Step 1. Identify Infrastructure Needs
Retrieve from Filing Cabinet - 2.2 - the document "ICT Policy Program Decision."
Review the document to identify the needs for audio/radio infrastructure to implement the proposed program.
Meanwhile the Team should looks at each need, in terms of objective, geography and institutional setting and determines whether the need is better served by self-standing audio recordings ( and cassette or CD players) or by radio transmission (and radios).
To assist the Team in its assessment, click the link below to review the main comparative strengths and drawbacks of each technology option. RADIO BROADCAST VERSUS AUDIO RECORDINGS
To summarize your deliberations, click and fill the FORM. Once you have completed the form, go to the next page to complete Step 2 - Plan for adequate audio/radio infrastructure.
The Team may solicit information from appropriate individuals or institutions by sending the FORM as email attachment requesting that it be completed and returned.
If you determine that the proposed program does not need audio/broadcast radio technologies, skip Step 2.