Student essays about ICT4D


Students ICT4D courses 2020 and 2021 : Essays about ICT4D.

Seline Olijdam. “Data Protection in the Global South, with a Focus on Africa“.  Essay in ICT4D in the Field 2021 course. [PDF].

Mohammad Nazrul bin Mornie. Societal Impacts and Ethics on the Implementation of AI Approach in Women Entrepreneurship  (UNIMAS). Essay in ICT4D in the Field 2021 course. [PDF].

Hrach Hayrapetyan. AI, Social Impact and Ethics: the Case of Detection of Plant Diseases using Image Recognition in Northern GhanaEssay in ICT4D in the Field 2021 course. [PDF].

Nikolaos Basmatzidis. Essay in ICT4D in the Field 2021 course. [PDF].

Sven Preng. “A critical analysis of big data for international development.” Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF]

Shruti Rao. “Critical Analysis of E-Governance with Big Data in India”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

David Huser. “Crowdsourcing as collaborative participation in international development”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF]

Floris Gorter.”Designing icon-based mobile applications for illiterate users in rural areas.” Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Daan de Ruijter. “Downscaling Linked Data Vocabularies”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Kick Timmer. “The effects, challenges and future prospects of ICTs on gender divides in Ghana”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Astrid Weijs. “Critical success factors for mHealth services in rural Ghana”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Pjotr Scholtze. “Literature study for possibilities of drones in Sub-Saharan Africa”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Dominique van Schagen. “Interactive Voice Recognition in healthcare in rural Africa: challenges and opportunities”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].

Markus Funke. “Open Data in Developing Countries”. Essay in ICT4D 2020 course. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 2020. [PDF].