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Recent publications

Sein, M.K., Ahmad, I. and Harindranath, G. (2008) Sustaining ICT for Development projects: the case of Grameenphone CIC, Telektronikk, 2.2008, 16-24

Scur, F. (2008) ICT4D Stakeholder Co-ordination and Co-operation: evidence from a Tanzanian-German Co-operation, Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft

Unwin, T. and de Bastion, G. (2008) ICT4D, in: Desai, V. and Potter, R.B. (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, London: Arnold, 2nd edition, 54-58

Unwin, T. (2008) Conflict, development and aid, in: Desai, V. and Potter, R.B. (eds) The Companion to Development Studies, London: Arnold, 2nd edition, 450-53

Everts, B., Herren, M. and Hollow, D. (2008) Ethiopia Implementation Report, September-December 2007, Baar: Eduvision

Goodman, C., Brieger, W., Unwin, A., Mills, A., Meek, S. and Greer, G. (2007) Medicine sellers and malaria treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa: what do they do and how can their practice be improved?, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 77(6-Suppl), 203-18.

Geldof, M. (2007) ICT for low-literate youth in Ethiopia: the usability challenge, in: Usability and Internationalization. Global and Local User Interfaces, Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer, 67-76

Unwin, T., Tan, M. and Pauso, K. (2007) The potential of e-learning to address the needs of out-of-school youth in the Philippines, Children’s Geographies, 5(4), 443-462 (see also UNESCO awards for ICT in Education Innovation)

G. Harindranath and Sein, M.K. (2007), ‘Revisiting the role of ICT in development’, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, São Paulo, Brazil.

Unwin, T. (2007) No end to poverty, Journal of Development Studies, 45(3), 929-953.

David Hollow's report The Lifeline Radio in Zambia: Findings and Recommendations, based on his research with the Freeplay Foundation in 2006, is now available.

Unwin, T (2005) Partnerships in development practice: evidence from multi-stakeholder ICT4D partnership practice in Africa, Paris: UNESCO (UNESCO Publications for the World Summit on the Information Society)

Smith, D.G. and Baber, E. (2005) Teaching English with Information Technology, Modern English Publishing.

Wagner, D.A., Day, B., James, T., Kozma, R.B., Miller, J., and Unwin, T. (2005) The Impact of ICTs in Education for Development: a Monitoring and Evaluation Handbook, Washington DC: infoDev

Geldof, M. (2005) Becoming an information society: the role of new information technologies in development, Wilton Park conference report

Unwin, T. (2005) Reflections on ability: the use of ICTs to support people with disabilities in poor countries, in: Milward-Oliver, G. et al. (eds), Maitland+20 – Fixing the Missing Link, Bradford on Avon: Anima, 165-180

Selinger, M (2005) ICT in the global classroom, in: Wheeler, S. (ed) Transforming Primary ICT, Exeter: Learning Matters

Selinger, M (2005) Addressing Key Skill Shortages in the International Information Technology Industry, in: Paton, R, Peters, G., Storey, J. and Taylor, S. (eds) Handbook of Corporate University Development: Managing Strategic Learning Initiatives in Public and Private Domains, Aldershot: Gower

Tim Unwin (2005) Towards a framework for the use of ICT in teacher training, Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Education, 20(2), 113-129.

Maung Sein and G. Harindranath (2004) Conceptualising the ICT artefact: Towards understanding the role of ICT in national development', The Information Society, 20(1), pp. 15-24

Tim Unwin (2004) Beyond budgetary support: pro-poor development agendas for Africa, Third World Quarterly, 25(8), 1501-1523.

Tim Unwin (2004) ICT and education in Africa: partnership, practice and knowledge sharing, Review of African Political Economy , 31, 150-160.

Tim Unwin (2003) ICTs for education in sub-Saharan Africa, in: Brookes, P. (ed.) Modernising Commonwealth Governments, London: Commonwealth Business Publications, 128-136

John Pickles and Tim Unwin (2003) Transition in context: theory in post-socialist transformations, in: van Hoven, B. (ed.) Europe: Lives in Transition, Harlow: Pearson, 9-28.

Meng, X.M., Derbyshire, E, Thompson, D. and Page, N., (2000) Slope instability modelling using GIS in the thick loess terrain of North China, Nature Hazards Special Publication (No. L00.105), 104-107.


Publications by affililated colleagues

Simone Sala (2010) The role of information and communication technologies for community-based adaptations to climate change, Rome: FAO.

Joseph Salukvadze (1999) Land Reform and Land management in Post-Soviet Georgia, Anthropology of East Europe Review, 17(2),


Recent conference presentations

Tim Unwin, Shaping effective higher education ICT4D partnerships: challenges and opportunities, UK UNESCO Chairs Colloquium on Higher Education and International Development, Nottingham, 17-18 January 2008.

Myles Wickstead and Tim Unwin (Tim Unwin) Partnerships for development: problematising the notion of 'partnership', Becoming an Information Society Conference WIlton Park, 17-20 October 2005.

Tim Unwin (2005) Keynote address: ICT for Teacher Training: the Role of Partnerships, EU-China Gansu Basic Education Project International Conference, Lanzhou, 22-24 August 2005

Tim Unwin (2005) e-Governance and Development, Governance in the Commonwealth: new issues and actors workshop held at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies from 13th-14th March 2005

Tim Unwin (2005) Learning beyond the classroom: the challenge of the new pedagogy, South-East Asia Policy Forum organized by the British Council in Bangkok, 28th-30th March 2005

Tim Unwin (2005) Managing ICT for Development: partnerships in education, University of London, Centre for Distance Education, 27th-28th June 2005

Tim Unwin (2004) Partnerships in ICT for Education Activities in Africa, International LEARNTEC Forum, Baden-Baden, 9th February 2004 (Download PDF file 868 KB)

Tim Unwin (2003) The use of ICT for Special Educational Needs, WSIS ICT4D Forum: 5.2 Local content: language, literacy and new technologies, 12th December 2003, Geneva


Conference presentations by affiliated colleagues

Joseph Salukvadze (2001) Land Reform and Cadastral Projects in Georgia, DSE, Bonn, 91-23 March


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