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Information Technologies and International Development (ITID) [Entry Reviewed: 2017-11-21]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |On Clarivate database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]

Information Technologies & International Development focuses on the intersection of information and communication technologies (ICT) with economic and social development. It is a peer-reviewed, international, multidisciplinary quarterly designed for researchers and practitioners from the engineering and social sciences, technologists, policy makers, and development specialists. In addition to peer-reviewed original research, ITID publishes notes, letters, and reports that respond to previously published articles; summaries of conferences, workshops, and other relevant meetings; reviews of new books of interest to the field; and overviews of emerging research areas and new ideas. The Editors-in-Chief will consider manuscripts that address ICT and development with the following foci:

  • Policy and regulatory issues
  • Engineering innovations
  • Theoretical and conceptual issues
  • Access and accessibility
  • Human-computer interaction, interface, and design
  • Multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-literate systems
  • Financing, business models, and sustainability
  • Training and capacity building
  • Infrastructure
  • Humanistic and social development impacts
  • Health and wellness systems
  • Learning and education systems
  • Income poverty, economic development, and e-commerce
  • E-government, e-governance, and digital democracy
  • Highly localized systems and content
  • Social and cultural surveys and studies
  • Geographic and country reviews
  • Digital divide issues
  • The economics of information
  • Gender inequalities

 

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