Mobile libraries: Where the schools are going to the students (2002)

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This article looks at examples of mobile libraries in developing countries, and ways that they can be enhanced and operated using communications technology. It draws on examples from Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Thailand, Mali, Malaysia, Nigeria, Ghana, Uttar Pradesh (India) and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The author argues that mobile libraries can be a way of giving students access to information technology for education, despite difficult conditions or scarce resources.
Year: 2002
Language: English
In: TechKnowLogia, 2002:,



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