How do these lessons translate in your setting—your country, your community?
What lessons have emerged from your own experience or that of your country?
Where could you find the informal or anecdotal inputs in your context? What agencies or NGOs might already have relevant data? What potential private sector partners might be appropriate to contact?
What do these lessons mean in practical terms for you? For example, how might you become involved in influencing telecommunications service availability and pricing in your country?
What local experiences can your country build on in terms of information technology use in rural and underserved areas in general and in terms of shared public access facilities more specifically?
Have you ever thought about attending a national-level telecenter stakeholder consultation to bring together the leaders of the telecenter movement to collect “lessons” specific to your country? If no such meeting or consultation has ever taken place in your country, would you be in a position to organize one?
Do you see opportunities for collaborative action with others with similar interests to contract a local firm to conduct a national telecenter study or a needs assessment?
What processes would you (or have you) put in place to capture lessons from ongoing telecenter activities? How would you share such lessons with others in the telecenter movement in your country and globally?