Learning with Information Systems: Learning Cycles in Information Systems Development

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Routledge, Feb 1, 2013 - Education - 248 pages
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In Learning with Information Systems the author takes the developing world as the context and through a series of case studies develops a commonly used systems analysis methodology. He demonstrates how this methodology can evolve and adapt as new ideas become prominent. Issues of sustainability of information systems, participation in systems design and user ownership of systems are all examined.
This book does not attempt to be prescriptive for all contexts nor does it focus on any particular technology. It addresses the essential questions and promises practical approaches which will help in the avoidance of the worst forms of disaster associated with the planning of information systems for developing countries.

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Introduction and Background
Information Systems and Planning in Developing Countries
PART H The Question and the Approach
PART HI ActionResearch Learning
An Administrative Staff College
A Board for Technical Education
An Overview of the Learning Process

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