ITID

AcronymDefinition
ITIDIteration Identifier
ITIDItem Id
ITIDInformation Technologies and International Development (open access journal)
ITIDInformation Technology Integration Directorate (Network Enterprise Technology Command; US Army)
ITIDIndian Trail Improvement District (West Palm Beach, FL)
ITIDIntelligent Text Input and Display (software)
ITIDInformation Technology Industry Development (various locations)
ITIDInformation Technology Infrastructure Division (Army Software Engineering Center)
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In the event of an emergency situation, doctors or rescuers will be able to obtain information on the health and travel of a person using the ITID, which is tied to a personal account and supports 24 languages.
A significant negative relation between profitability and ACP and ITID exist.
The two pits were initially filled in December 2001 from the L-8 Canal with runoff from ITID. In August 2002, one of the pits had a 150,000 liters per minute (40,000 gallons per minute) discharge pump installed.
Finally, we remind readers that the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development, from which selected papers are regularly published in ITID, will be held June 3-6, 2016, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
Bill got your associate editor gig at ITID, and ICTDEVers in Cape Town is still going strong.
This Special Issue of ITID contains a selection of articles from the IFIP 9.4 2013 International Conference on the Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, held in Jamaica May 19-22, 2013.
Gary was an Associate Editor at ITID, and a beloved friend and colleague.
Before introducing the current issue of ITID, we would like to welcome two new associate editors to the journal, Araba Sey and Bill Thies.
With this last issue of our ninth volume, we are thrilled to welcome Renee Wittemeyer as ITID's new Book Reviews Editor.
Heather Horst reviews Payal Arora's Dot Com Mantra and (ITID associate editor) Jenna Burrell's Invisible Users.
While the ITID papers we reviewed cover a limited number of projects, they represent activities ranging from the introduction of nationwide information systems to small-scale local interventions, to observational studies of ICT.
The ICTD 2006 conference was covered by means of the publication of the best articles in ITID. To set the discussion in context, the review also considers the eight most-cited development studies journals as ranked by Heeks (2) (2010b).