Reviews and Testimonials
Editor Titus Tossy presents readers with a collection of academic essays and scholarly research articles focused on best practices in the implementation of new technologies within various developing regions throughout the world. The thirteen selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to the future of schooling, project-based legitimization strategies among e-learning providers in East Africa, cloud-based geo-information infrastructure programs, and a great many other related subjects.
– Protoview Reviews
This volume is the latest in theAdvances in Human and Social Aspects of Technologyy (AHSAT) Book Series which examines how technology affects society, looking at developed and undeveloped countries worldwide.
– Janis Minshull, ARBA Reviews
The opening pages include a detailed table of contents which provides readers with a narrative for each of the 13 chapters. The book closes with references, notes on contributors, and a scant index. An appendix lists the countries included. Edited by Titus Tossy, of Mzumbe University in Tanzania, along with an editorial board, the criteria for contributing works included: the role of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in sustaining economic development, the impact of e-services, the role of social media, and the relevance of increased mobile technologies. With an international intent, research collected here also supports global cooperation and bridging the technological divide.
The world is one global network. Learning about and evaluating ICT research is the springboard to improving access to information, expanding of market base, enhancing employment opportunity, and crafting strong government services. ICTs are the driver of change for developed and undeveloped countries, and how this fast-moving evolution of technology can bring positive potential is the focus of these contributions.
Information Technology Integration for Socio-Economic Developmentwill be useful for academics, government officials, IT developers, policy-makers, postgraduate students, and officials wishing to further their research options for integration of technologies.