The Internet in island communities in Croatia: between government strategies and reality
AbstractThe question of integrating Internet into the every day life of people living in isolated areas (e.g. islands and remote rural areas) has been of particular interest to the Croatian Government. It has addressed this issue in its basic strategic and action-plan documents which aimed to improve state economy and living conditions of Croatia's citizens. Also, adopted LIS professional statements have been aiming to increase library awareness, as one of the focal points to the equal access to information for all citizens regardless of their educational, social or economic background. The paper will discuss Government initiatives related to the e-community building issues on islands and in other rural areas in Croatia. Related awareness raising initiatives of LIS professionals, aimed at professionals, governing bodies and citizens, will also be discussed.
How to Cite
Aparac-Jelušić, Tatjana. 2004. “The Internet in Island Communities in Croatia: Between Government”. The International Review of Information Ethics 2 (November). Edmonton, Canada. https://doi.org/10.29173/irie243.