[Air-L] percentage of Internet access?

Peter Timusk ptimusk at sympatico.ca
Fri Dec 12 14:20:17 PST 2008

Also access is not use and this week I am considering the question of  
what impact the internet has..what do people use the net for? what is  
Internet literacy? at work at statistics Canada we also consider  
intensity of use in terms of frequency. Also years of access.

Many ways to dice these simple numbers.

On 12-Dec-08, at 1:14 PM, Ismael Peña-López wrote:

> Stephanie,
> "Access to the Internet" is quite a blurry concept: users? coverage?
> subscribers?
> People that deal with e-readiness issues usually refer to "Internet  
> users"
> but, depending on your interests, you might be willing to know  
> other data.
> The best sources are the International Telecommunication Unit, the  
> World
> Bank and the World Economic Forum, respectively:
> http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/icteye/ (only with MS Internet Explorer)
> http://www.worldbank.org/kam
> http://www.insead.edu/v1/gitr/wef/main/analysis/
> Here I have a list of other resources that collect (and sometimes  
> publish)
> data about Information and Communication Technologies:
> http://ictlogy.net/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Data_ICT
> Hope that helped. If not, please do write to me off-list :)
> -- 
> Ismael Peña-López
> ICTlogy.net
> Public Policies for Development and ICT4D
> School of Law and Political Science
> Open University of Catalonia
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