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E-Government 2.0: Web 2.0 in Public Administration. Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies Program

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Author is a researcher working in the educational project “E-Government 2.0 in Practice” realized since 2014 under the European Commission’s program ERASMUS+. The project developed innovative and interdisciplinary teaching curricula in the area of e-Government 2.0, offering a new quality of university education as regards the content provided and educational tools applied, in the subjects covering: Web 2.0 in public administration, particularly practical use of the ICT tools in the field of e-participation, e-consultations, e-petitions, e-democracy, crowdsourcing, collaborative decision-making, open data re-use etc. The knowledge database, the case studies, the new curricula, teaching methods and didactic tools have been created and are available for a free use for all interested universities. The paper includes the following subjects, reflecting the scope of work carried out in the project: identification of the contemporary political, social, technical and research trends in the e-Government 2.0 area, the key questions outlining an e-Government 2.0 framework, proposed typology of the e-Government 2.0 websites and internet applications, as well as information about access to the results of the project. The project results are available for all the interested educational organizations under creative commons license on the http://www.egov2.eu website. Every university can therefore implement the project results in the educational program.

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Olszowski, R. (2016). E-Government 2.0: Web 2.0 in Public Administration. Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies Program. In: Bagnoli, F., et al. Internet Science. INSCI 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 9934. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45982-0_6

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