The digital revolution has transformed much of the global economy. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play a key role in this revolution. However, not everyone has equal access to these technologies. This gap exists on multiple levels, whether between individuals, small segments within a population, countries, or global regions. The term used to refer to this inequality is the digital divide. This bibliography focuses on recent literature written to describe the digital divide on the African continent.
ICTs, digital divide, Africa, annotated bibliography
Copyright © 2013 Susan E. Russell and Tom Steele
Recommended CitationRussell, Susan E. and Steele, Tom (2013) "Information and Communication Technologies and the Digital Divide in Africa: A Review of the Periodical Literature, 2000-2012," Electronic Journal of Africana Bibliography: Vol. 14.
Available at: https://ir.uiowa.edu/ejab/vol14/iss1/1