Access to Information in UK Law
Maori access to information technology
The extent of Internet access is a key indicator of the Maori people’s ability to use information technologies for social, e‐commerce and e‐government communication. The key findings from national ...
Libraries' role in equalizing access to information
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to address the question of what libraries can do to help narrow the digital divide that causes unequal access to information. Design/methodology/approach: Thi...
Access to information in Benin: a case study
Transparency is nowadays at the top of the agenda for most governments. The number of countries that have adopted a law on access to administrative documents is on the rise. Access to information l...
- Book Review: Secrecy and liberty: national security, freedom of expression and access to information
- The Government, Mad Cows and the Public: Access to Information and the BSE Crisis
Asynchronous social search as a single point of access to information
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present asynchronous social search as a novel and intuitive approach to search for information in which people collaborate to find the information they are ...
Networked document imaging software: guidelines to providing widespread access to information
What if you went to the public library and you were only allowed to check out books from one shelf — and all the books had to be in the same category? Such limited access would prohibit you from fi...
Endeavor: integrated access to information regardless of its location or format
Endeavor Information Systems, now wholly owned subsidiaries of Elsevier Science Inc, are relative newcomers to the Library Management System market with Voyager targeted at academic and research li...
The Knowledge Portal, or the vision of easy access to information
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to show that the development of the “Knowledge Portal” is an attempt to develop a central access system in terms of a “single point of access” for all electron...
Anytime, anywhere access to information resources: a case study from Kuwait
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to understand the pervasiveness of mobile devices in ubiquitous access of information. Moreover, the study tries to ascertain the growing demands of mobile dev...
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