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IT OverviewButton for Bibliographic PageButton for IT Road Maps PageButton for IT in the Home PageButton for Comments PageButton for NSF HomepageButton for SRS HomepageTitle - Implications of IT Technologies: IT Overview

The expansion of computing and communications throughout society and the economy has prompted many questions about the effects of information, communications, and computational technologies (IT). Although we lack full understanding of the effects of IT on our work and lives, there have been many studies in many fields which provide scattered insights. The Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS) has gathered information about existing data and research on the social and economic implications of IT and placed it on the Web for use by researchers, analysts, and the public.

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This work is funded by the Division of Science Resources Statistics, with additional contributions from the Digital Society and Technologies Program in the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems; and the Sociology Program, the Science and Technology Studies Program, and the Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science, and Technology Program in the Social and Economic Sciences Division.