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There has been growing interest among people to understand how lives are changed by information and communication technologies (ICTs).
In the early years of this century, we would occasionally read a paper on ICTs written from the perspective of our respective fields.
© 2009 Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore The responsibility for facts and opinions in this publication rests exclusively with the authors and their interpretations do not necessarily reflect the views or the policy of ISEAS or IDRC or their supporters. The “Living the Information Society” conference and this publication take a few more steps to fill that glaring knowledge gap.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). For IDRC, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are important, yet not enough is known about how ICTs have a role in specific sustainable development outcome areas.Someone would present a paper on distance learning using the radio, while another would write about how texting is changing the nature of relationships.On occasion, there would be specialized conferences that dealt with e-commerce, e-government, and lately conferences on ICT and development.The objective was to learn about each other’s work and encourage collaboration (i.e.cross-country; inter-disciplinary; multi-disciplinary). There was a wide and varied response to the conference. Eventually, 76 papers were accepted and presented by people that represented more than 20 countries.
This was the reason why we put together the Philippine ICT Research group in 2006, informally to find out who was doing ICT research in the country.