Information Technology: Equalizer or Separator of Developing Countries?

S. Arunachalam

The Technology Source Archives, at the University of North Carolina 1998

Scientists in developing countries have a problem: those who work under adverse conditions in developing countries need to achieve more to win recognition than those who work under better conditions in developed countries, and often scientists in these developing countries watch their work go unnoticed, no matter its quality. Technology exacerbates this inequality and further marginalizes scientists on the periphery. It is important for researchers to know what is happening around the world and to publicize their own work. Information is key to the growth of knowledge, and dissemination of information is crucial for scientific enterprise.

http://technologysource.org/article/information_technology/

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