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ICTWG Survey

1. What best describes your area of work?

Summary
Value Percent %
IT 53%
Management 33%
Other 33%
Communications 27%

2. What should the ICT4DEV working group concentrate on developing?

Summary
Value Percent %
Workshops 64%
Best Practices 57%
Information 57%
Training material 57%
Research 29%
disability issue 7%
scholarship to volunteer 7%

3. Which of the following workshops would you consider attending?

Summary
Value Percent %
Web Technologies and Communications 85%
Internet and Communications 77%
Web Design 62%
Introduction to FOSS 38%
Computer Security 31%
Introduction to Linux 31%
Open Office 31%
Designing and Building a Server 23%
Ubuntu 23%
Web Blogs 15%

4. Would you like to contribute to the ICT4DEV WG blog / website?

Summary
Value Percent %
Yes 67%
No 33%

5. Are you familiar with the following ICT technologies?

Summary
Value Percent %
Email 92%
Web 2.0 62%
FOSS 54%
Web Blog 54%
Open Source 46%
Linux 31%

6. Do you currently or would you consider using FOSS (Free open source software)?

Summary
Value Percent %
Yes 80%
No 20%

7. Does your organisation require any ICT advice / support?

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Information and Communications Technology for Development Working Group
The Information and Communications Technology for Development Working Group (ICT4DEV WG) are seeking input on the potential range of activities that the working group will address.

The aim of the ICT4DEV WG is to help NGOs enhance their use of ICT to improve the quality of their development work in Vietnam. Through advising, training, sharing resources and inviting special expert guest speakers, the ICT4DEV WG seeks to maximise productivity and communications in the development community in Vietnam by helping NGOs to fully harness the power of ICT in their development activities.


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