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Primer 1 : An Introduction to ICT for Development (Under Revision)

This course is still open for enrollment, but an updated version will be published soon. Users will be notified through email once the new version is available.

This Primer seeks to provide an introduction to and preliminary understanding of the linkages between ICTs and the achievement of the human development goals in society.

Lecturer: Usha Rani Vyasulu Reddi
Length:  4 hours /  11 sessions

Primer 2 : Project Management and ICTD (Under Revision)

This course is still open for enrollment, but an updated version will be published soon. Users will be notified through email once the new version is available.

This Primer provides fundamental concepts and tools utilized in project planning and management. There are two parts to this Primer. Part 1 discusses general concepts/tools in project management for development.  Part 2 looks into the use of ICTs in managing projects, and delves into tools and techniques for managing ICTD projects.

Lecturer: Maria Juanita R. Macapagal 
Length:   3.3 hours /   7 sessions

Primer 3 : ICT for Disaster Risk Management (Under Revision)

This course is still open for enrollment, but an updated version will be published soon. Users will be notified through email once the new version is available.

This Primer is designed to promote a framework for matching available technology with DRM processes. It provides examples of a range of information and communication technology (ICT) applications already implemented in Asia and the Pacific as well as the rest of the world.

Lecturer: Gabrielle Iglesias
Length:   1 hour /   7 sessions

Primer 4 : ICT, Climate Change, and Green Growth (Under Revision)

This course is still open for enrollment, but an updated version will be published soon. Users will be notified through email once the new version is available.

This Primer addresses the role that information and communication technology (ICT) can play in enhancing the ability and capacity of humans to deal with the impact of climate change and contribute to sustainable development. 

Lecturer: Gabrielle Iglesias
Length:   1 hour /   6 sessions