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What is Open Access to Research Data? Is it free and open access to raw data? Access to data collection tools and instruments? Access to data with tools to organize and analyze? These are the types of questions the Global Impact Study is considering as we develop an open approach to our research on the impacts of public access to information and communication technologies (ICTs). The approach we have adopted includes developing an open-access web application to enable meaningful sharing of the data in our inventory of public access ICT venues.

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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