Learning and developing with each other : case of collaborative innovation through ICT in India and CanadaRajan Gupta
, Saibal K. Pal
, 2020, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph
Abstract: ICT is a powerful tool which can be used by both India and Canada to harness the growth and development in the respective regions. Researchers and practitioners can come together from Indo-Canadian communities and take the association to a more meaningful level. The current research discusses the ICT tools that can be adopted from Canada by India to improve the education quality and knowledge transmission. On the other hand, Canada government can make efforts to enhance knowledge transfer and translation through ICT by adopting tools like best practices
repository, communities of practice, corporate intranet/extranet, corporate yellow pages, expertise locator, online chat/instant messaging, knowledge portals, groupware-workflow and tracking system, and document/content management that are already used in India. ICT has the potential to develop the country politically,
socially, and economically.
Keywords: e-governance, information technology, communication technology, India, Canada, innovation, knowledge transfer
Published in RUNG: 31.03.2021; Views: 1990; Downloads: 9
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