Spider supports Master Students at Swedish partner universities with travel grants to do fieldwork in developing countries for their thesis work in ICT4D. The aim of this support is to promote more research in ICT4D based on empirical field studies around the world. The thesis work is supervised by the Universities where the students are enrolled and Spider is thus not responsible for the quality of the thesis work. Some of the Spider-supported Master’s theses are made available to facilitate the sharing of ICT4D knowledge.
Here are presented some of the ICT4D related dissertations in Sweden.
In case you want us to publish information about a dissertation, please send title, name of the author, a brief abstract and a link to the dissertation to email@example.com (subject : ICT4D dissertation). For upcoming dissertations, please send information on the defense as well (place and date).