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Is there a user in the house? Connecting with the user of information services

Is there a user in the house? Connecting with the user of information services

Information Development 6(1): 43-48

This fifth in a series of articles on the activities of the Information Sciences Division (ISD) of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) discusses some factors affecting the use of information products and services, particularly among the least privileged sectors of society. It argues in favour of developing indigenous capabilities for collecting, processing and disseminating both locally- and externally-generated information.

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DOI: 10.1177/026666699000600109

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