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Survey instruments available

by , Tuesday March 6th, 2012

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We are pleased to announce that our survey instruments are now available for download and use. As part of our open research approach, we have released the survey instruments, corresponding survey codebooks, and the methodology report for other organizations and research projects to use and adapt for public access ICT survey needs. The user, venue, and non-user survey instruments and codebooks are available for download in our web library. Free registration and sign-in is required for instrument and codebook downloads. The methodology report can also be found in the web library.

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Survey methodology report released

by , Wednesday February 22nd, 2012

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Much of the Global Impact Study data comes from our public access ICT user survey, venue survey, and non-user survey in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines. Conducting such surveys in diverse countries is a complex process that requires rigorous methodologies to ensure the data and subsequent findings are sound. Our methodology report presents the context and the methodologies used for each of the three surveys. In addition to providing details about the survey implementation in each of the five countries, the report also covers the challenges we faced with these surveys and our mitigation strategies for these challenges.

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Bangladesh infomediary inception trip report

by , Thursday February 4th, 2010

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Join our photo-tour around Bangladesh to get a taste of the different infomediaries working in public access venues.

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Chile infomediary inception trip report

by , Thursday February 4th, 2010

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Join our photo tour around Temuco and Concepcion to get a taste of the different infomediaries working in public access venues in Chile.

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Survey of public access ICT venue users and operators

by , Thursday December 17th, 2009

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We are in the final stages of developing surveys of public access ICT venue users and operators. Through this process we are finding out how difficult it is to design a survey that captures all we want to know about public access venues and users and to keep the survey under 45 minutes. Developing the surveys has been a process of trade-offs to select questions for the survey instruments.

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