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I N 1991, Singapore's National Computer Board, a quasi-government body that looks into the use of computers, began a study on how information technology could be harnessed to create new competitive advantages and improve the quality of life in Singapore [1]. Also in that year, Singa-pore's ministry of information and the arts began its once-a-decade review(More)
This study looked into the way in which Singapore implemented the use of information technology in its schools. It adopted a process framework in using the diffusion approach to study the issue. Instead of focusing primarily on the outcome of adoption it also looked at context and actors' dimensions. The study found that the communication process was(More)
The Internet raises significant challenges for public policy and sustainable human development, both internationally and for individual nations. While the Asia-Pacific region contains the highest share of global Internet users, it is under-represented in the forums that develop Internet-related policies. This book presents the work of the Open Regional(More)
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