Defining Ict In A Boundary less World: The Development Of A Working Hierarchy
Colrain M. Zuppo Marion Technical College (MTC)
Subsequent to rapid information and communication technology development, the scope of the definition of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT or ICTs) has been utilized within diverse contexts including economic development, education, IT, business and personal usage. A review of academic literature, trade publications and general information was undertaken to establish a hierarchy of applications for the term ICT or ICTs.
ICT, ICTs, education, economics, digital communication, hierarchy
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