Out Now: JeDEM 6(2) Special CeDEM14 Issue!

JeDEM – eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government Vol 6, No 2 (2014)

Issue 6(2) of the eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government has just been published and presents the best papers from the CeDEM14 (Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government

CeDEM14 broke all previous records in terms of number of people attending, number of papers submitted, number of workshops offered and the number of pages in the proceedings. Whilst we of course recommend reading the CeDEM Proceedings, the Journal of E-Democracy and Open Government allows us to showcase the best papers from the conference. These are the papers that received the highest peer-review marks and some were nominated for the CeDEM Best Paper Award.

See the Table of Contents below, then visit the website (http://www.jedem.org/issue/view/17 ) to read the OA articles!

Table of Contents
Editorial 6(2) Noella Edelmann, Peter Parycek
Breaking Public Administrations’ Data Silos. The Case of Open-DAI, and a Comparison between Open Data Platforms. Raimondo Iemma, Federico Morando, Michele Osella
From Toddler to Teen: Growth of an Open Data Ecosystem. Maximilian Heimstädt, Fredric Saunderson, Tom Heath
Isotype Visualizations. A Chance for Participation & Civic Education. Eva Mayr, Günther Schreder
The Arts of the Possible. Information Visualization in the Field of Politics. Florian Windhager, Michael Smuc
Polarizing Political Participation Frames in a Nordic Gay Community. Jakob Svensson
The Ideal Voting Interface: Classifying Usability. Damien Mac Namara, Paul Gibson, Ken Oakley
Internet Voting for Expatriates: The Swiss Case. Micha Germann, Uwe Serdült
Through Liquid Democracy to Sustainable Non-Bureaucratic Government. Alois Paulin

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