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Document Title A Reader on Information and Communication Technology Planning for Development
Author Tuazon, Ramon R. and Braid, Florangel R. eds.
Document Description This book is intended for planners and policymakers in government and industry. It is also for communication scholars and educators who are interested in examining the ICT planning and policymaking process. The book is organized into four parts: Chapter One, Information and Communication Policies and Plans begins with a review of the need for a comprehensive communication policy and recommends a possible framework for such; Chapter Two, Socio-Cultural and Ethical Aspects of ICT discusses issues which are often ignored in communication policy making and planning; Chapter Three is about Political and Legal Aspects of Information and Communication Technology and the last, Chapter Four focuses on Information and Communication Technology in the Philippine Education.
Date published 1998
Language English
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Contact information Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication
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Document Title APO Study on the Digital Divide: Country Paper on the Philippines
Author William T. Torres, Ph.D.
Document Description This paper discusses the definition of Digital Divide according to the Philippine setting. It also discusses ICT Related Policies of the government on telecommunications and e-Commerce.
Date published August, 2002
Language English
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Contact information Moscom Philippines, Makati City, Philippines http://www.mozcom.com
 

 
Document Title
Communication for the Common Good: Towards a Framework for a National Communication Policy
Date issued 1990
Document Description Part One of this report, the context of Policy Formulation presents some philosophical considerations which guide the foundation of communication policies in the Philippines; Part Two, current and specific issues provides a situational analysis and the options and strategies required; and the general issues, included in Part Three, are the perennial issues besetting the communication sector.
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URL address Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication
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Document Title The Information Age
Author Emmanuel Lallana and Margaret Uy
Document Description This document is part of the series “Primers for the Information Economy, Society and Policy”.  It reviews the digital and ICT revolution and how these things changed the economy.  It outlines their impact and charts the challenges to be faced arising from the use of ICT.
Date published May 2003
Language English
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Contact information http://www.eprimers.apdip.net/series ; http://www.fit-ed.org/easean
 

 
Document Title Information and Technology in Developing Countries of Asia
Author Brahm Prakash
Document Description This paper presents ICT policies in the Asian region. Included here are both domestic and regional policies to ensure greater application of technology, especially in the poorer nations of Asia.
Date published 2002
Language English
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Contact information Asian Development Bank (ADB)
 

 
Document Title Offshore Outsourcing:  The New Hope of the Philippine ICT Industry
Author  
Document Description This article appears in the IT Resources 2003-2004 Edition.  The article gives a situationer on the outsourcing business in the Philippines.  It describes opportunity areas and possible problem areas.
Date published January 2004
Language English
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Contact information tel. nos. 8128401 to 03, 8128397 to 98 mail@enterprise.ph
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Document Title
Public Access: Multisectoral Consultations on Communication Issues: Towards a National Communication Policy Framework.
Author  
Document Description This book documents the proceedings of multisectoral consultation on communication issues held in April and May 1989. The theme which cuts across the discussions is public access. Various sectors of society were invited to share their views. This book is addressed to policy-makers, mass media practitioners, legal experts, government information officers, scholars students and all those who participate more meaningfully in the strengthening of the present communication system.
Date published 1991
Language English
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Document Title
Survey of Information and Communication Technology Utilization in Philippine Public High Schools
Author Victoria L. Tinio
Document Description This document contains the results of the study commissioned by the Center of International Cooperation for Computerization (CICC) of Japan.  The study was conducted to determine ICT usage particularly in the secondary school beneficiaries of the 1996 Computerization Program of the Department of Education.
Date published March 2002
Language English
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Contact information www.digitalphilippines.org
 

 
Document Title
The Right to Know: Access to Information in Southeast Asia
Date issued 2001
Document Description The Right to Know examines the state of the media and information access in eight countries in Southeast Asia. It contains the findings of a cross-country survey that ranked the countries according to their opennes.The Philippines and Thailand rank as the most transparent countries.
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Contact information Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ)
e-mail address: pcij@cnl.net
   
 

 
Document Title Universal Access Benchmarking Study
Author International Telecommunications Union
Document Description
The study was conducted to determine the extent of universal access to telecommunication services in the country. The report gives the findings of the study as well as recommendations for the Philippines to surpass ITU recommended levels for developing countries.
Date published 2000
Language English
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Contact information Columbia Tower, Ortigas Avenue, Brgy. Wack-Wack Mandaluyong City, Philippines 1555
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