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As part of its commitment to open data, the Global Impact Study is providing the micro-data for the project surveys. This file contains the Global Impact Study user survey data in SPSS/SAV format. The user survey data is also available in CSV format in this web library. The user survey data includes data from over 5,000 public access information & communication technology users in public access venues, such as libraries, telecenters, and cybercafes in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

As part of its commitment to open data, the Global Impact Study is providing the micro-data for the project surveys. This file contains the Global Impact Study user survey data in CSV format. The user survey data is also available in SPSS/SAV format in this web library. The user survey data includes data from over 5,000 public access information & communication technology users in public access venues, such as libraries, telecenters, and cybercafes in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

This working paper describes the methodology for the Global Impact Study’s five-country surveys of public access ICT venue operators, users and non-users. The surveys collected detailed information about the conditions of public access to ICTs, characteristics of public access users, patterns of usage, as well as information on non-users. Local research teams in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines implemented the surveys through personal interviews in and around public access ICT venues.

This survey of public access venue non-users was designed to capture non-user characteristics, indirect impacts, and to serve as a control for the user survey. The survey is divided into five sections: 1) Household screening and information, 2) ICT exposure, skills, and usage, 3) Perceived impacts, 4) Cost valuation, and 5) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

This codebook accompanies the survey of public access venue non-users, which was designed to capture non-user characteristics, indirect impacts, and to serve as a control for the user survey. The survey is divided into five sections: 1) Household screening and information, 2) ICT exposure, skills, and usage, 3) Perceived impacts, 4) Cost valuation, and 5) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

Based on a survey of public access ICT users in five countries, this working paper outlines some basic characteristics of users – their demographics, history of using ICTs and reasons for using public access ICTs. This preliminary analysis indicates that while a large proportion of public access ICT users are young (40% under 20 years old), male (65%), students (44%), and have at least secondary education (82%), there is a fair amount of diversity in user characteristics.

This codebook accompanies the survey of public access venue operators, which was designed to capture types of services public access venues offer, cost of service provision, perceptions on impact, users, usage patterns, and perceptions of impact. The survey is divided into ten sections: 1) About the venue, 2) About the venue layout, 3) Venue infrastructure, 4) Financing and costs, 5) Staffing, 6) Services, 7) Traffic and usage, 8) Changes at the venue, 9) Venue impacts, and 10) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

This codebook accompanies the survey of public access venue users, which was designed to capture user characteristics, usage patterns, and perceptions of impact. The survey is divided into six sections: 1) Basic information, 2) ICT exposure and skills, 3) Access, 4) Usage, 5) Perceived impacts, and 6) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

This survey of public access venue operators was designed to capture types of services public access venues offer, cost of service provision, perceptions on impact, users, usage patterns, and perceptions of impact. The survey is divided into ten sections: 1) About the venue, 2) About the venue layout, 3) Venue infrastructure, 4) Financing and costs, 5) Staffing, 6) Services, 7) Traffic and usage, 8) Changes at the venue, 9) Venue impacts, and 10) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

This survey of public access venue users was designed to capture user characteristics, usage patterns, and perceptions of impact. The survey is divided into six sections: 1) Basic information, 2) ICT exposure and skills, 3) Access, 4) Usage, 5) Perceived impacts, and 6) Demographics. The survey was implemented in 2010 and 2011 in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines.

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