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What information challenges do societies in transition face? How can information literacy be used to support fair elections and peacebuilding?
What influences the success of regional libraries intended to spearhead national improvements in reading, learning, and information access?
What research and data exists about public libraries? How can it best be organized, accessed, and used to inform future work in the library field?
How can online education, like MOOCs, best help young adults across the developing world grow successful careers?
How did the use of ICTs impact the evolution of the April 6th Youth Movement and the trajectory of the Egyptian revolution?
How can we understand the impact of ICT training when the contexts are so diverse? How can case studies and storytelling help?
What are the features of effective innovation spaces? What policies and practices support their establishment and growth?
How does public access to computers and the Internet — through venues like libraries, telecenters, and cybercafés— change people's lives?
Where do people in developing countries access computers and the internet? How is the landscape of public access venues comprised?
What is the role of library-like institutions in providing public access to information and technologies? How do they compare to libraries?
How can governments, public libraries, and community organizations adopt an inclusive policy posture to promote access to digital resources?
What is the impact of public libraries in the European Union on library users' lives? How are libraries in the EU perceived and used?
What is the role of migrant populations in local labor markets? This project builds human migration models based on mobile phone records.
How are Georgian civil society organizations using social media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy?
How does free access to computers in public libraries in the United States benefit individuals, their families, and their communities?
How do ICT training and digital literacy promote employability and social inclusion among immigrant women in Europe?
How does the international development community perceive public libraries as partners in development?
How do e-inclusion actors operate? What is the impact among marginalized populations? What theories and frameworks have been applied?
Does ICT training help Washington state residents find jobs? Do trainees earn higher wages? How does training effect their employability?
How can computers and technology programs in clubs advance 21st-century skills, employability, and social development?
What happens when you gather technologists, human rights activists, and international experts to collaborate around openness and good governance?
- Information Strategies for Societies in Transition
- Regional Study & Resource Center Evaluation
- Research Roadmap for Strengthening the Library Field
- Advancing MOOCs for Development
- Youth, ICTs, and Democracy in Egypt
- Employability Evidence Narratives
- Innovation Spaces
- Global Impact Study
- Public Access Landscape Study
- Public Internet Access & Use in Vietnam
- Digital Inclusion Framework
- Mapping eInclusion Actors in the European Union
- Libraries, Telecenters, and the 2010 Chile Earthquake
- Measuring perceptions of the benefits of ICT in public libraries in the EU
- Exploring migrants & labor markets through mobile phone data
- Georgia Civil Society 2.0
- US IMPACT Public Library Study
- Immigrant Women and e-Skills in Europe
- Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners
- e-Inclusion actors in the European Union: Theories and frameworks
- Technology for employability in Washington State
- Technology Utilization in Boys & Girls Clubs of America
- Open Cambodia 2011
- Youth, Accessibility, and Employability in Latin America