Vol.1: Introduction to Information Technology: 1. Computers and information processing. 2. Operating systems. 3. Distributed computing systems. 4. Broadband communication systems. 5. Software technology. 6. Technological aspects of e-commerce. 7. Artificial intelligence. 8. Impacts of information and communication technologies. 9. Role of information technology in development. 10. IT development in India. 11. Developing IT skills.
Vol.2: Advances in Information Technology: 1. Development of digital technologies. 2. Networked society. 3. ICTs and media. 4. E-commerce technologies and infrastructures. 5. Technologies in learning. 6. Electronic publishing. 7. Technology instruments and communication trends. 8. Electronic governance. 9. Disparities in ICTs.
Vol.3: Information Technology for all: 1. ICTs and social transformations. 2. Opportunities of information. 3. Information society. 4. Educational approach in ICTs. 5. Computerisation of worklife. 6. Role of ICTs in poverty reduction. 7. Net marketing. 8. Implications of digital convergence. 9. Challenges of e-administration. 10. eEurope 2005: information society for all. 11. World summit on the information society.
Vol.4: Handbook of Information Technology: 1. Introduction. 2. Network technologies. 3. Global diffusion of ICTs. 4. Electronic environment: challenges and opportunities. 5. Transfer of knowledge and technology. 6. Technologies for social development. 7. ICTs and knowledge-based economy. 8. Net-oriented learning. 9. Network management.
Vol.5: Internet and Information Technology: 1. Computer networks. 2. Internet infrastructure. 3. Internet and broadband services. 4. E-commerce and internet marketing. 5. Internet corporation for assigned names and numbers. 6. Issues in web archiving. 7. Anonymity and identity in cyberspace. 8. Fair use and the internet. 9. Protection of internet integrity. 10. Monitoring of network security. 11. ICTs and sustainable development.
Vol.6: Computer Crime and Information Technology Misuse: 1. Dangers of computer viruses. 2. Threats to intellectual property rights. 3. Cyber terrorism. 4. Harassment on internet. 5. Electronic privacy. 6. Tracking of cyber attacks. 7. Cyber security. 8. International response to cyber crime. 9. Prevention of computer crime. 10. Convention on cyber crime.
Vol.7: Information Technology and the Law: 1. Information technology and human development. 2. Emergence of e-government. 3. ICT policy making. 4. Infotech development and intellectual property issues. 5. Ethics in information technology. 6. Challenges of e-governance. 7. Legal issues of electronic commerce. 8. The Electronic Commerce Act, 1998. 9. The Information Technology Act, 2000. 10. WIPO copyright rules, 1996. 11. Global knowledge forum proceedings.
Vol.8: Information Technology: International Issues: 1. Development and maintenance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). 2. Legal framework for ICT development. 3. ICT global governance. 4. Information and communication technologies for poverty reduction. 5. Gender dimensions of information society. 6. Corruption and ICTs. 7. Ethical issues in ICTs. 8. Understanding digital divide. 9. Digital copyright issues. 10. ICTs for educational development. 11. International issues in e-commerce.