|Electronic Government Technologies and Applications|
|Title: ||Electronic Government Technologies and Applications|
|Lesson Code: ||321-11101|
|Theory Hours: ||3|
|Lab Hours: |
|Faculty: ||Alexopoulos Charalambos|
Introduction to e-Government domain – key issues and topics. The Public sector – structure and operations. G2C, G2B, G2G services. Business Process Management in the public sector and local administration. Enterprise Architecture for Government Systems. Key infrastructures and government services. Local Government. World, European and National status (e-government indexes). Issues and principles of open and collaborative governance. Systems and methods for electronic participation and electronic democracy. Open governmental data: administrative processes and relative ICT tools. Social media in the public sector, for provision of services towards citizens and businesses. National and Local Government cases. Team Project: Development of innovative e-government services and solution prototypes.
The students will acquire knowledge on the principles, the processes and the tools of electronic government, with the support of information and communication technologies.
Charalabidis Y., Koussouris S. (2012) ”Empowering Open and Collaborative Governance: Technologies and Methods for On-line Citizen Engagement in Public Policy Making”, pp. 1-296, ISBN 978-3-642-27218-9, Springer Publications, 2012.
Research papers from GIQ, JOCEC and JKEC journals
|Learning Activities and Teaching Methods |
Final examination and lab exercises (theoretical and programming).
The mark of final exercise should be ≥ 4 for attendance in the final examinations. The mark of final examination should be ≥ 4 for successful course completion. The final mark is computed as follows: 0.4 * (Mark of Exercises) + 0.6 * (Mark of Examination) and should ≥ 5.
For each examination/exercises subject clearly specified evaluation criteria are given. The students can see their exam paper after the final examination and inspect their faults. The overall distribution of marks is announced on eClass, so that students can evaluate their performance.
|Assessment/Grading Methods |
||125 hours (5 ECTS)
|Language of Instruction|
|Greek, English (for Erasmus students)|
|Μode of delivery |
Face-to-face (in class)