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Published on March 24, 2009

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Access to knowledge and digital divide Ismael Peña-López Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Encuentro Andaluz de Voluntariado Digital Jaén, March 28, 2009

PART I: USES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNET

Development Based on Welzel, C., Inglehart, R. & Klingemann, H. (2003). “ The theory of human development: A cross-cultural analysis ”. En European Journal of Political Research , 42(3), 341-379. Oxford: Blackwell. Socioeconomic development Individual resources Objective choice Value change Emancipative values Subjective choice Democratization Freedom rights Effective choice

Network Society Based on: Castells, M. (2000). “ Materials for an exploratory theory of the network society ”. En British Journal of Sociology , Jan-Mar 2000, 51(1), 5-24. London: Routledge. Culture Matter (nature) Relationships of Production Relationships of Power Relationships of Experience

Development and Network Society Development ICT4D Network Society Socioeconomic Development (individual resources) INFRASTRUCTURES Matter (nature) ICT SECTOR Production Subjective Orientation Towards Choice (emancipative values) (DIGITAL) LITERACY Experience Freedom Rights (democratization) LEGAL FRAMEWORK Power USES (CONTENT & SERVICES) Culture

Digital Divide Assets Flows Supply Demand Infrastructures Availability Affordability ICT Sector Enterprises Economy Workforce Legal Framework ICT (Sector) Regulation Information Society Strategies and Policies Content and Services Availability Intensity of Use Digital Skills Digital Literacy Level Digital Literacy Training

PART II: KNOWLEDGE, eINCLUSION AND ICT VOLUNTEERING

Strategies for the Network Society Peña-López (2007) Level ICT4D Strategies 1.0 INFRASTRUCTURES Push ICT SECTOR (DIGITAL) LITERACY 2.0 Pull LEGAL FRAMEWORK USES (CONTENT AND SERVICES)

Digital Literacy: typology Technological Literacy Media Literacy Digital Presence Informational Literacy e-Awareness Get Manage Monitor Define Multimedia Crossmedia Identity Network

Knowledge, literacy and engagement School Work Government Citizen Technological Literacy Acquisition Evaluation Informational Literacy Acquisition Evaluation Life-long learning Empowerment Digital Presence e-Portfolios & PLE Networking e-Portfolios Transparency & Accountability Identity Socialization Media Literacy Acquisition Evaluation 4 th & 5 th powers Open government Goverati Empowerment User Generated Content e-Awareness Business models Self-programming Connected worker Participation Connected institution Privacy & Security Participation Connected citizen

Acquisition

Evaluation

Acquisition

Evaluation

Life-long learning

Empowerment

e-Portfolios & PLE

Networking

e-Portfolios

Transparency & Accountability

Identity

Socialization

Acquisition

Evaluation

4 th & 5 th powers

Open government

Goverati

Empowerment

User Generated Content

Business models

Self-programming

Connected worker

Participation

Connected institution

Privacy & Security

Participation

Connected citizen

Ciudadanos de la Sociedad de la Información Based on Castells (2000, 2004) Inequality Exclusion Worker / Customer / Citizen Self-programmable Generic Connected Source of innovation and value creation Executor Disconnected Diamond in the rough but invisible to networks Structurally irrelevant to the system

Jaén, March 28, 2009. Encuentro Andaluz de Voluntariado Digital To cite this work: Peña-López, Ismael (2009) Access to knowledge and digital divide. Conference at the Encuentro Andaluz de Voluntariado Digital. Jaén: ICTlogy http://ictlogy.net/presentations/ 20090328_ismael_pena-lopez_-_access_knowledge_and_digital_divide.pdf To contact the author: http:// ismael. ictlogy.net More information please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ All the information in this document under a Creative Commons license: Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivative Works

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