Providing adequate Internet access for rural and regional Australia is an important priority for governments at all levels. For communities in these areas to benefit from the information economy and realise a continuing improvement in their social, economic and environmental wellbeing, such access must be both affordable and sustainable. Community organisations make an important contribution in these areas and this research will examine the questions how they adopt such innovations, and how they make use of the Internet to further interaction with their community. It will identify and examine barriers to such use, relating the barriers to both their root causes and the benefits / behaviour on which they impact.
|Effective start/end date||24/02/05 → 30/06/09|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD48,296.00
- VICNET: AUD10,000.00
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD24,148.00
- VICNET: AUD5,000.00