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Taken from Health libraries review, vol.3, 1986, pp.11-13.
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Libraries in Developing Countries 1. Libraries in Developing Countries Catherine Baird Becky Jansen Co-Chairs of Operations Librarians Without Borders J Medical Library Association – “Librarians without Borders”® The grant will extend for one year an existing program of workshops and curriculum development on the use of online resources, including Hinari, Agora and Oare, aimed at researchers, clinicians, government officials, and librarians in developing countries in Asia and Africa. The Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries program awards grants to libraries for improving access to and use of scientific, technical and medical information. The library grant recipients, announced in January , address real developing world issues through the use of STM information resources. 1 INTRODUCTION. There is a growing body of evidence regarding the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for development (ICTD) in developing countries (Avgerou, ; Heeks, b, ; Walsham, ).ICT is defined as the manipulation and communication of information by using electronic resources and tools, such as computers, Internet, and broadcasting Cited by: 4.