JeDEM has been continuously keeping its course with publishing high quality papers while being free of charge for authors (no processing charges or APCs for submisson and publication are applied). But the Open Access journal also continues to strive for excellence in today’s highly competitive publishing landscape, where visibility of articles and indexing are big criteria for authors when they are choosing a journal.
Thus, we are pleased to inform you of some important updates for JeDEM!
What is new?
JeDEM was accepted for inclusion in Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature
We will also be available as Crossref citation data (on behalf of the Initiative for OpenCitations)
Articles on JeDEM are now identifiable via DOIs (Digital Object Identifyer System)
9(2) CeDEM Issue (Edited by Qinfeng Zhu and Noella Edelmann)
The second issue of JeDEM in 2017, co-edited with Qinfeng Zhu from City University of Hong Kong, is out now!
This yearly issue is known as the “CeDEM issue”. It traditionally presents some of the best papers from the Conference for eDemocracy and Open Government (CeDEM) held earlier on in the year, and also includes the best papers from the sister conference CeDEM Asia 2016 held in Daegu, Republic of Korea.
This time, JeDEM focuses on “Open Government and the Open Government Partnership (OGP)”. It contributes to the ongoing dialogue regarding the impact of the OGP on the way that openness is unfolding worldwide. This issue comprises one invited article, three research articles, and one reflection.
Open Access: You can access JeDEM free of charge, and also comment on the articles. We hope you enjoy this special issue of JeDEM and wish you a nice reading time, maybe during the holidays or afterwards.
SPECIAL ISSUE 1/2016: OPEN AND VISUAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION
Dimitris Gouscos, Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Athens
Thomas J. Lampoltshammer, Department for E-Governance and Administration, Danube University Krems
Michael Leitner, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University
In our current era, data-driven approaches influence all aspects of daily life. The fast and effective handling of these data is a crucial point of keeping our society working. Yet, the sheer amount of data being produced even at this very moment is often to big to be interpreted and understood in a correct and timely fashion. It is this complexity and criticality that renders the usability and accessibility of data and the inherent information even more important.
In this context, the special issue on Open and Visual Access to Information of the JeDEM Journal for eDemocracy invites submissions dedicated, but not limited to, the following topics: (more…)
We are pleased to announce a little pre x-mas present: The newest issue of our open access e-journal at JeDEM.org.
This issue comprises the best papers of the CeDEM 15 conference in May 2015 in Krems, Austria.
Included are the keynotes by Shauneen Furlong and Alon Peled held at the CeDEM15 Conference at Danube University Krems, research papers from CeDEM and a paper submitted to the JeDEM open submission system. The keynotes’ articles describe the challenges to transformational government and the linking (or “wazing”) of the world’s government data resources. The authors investigate transparency in open governments, the critical factors in the use and publication of open data, the motivation to share knowledge in public administrations using new media technologies, as well as cities’ commitment to open data.