From 16th -19th December 2013, Dr. Araba Say and Dr. Maria Garrido from Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), a research group at University of Washington Information School paid a working visit to Vietsurvey with an aim of landing off Vietnam Cultural Post Office (CPOs) Study. TASCHA team expects that the study will provide a thorough understanding of dynamism of CPOs as an agent of knowledge and information access to community and inform to other countries under GL/BMGF spectrum.
At the meetings, Vietsurvey team shared their valid experiences from Mid-term Evaluation of “Improvement of computer usage and public internet access” project funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The teams also exchange views on variety of research issues including methodology, sampling, toolkit design and database management which will serve as the foundation of the upcoming research. The teams come to an agreement to research design; and contract terms and conditions which will result in the study implementation from now to the end of 2014.
“The working sessions definitely goes beyond our expectation. We are happy with what we’ve achieved over the four working days” said Dr. Araba Sey in the last working session with Vietsurvey on December 19th, 2013.
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