Vorlesung Anwendungen der Verwaltungsinformatik

E-Participation

Organisational issues

Lecture in the course of the Summer Academy 2011

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer

In Curriculum: Master of Information Management (IM), Information Systems (WI), Computer Science (Inf) -> Applications of eGovernment (Anwendungen der Verwaltungsinformatik - Teilmodul WIMW04-V), Lecture with 2 SWS & 3 ECTS.

Dates and Times:

Date Time Room Nr of units
13 July 12:15 - 13:45 SAT 1
14 July 18:00 s.t. - 19:30 A308 1
15 July 16:00 s.t. - 17:30 SAT 1
18 July 8:30 - 10:00 A308 1
20 July 8:30 - 10:00
10.15 - 11.45
12.30 - 14:00
SAT 3
21 July 8:30 - 10:00
10.15 - 11.45
12.30 - 14:00
SAT 3
22 July 15:00 - 16:30
16.45 - 18.15
K208 2

See also schedule of Summer Academy 2011

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Slides and support materials are available in SVN repository.

 

 

Course Aims and Overview

The course will provide a deeper understanding of the field e-participation. It will deal with the following contents:

  1. Overview of e-participation as a research field

  2. Research methods, theoretical grounds as well as tools and technologies for e-participation

  3. Methods for analyzing, conceptualizing and managing e-participation projects

  4. Introduction to selected cases of e-participation. The cases will be investigated along theoretical grounds, methodological approaches used in the case implementation, technical and organizational settings, as well as impact of e-participation endeavor and use of solution.

  5. Monitoring and evaluating e-participation projects

  6. Impact of e-participation to society  and assessment of the public value-add

Learning objectives

By the end of this course, students should:

  1. be able to describe the domain of e-participation

  2. have knowledge about theories and methods of e-participation

  3. know tools and technologies used in e-participation

  4. be able to apply a structured engineering approach to plan, analyze and design e-participation projects

  5. know about cases and be able to categorize and assess these cases along methods used, tools and technologies deployed, success of the project and impact generated

  6. know about the key success criteria, different evaluation methods and how successful current and past e-participation projects are/were

  7. be able to estimate the impact and value-add of e-participation.

Earning the certificate and credits

Examination will be based on presentations of cases along the course as well as on the delivery of a written assignment on the case after the course.

Sources

  • Project cases and deliverables of MOMENTUM and respective projects. See www.ep-momentum.eu

  • www.epractice.eu cases; select cases, select filter and type in “eParticipation” in the “Browse by tags” filter. Or choose “eParticipation” from the tag cloud

Further literature will be provided along the lecture.

Journals and e-government glossary

Liste von Journals ist auf der EGOV Community Website verfügbar.

E-Government Glossar