Information society

    • ”Natural thing”

  • Regulation

    • Competition

    • Pro-poor policies

  • Market driven

    • Organisation

    • Leadership

  • Verify models

    • Scalable

    • Intergration

  • Broad ownership

    • Awareness

    • Impact

  • Co-funding

    • Risk sharing

    • Cost sharing

  • More brains

    • Innovations

    • Sustainability

  • How can the enabling role of ICT in economic processes and social development be enhanced most effectively?

  • What are the approaches and key ingredients required to facilitate scaling-up of effective grassroots and social investment initiatives?


Three 4d

  • ICT4ED

Three 4D

Introduction to ICT4D

ICT as enabler

  • Information society

  • ICT4HRD

  • ICT4SD

ICT sector

  • The world’s LDCs have surpassed the important threshold of one telephone sub-scriber per 100 inhabitants in the year 2001 and now have the world’s fastest growing networks (thanks to mobile telephony)

  • Infra

  • structure


The seven cs

The seven Cs

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Internal

    • Capacity

    • Communities

    • Connectivity

    • Content

    • Communications/Culture

  • External

    • Co-operation

    • Capital/Consultancy


The seven cs1

The seven Cs

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Means

    • Co-operation

    • Capital/Consultancy

    • Communications/Culture

  • Goals

    • Connectivity

    • Content

    • Communities

    • Capacity


The seven cs2

The seven Cs

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Means

    • Co-operation

    • Capital/Consultancy

    • Communications/Culture

  • Goals

    • Connectivity

    • Content

    • Communities

    • Capacity


Courses of action

Courses of action

Introduction to ICT4D

  • Capa- city

  • Conect-ivity

?

?

  • Commu-nities

  • Con-tent

?

?


The reality

The reality

Introduction to ICT4D

http://ictfordevelopment.wordpress.com/


Competence network

Competence network

Introduction to ICT4D


Spider

SPIDER

Introduction to ICT4D

Hosted at KTH in Stockholm

A human resource competence network for ICT4D


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