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MPTM 680-01 ICT4D: Information and Communication Technologies for Development M a r i a F . T r u j i l l o , P h D .
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2 Competition! 3
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3 Class 7 Greenstone Mitra’s Hole in the Wall GMS DBd Case Study Guest Lecturer: Tim Frazier
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4 Appropriate Technologies Appropriate technologies for development: Illiteracy Local languages Unreliable electricity Unreliable internet connection No secure data exchange No smartphones
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Emergency and Disaster Management I T a n d D e v e l o p m e n t
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6 A story The Spider The Spiderweb The Environment
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7 The grid
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8 Rebuild - the same? Better? Elon Musk Tesla-incorporated SolarCity American Samoa: Ta’u can now store three days of energy in a solar grid “The Tesla team has done this for many smaller islands around the world, but there is no scalability limit, so it can be done for Puerto Rico too. Such a decision would be in the hands of the PR govt, PUC, any commercial stakeholders and, most importantly, the people of PR.”
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9 How do disasters and development intersect?
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10 Guest Speaker: Tim Frazier Dr. Frazier holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Geography from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Geography from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Frazier’s doctoral degree specialization is in Human/Environment Interaction focusing on research concerning differential vulnerability and resilience of marginalized populations to climate change and natural hazards. His research uses GIS-based climate modeling , spatial analysis, and other quantitative geospatial approaches to determine global and environmental change stressors and then qualitative methodologies (primarily stakeholder engagement) to explore the impacts of these stressors on risk, societal vulnerability, community resilience and adaptation, primarily from a socioeconomic perspective. Much of Dr. Frazier’s research focuses on developing science that serves to impact decision-making in local communities through stakeholderengagement .
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11 Capacity Building Maria F. Trujillo, PhD Deputy Director Capacity Building
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Changes in the context I T a n d D e v e l o p m e n t
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13 Case Study: The Greenstone Digital Library Workshops and Tutorials
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15 First Aid in Pictures
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16 First Aid in Pictures
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17 1999 Mitra’s Hole in the Wall
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  • Fall '17
  • Maria Trujillo

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