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CeDEM15 #review

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CeDEM, the international Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government brings together e-democracy, e-participation and open government specialists working in academia, politics, government and business to critically analyse the innovations, issues, ideas and challenges in the networked societies of the digital age. This year, the CeDEM was organized from May 20th to May 22nd 2015. Let’s have a short review with our four Keynote-Speakers Shauneen Furlong, Marijn Janssen, Theresa A. Pardo and Alon Peled.


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1. Keynotes
2. 5 questions
3. Best Paper Award
4. 7 questions
5. Image Gallery (flickr.com)

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Karine Nahon, Alon Peled, and Jennifer Shkabatur are winning the Best Paper Award #CeDEM15 #video

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We congratulate the winners on the #CeDEM15 Best Paper Award: Karine Nahon, Alon Peled and Jennifer Shkabatur with their paper “Cities’ Open Government Data Heart Beat”

 

This is what the reviewers said about the paper:

“…it is clearly written, notable urges the right questions in current International transparency debates, has a clear written methodology and addresses interesting insights and discussion points.”

“…lies on real research and has a practical value……”

“…an innovative and really practical approach to measuring Openness…..”

“…provided a very valuable new methodology for measuring open government data at the level where it arguably matters most i.e. local”

“…not only interesting but extremely useful in terms of advancing best practice in the Open Data field.”

 

5 questions to Marijn Janssen #CeDEM15

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During our CeDEM15 conference, Noella Edelmann asked Marijn Janssen from the Universities Toronto and Ottawa 5 questions around Open Government and E-Democracy.

5 questions to…
Marijn Janssen
Professor in ICT & Governance and head of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Delft University of Technology

  1. In a nutshell: What are your thoughts in Open Government and E-Democracy?
  2. What does “open” mean to you?
  3. Could you name a good practise in E-Democracy or Open Government?
  4. …and how about bad practises?
  5. What are we going to talk about at CeDEM25?

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5 questions to Shauneen Furlong #CeDEM15

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During our CeDEM15 conference, Noella Edelmann asked Shauneen Furlong from the Universities Toronto and Ottawa 5 questions around Open Government and E-Democracy.

5 questions to…
Shauneen Furlong
Professor and ICT and eGovernment Consultant, Universities Toronto and Ottawa

  1. In a nutshell: What are your thoughts in Open Government and E-Democracy?
  2. What does “open” mean to you?
  3. Could you name a good practise in E-Democracy or Open Government?
  4. …and how about bad practises?
  5. What are we going to talk about at CeDEM25?

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5 questions to Alon Peled #CeDEM15

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During our CeDEM15 conference, Noella Edelmann asked Alon Peled from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 5 questions around Open Government and E-Democracy.

5 questions to…
Alon Peled
Associate Professor and Political Scientist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  1. In a nutshell: What are your thoughts in Open Government and E-Democracy?
  2. What does “open” mean to you?
  3. Could you name a good practise in E-Democracy or Open Government?
  4. …and how about bad practises?
  5. What are we going to talk about at CeDEM25?

More informations