Emerging role of ICT in the development of knowledge-based master planned communities

Bhishna Bajracharya, Janelle Allison

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Abstract

With the recent trends toward knowledge-based urban development and networked society, information and communications technologies have increasingly played important roles in the daily lives of people for social interaction, learning, information, and recreation. This research is an exploratory study on how information and communications technologies have been adopted in master planned communities of South East Queensland, Australia. It examines the four roles of information and communications technologies in the master planned communities: (1) teleworking; (2) creating a sense of community; (3) promoting integrated offices and businesses; and (4) developing learning communities. More recent master planned communities in South East Queensland, such as Varsity Lakes, North Lakes, and Greater Springfield have integrated information and communications technologies for activities such as community internet portals, local business development, and for use in community learning centers and education facilities. There is a potential to attract knowledge workers in master planned communities through the inclusion of cultural amenities, information and communications technologies, and learning infrastructure. It is important that information and communications technologies, and learning infrastructure not only benefit the housing estate but also the surrounding region, thus putting a foundation for a knowledge-based urban region.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKnowledge-Based Urban Development
Subtitle of host publicationPlanning and Applications in the Information Era
EditorsTan Yigitcanlar, Koray Velibeyoglu, Scott Baum
PublisherIGI Global
Pages279-295
Number of pages17
ISBN (Print)9781599047201
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Bajracharya, B., & Allison, J. (2008). Emerging role of ICT in the development of knowledge-based master planned communities. In T. Yigitcanlar, K. Velibeyoglu, & S. Baum (Eds.), Knowledge-Based Urban Development: Planning and Applications in the Information Era (pp. 279-295). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-59904-720-1.ch016
Bajracharya, Bhishna ; Allison, Janelle. / Emerging role of ICT in the development of knowledge-based master planned communities. Knowledge-Based Urban Development: Planning and Applications in the Information Era. editor / Tan Yigitcanlar ; Koray Velibeyoglu ; Scott Baum. IGI Global, 2008. pp. 279-295
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Knowledge-Based Urban Development: Planning and Applications in the Information Era. ed. / Tan Yigitcanlar; Koray Velibeyoglu; Scott Baum. IGI Global, 2008. p. 279-295.

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Bajracharya B, Allison J. Emerging role of ICT in the development of knowledge-based master planned communities. In Yigitcanlar T, Velibeyoglu K, Baum S, editors, Knowledge-Based Urban Development: Planning and Applications in the Information Era. IGI Global. 2008. p. 279-295 https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-59904-720-1.ch016