Networked Canada: Beyond the Information Highway
|Technology has transformed the way people communicate. Networked
Canada reveals the ICT sector like no other, bringing you the latest
research data on information and communications technologies, in the home, at
work, in schools and by government. Available in print or electronic version,
Networked Canada takes an exhaustive look at the information and
communications technology sector for the period of 1993-1999.
The publication contains two main parts:
Part I provides a statistical overview of the ICT sector on the basis of:
| A summary of international ICT sector comparisons for value added,
employment, international trade and R&D expenditure, using recent data
published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
is also included here.
Part II focuses on the ever-increasing use of, and access to information and communications technologies in the home, at work, in schools and by governments. It looks at:
Whether youre an analyst, planner, educator, market researcher or decision-maker, Networked Canada will help you understand technology in Canada and support you in harnessing its power to:
Written by Heidi Ertl. Published by Statistics Canada, 2001.
A free copy of the .pdf file can be downloaded from the Statistics Canada website:
Or, you may choose to purchase the book:
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Last modified: March 13, 2002
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