Workshop Papers

Subject to further peer review, a subset of papers (selected from a recent Call for Papers) will be published in an edited volume through a commercial publisher. Quality permitting, a select few will be nominated for further peer review and potential publication in the open journal Information Technologies and International Development. Papers that are not included in the book or journal will be included in an open access working paper series.

Below you will find links to the abstracts and many of the pre-review first drafts selected from the Call for Papers.

** Please do not cite the pre-review first draft without first contacting the authors **

Open content creation: the issues of voice and the challenges of listening

Open science

Openness and developmental outcomes in applied e-Government | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Meta-Level Institutions Impacting ICT Innovation in Developing Economies | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Centering the Knowledge Peripheries through Open Access: Implications for future research and discourse on ICT for Development

The Prospects and Challenges for Women Empowerment through Open ICT4D in Pakistan

Negotiating openness across science, ICTs and participatory development: Lessons from the AfricaAdapt network

Openness in Latin America and the problem of identification | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

PROMISES AND PITFALLS OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE BUSINESS IN FOSTERING SUSTAINABILITY IN ICT4D PROJECTS | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Transparency and Development:Ethical Consumption and Economic Development through Web 2.0 and the Internet of Things | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Open Minds: Lessons on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development from West Africa

Towards Open Government in Morocco: Fez Empirical Case

The End-User is the Message: Challenging the Concept of Technology Appropriation in the Field of ICT4D | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

The Trans-lingual Commons: Translating Open Content | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Connecting learning to life and life to learning: is there a role for technology?

The internet and social capital: experiences of openness in remote and rural areas in least developed economies | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

From Openness to Participation – A Movement from Technology to Development Discourse

CAMBIA and OSDD: Spreading Open Source Biotechnology | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

Can open ICT4D shape future of rural education? Innovations in Sri Lanka Telecenters | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

CREATING SPACE FOR INNOVATION – THE CASE OF MOBILE TELEPHONY IN MSEs IN GHANA | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

From ICT4D to Cognitive Justice: Framing Research for Open Development | Pre-review 1st draft of paper

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