Professor Usha Vyasulu Reddy, APCICT
Professor (Dr.) Usha Vyasulu Reddy is a Hyderabad based Independent Educationist and International Consultant on ICT for Development. She is a visiting Professor at the S.N. School of Arts and Communication, University of Hyderabad, former Director, Centre for Human Development, Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, and former Director, The Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia, New Delhi. Earlier, she was Professor of Communication and Director, Audio Visual Research Centre, Osmania University. Her current work involves training, research and consultancy at all levels of government, schooling, academia, private sector, and civil society in ICTD. She is the author of the Module 1 of APCICT’s Academy of ICTD Essentials for Government Leaders as well as for the Introductory Issue of the Primer Series for University Students for the same organization. As part of this work, she has travelled across the Asia Pacific interacting with trainees in 50 countries and two regions.
Falak Hasnain, Tariq Zaman & Alvin W. Yeo (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia); Garen Jengan, Long Lamai Community Representative, Malaysia
Guidelines for Researchers, an Indigenous Community’s Perspective.
Muhammad Shahanoor Alam, Brunel University, London, UK
Informal Intermediaries and Infomediaries in E-Service of Land Records in Bangladesh: In Search Sociomaterial Practices
Nuredzan Bt Zaludin, Politeknik Kuching Sarawak, Malyasia
Electronic Polytechnic Kuching Sarawak (PKS) Clinic Health Records System and its Importance
Otto Francis and Shirley Williams, University of Reading, UK
Using Social Networking Tools for Teaching and Learning: A Perspective of University Students and Lecturers
Tania Prinsloo & Carina de Villiers, University of Pretoria, Pretoria South Africa
Using Namibia’s livestock traceability system to aid in controlling disease outbreaks
M. Mahmudul Hasan, Harokopio University Athens, Greece
ICT4D System Development: Regulatory Requirements Compliance
Kweku Koranteng, University of Ghana, Ghana
Internet driven Mobile Solutions Crowding out Telecommunication services in Ghana; Challenges and Opportunities Challenges and Opportunities