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Role of ICT in Sustainability of Research: A Conceptual Framework

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.2, No. 4)

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Page : 548-550

Keywords : Research; Information and Communication; Technology; Sustainability; Disseminate; Globalization; Economic growth;

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Research and information and communication technology (ICT) both are complement to each other and the purpose of the research is to investigate ideas and uncover useful knowledge. ICT is the vehicle to the research process for driving it to destination. In today�s age of globalization when the world is moving rapidly into the digital media and information the role of ICT is becoming more experienced in disseminating the information which is required for the research process. Sustainability of research is that quality research which can used, can guide in future research. This paper is based on the existing literature review related to ICT and research. This is descriptive kind of research which draws and explores the concept, idea of ICT in sustainability of research by drawing and discussing the conceptual framework on changing dimensions of the quality of the research and impact of ICT in value creation. The methodology adopted is discussion based on the series of widespread review of literature and explores the changing role of ICT in the work of research. It investigates how research overtime has affected and ICT has accelerated the research process. Data of the literature were collected and studied thoroughly. The findings suggested that the practice of ICT is strongly associated with research sustainability. It provides the comprehensive indications that research sustainability is important issue and it is of global nature. Apart from the research it is equally important in business social and environmental, economic growth.

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