Communication

The advent of the Internet transformed
the world in the mid-1990s. This revolution complemented a
paradigm shift already underway that saw a move away from an
economy based primarily on industry to one based increasingly on information and
communication. Now more than ever, communication technology and protocol
shapes everyday life the entire world over. MSU Global Access
brings you the resources you need in the realm of
journalism, the Internet, and other communication issues and technology.
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Directories
International
Telecommunication Union – The ITU, headquartered in
Geneva, Switzerland is an international organization within
which governments and the private sector coordinate global
telecom networks and services.
The World Wide
Web Consortium – By promoting interoperability and
encouraging an open forum for discussion, W3C commits to
leading the technical evolution of the Web.
Communication Initiative –
This Initiative is aimed at improving strategic
communication thinking on development issues and advancing
the extent and quality of communication for change
information. The focus of such efforts can be on multiple
issues such as Poverty Eradication, Health, Education, Early
Child Development, and others. Numerous aid agencies and
international organizations are partners in this initiative.
Can search by Geography, Development issues, Program medium,
Evaluation, and Communication Trends. “Other Links”
link to websites of numerous organizations involved with
international communication.