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Gomez, Ricardo & Vannini, Sara (2015). Fotohistorias: Participatory Photography and the Experience of Migration. Charleston, SC:CreateSpace. 375 pgs. (Bilingual: English & Spanish).

Barón, L. F. & Gómez, R. (2014). Mas que Teclas y Pantallas. Acceso público a TIC en Colombia. Santiago de Cali: Universidad Icesi.

Gomez, R. (Ed.) (2012). Libraries, Telecenters, Cybercafés and Public Access to ICT: international comparisons. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Gomez, R. (2010). Breathe and Celebrate. Charleston SC: Createspace.

Gomez, R. (Ed.) (1993). Puntadas para un Sueño: el movimiento de video en Colombia y América Latina. Bogota: Videocombo.


Recent Jornal Articles:

Gomez, R. & Vannini, S. (2017). Notions of home and sense of belonging in the context of migration in a journey through participatory photography. EJISDC, 78:1. (forthcoming)

Yim, M., Gomez, R. & Carter, M. (2016). Facebook's "Free Basics": for or against community development?  Journal of Community Informatics 2(2).

Gomez, R. (2016). Vulnerability and information practices among (undocumented) Latino Migrants, EJISDC, 75(1).

Newell, B., Gomez, R. & Guajardo, V. (2016). Information Seeking, Technology Use, and Vulnerability among Migrants at the U.S.-Mexico Border. The Information Society 32(2).

Baron, L. F., & Gomez, R. (2016). The associations between technologies and societies:  The utility of Actor-Network Theory, Science, Technology & Society. 21(2), p 129-148: Sage.

Newell, B.C., Gomez, R. and Guajardo, V. (2016) Sensors, Cameras, and the New ‘Normal’ in Clandestine Migration: How Undocumented Migrants Experience Surveillance at the U.S.-Mexico Border. Surveillance and Society (forthcoming)

Gomez, R., Foot, K., Young, M., Paquet-Kinsley, R., Morrison, S. (2015) Pulling the Plug Visually: Images of Resistance to ICTs and Connectivity. First Monday. 20(11).

Morrison, S., & Gomez, R. (2014). Pushback: Expressions of resistance to the “evertime” of constant online connectivityFirst Monday, 19(8). doi:10.5210/fm.v19i8.4902.

Gomez, R. (2014). When You Do Not Have a Computer: Public access computing in developing countries, ITD - Information Technology for Development, 20(3), 279-291. Taylor & Francis.

Baron, L. F., Neils, M., & Gomez, R. (2014). Crossing new borders: computers, mobile phones, transportation and English language among Hispanic day laborers in Seattle, JASIST - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 65(1), 98-108.

Gomez, R. (2013). The Changing Field of ICTD: Growth and Maturation in the Field, 2000-2010EJISDC - Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.58(1), 1-21.

Gomez, R., Bayo, I., Reed, P., Wang, C., & Silva, M. (2013). Fearless Cards: a low-tech solution to help overcome emotional barriers to ICT adoption among extremely marginalized populations, EJISDC - Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.56(3), 1-15

Baron, L. F.,& Gomez, R. (2013). Relationships and Connectedness: weak ties that help social inclusion through public access computing, ITD - Information Technology for Development. Taylor & Francis.19(4), 271-295

Baron, L. F.,& Gomez, R. (2013). Panorama de las Políticas Públicas en Colombia: De la infraestructura a la apropiación socialSigno y Pensamiento, 61. Bogota, Colombia: Universidad Javeriana.

Gomez, R.,& Pather, S. (2012). ICT Evaluation: are we asking the right questions?, EJISDC- Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 50. (Best Papers of IDIA Conference, 2010).

Baron, L. F.,& Gomez, R. (2012). Same but different: comparing public access computing venues in Colombia, ITID - Information Technologies & International Development, 8(4), 44-53. USC Annenberg Press. Also in Spanish as Baron, L. F.,& Gomez, R. (2012). Iguales, Pero Diferentes: Comparación de Locales de Acceso Público a Computadores en Colombia, ITID - Information Technologies & International Development, 8(4), 59-76. USC Annenberg Press.

Gomez, R. (2012). Users’ Perceptions of Impact of Public Access Computing in Colombia: Libraries, Telecenters and Cybercafés, ITID - Information Technologies & International Development, 8(3). USC Annenberg Press.





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