Purpose – Sets out to discuss the concept of the digital divide and its impact in Latin American libraries. Design/methodology/approach – Provides an overview of the situation in the region. Findings – The digital divide is a global problem that is amplified in the information age, a time in which groups and individuals in society are being denied access to technology. Provides an example by showing how the library of the Universidad de San Andrés has dealt with this situation. Originality/value – The importance of cooperation among various institutions is highlighted as a way to overcome the barriers to information access.
Collection Building – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2005
Keywords: Argentina; Libraries; Communication technologies; Knowledge management
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