Directly.me Information Technology and Global Development – Beginners guide- Do you want to develop an understanding for different IT networking frameworks?
- Want an insight on which political and economic factors are determining the growth of information technology?
- Have an urge to learn almost everything about information technology and its future in the world?

If you are seeking a comprehensive answer to the questions mentioned above then this is the best source for you. This graduate-level instructional technology online course – published on September 21, 2010 – will teach you about different IT networking frameworks and elaborate on which political and economic factors are determining the growth of information technology systems in developing countries. There are no academic prerequisites for this course beyond an undergraduate degree, but grading criteria and assignments differ between master and doctorate students. For example, a master's student is required to complete an IT design project and a policy assessment paper while doctorate students need to complete a small seminar and a critical literature review.

In this course you will get:

- A comprehensive overview of key historical and contemporary debates
- Problems, and issues in international development
- Crucial information policy issues in developing country contexts
- Technology transfer, research and innovation systems
- Intellectual property to telecommunications
- Wireless and other critical infrastructure development
- The growing ICT4D project literature, with special reference to programs and applications in the finance, governance, health, education, agriculture, and rural development sectors

Students will gain research and professional skills through readings, discussions, and course assignments. Apart from this, students will also develop specific country-level knowledge and experience.

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The instructor for this course will be Steven J. Jackson, who has immense experience in this field and will certainly proved to be a great source of learning and information for the students of this online course. Students are required to take 3-hour classes once a week..
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- Do you want to develop an understanding for different IT networking frameworks?
- Want an insight on which political and economic factors are determining the growth of information technology?
- Have an urge to learn almost everything about information technology and its future in the world?

If you are seeking a comprehensive answer to the questions mentioned above then this is the best source for you. This graduate-level instructional technology online course – published on September 21, 2010 – will teach you about different IT networking frameworks and elaborate on which political and economic factors are determining the growth of information technology systems in developing countries. There are no academic prerequisites for this course beyond an undergraduate degree, but grading criteria and assignments differ between master and doctorate students. For example, a master's student is required to complete an IT design project and a policy assessment paper while doctorate students need to complete a small seminar and a critical literature review.

In this course you will get:

- A comprehensive overview of key historical and contemporary debates
- Problems, and issues in international development
- Crucial information policy issues in developing country contexts
- Technology transfer, research and innovation systems
- Intellectual property to telecommunications
- Wireless and other critical infrastructure development
- The growing ICT4D project literature, with special reference to programs and applications in the finance, governance, health, education, agriculture, and rural development sectors

Students will gain research and professional skills through readings, discussions, and course assignments. Apart from this, students will also develop specific country-level knowledge and experience.

Author Bio

The instructor for this course will be Steven J. Jackson, who has immense experience in this field and will certainly proved to be a great source of learning and information for the students of this online course. Students are required to take 3-hour classes once a week.

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