The present book discusses how digital revolution can be used effectively for achieving development.
The book highlights the range of communication technologies which are used to manage information and knowledge. It includes radio, television, telephone, cinema, computers, internet, satellite and wireless technology as communication technologies. Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) can be useful tools to support existing and new development activites.
Spread over 29 chapters, the book combines the conceptual framework with practical guidance explaining the different ICTs and using the specialised knowledge for development.
The book aims to highlight the role of ICTs to empower people with skills related to media, technology, journalism and an ability to make decisions regarding convergence of ICTs, enabling them to improve their living standards and quality of life.
The book is meant to be extremely useful for the students of communication and extension, journalism, mass media, home science, social work, etc.
Part I: INTRODUCTION TO ICTS Introduction to ICTs
Part II: Living in an Information Society ICTs and Information Society Accessing ICTs Professional Communication and ICT
Part III: ICTs for Development Development and Communication ICTs for Development Media Advocacy Campaign for Social Change and Development
Part IV: Internet—An ICT Internet Email World Wide Web (www) Chat, Blog and Twitter: The New Mantras of Communication Internet for Development
Part V: Wireless Communication: The Future Beckons Satellite and Wireless Technology
Part VI: e-newsletter: An ICT e-newsletter Online Journalism
Part VII: Radio: An ICT Radio: Overview and Programming Community, Internet and Satellite Radios as ICTs
Part VIII: Using Photography and Video as an ICT Using Still Images in Development Using Moving Images for Development
Part IX: Television: An ICT Television Overview and Programming Crucial Role of Television in Development
Part X: Cinema Cinema for Social Change Cinema for Appreciation
Part XI: Mobile Telephony: Revolutionizing Communication Scenario Know the Mobile Telephone
Part XII: Convergence of ICTs Convergence in Information Communication Technologies: An Emerging Phenomenon India's Communication Landscape
Part XIII: Critique of Using ICTs for Development Critique of Using ICTs for Development Index.
Parveen Pannu :- Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Extension, Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi, New DelhiYuki Azaad Tomar :- Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Extension, Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi, New Delhi.
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