Selected Topic: Seminar in Electronic Government
Course code: AT71.9002
This course is elective
Course objectivesThe course provides the students concepts and principles of e-governments. Insights of e-government developments and challenges are discussed. All technical, managerial, and social aspects of e-government are addressed. The course is a mixture of lectures on fundamentals, student presentations of research from the academic journals, and a study report on seleted e-government topics
Learning outcomeDescription: Understanding e-Government. E-government services. E-government development. E-participation. Technologies underlying e-government. Mobile government. Other Issues. Global case studies of e-government. Student presentations of primary research papers.
II. E-government services
III. E-government Development
V. Technologies underlying e-government
VI. Mobile government
VII. Other Issues
VIII. Global case studies of e-government
IX. Student presentations of research papers
- Electronic Government, an International Journal (EG)
- International Journal of Electronic Democracy (IJED)
- International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG)
- Electronic Journal of e-Government
- Beyond e-Government & e-Democracy: A Global Perspective, Shark and Toporkoff, Public Technology Institute & items International, 2008.
- Digital Government, West, Princeton University Press, 2007.
- E-Government: From Vision to Implementation, Bhatnagar, SAGE Publications, 2008.
Grading20% in-class presentations 20% assignment, 35% study report, 25% final exam.