[Air-L] What sources do you use for the "digital divide"?

Ismael Peña-López ictlogist at ictlogy.net
Mon Jul 20 13:04:43 PDT 2009

Hi Scott,

My previous message with the 7 references I gave can be directly accessed by
browsing the "History" category on my bibliographic manager:


If you're asking for digital divide, I'd suggest browsing the "Digital
Divide", "ICT4D" or "e-Readiness" categories:


or directly go to the page where all the categories/tags are listed and pick
your own choice:


If you think there's too many info in there, just write me off-list and I
can give you better advice depending or your needs/interests (or do it
on-list if everyone agrees).


Ismael Peña-López

Public Policies for Development and ICT4D
School of Law and Political Science
Open University of Catalonia

On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 7:11 PM, <scott at scottmacleod.com> wrote:

> Ismael & AoIRs,
> Thanks for your interesting web site with multiple references.
> I see from your web site that one of your areas of research is the "digital
> divide."
> What papers, links, and references, and in particular, books, would you,
> and others, recommend for study about the digital divide? Thanks.
> Regards,
> Scott
> Scott MacLeod
> http://scottmacleod.com
> http://worlduniversity.wikia.com (Presentation at the Second Life
> Community Conference in San Francisco, on Thursday, August 13, about World
> University and School).

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