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  1. 1. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces J. Francisco Álvarez National Distance University (UNED) Madrid-Spain jalvarez@fsof.uned.es Twitter: @alvarezuned Google Scholar Citations http://goo.gl/hj8rc The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  2. 2. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces Digital All Higher EducationTechnologies activities ?Innovative powers of New citizens Information practices Technology The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  3. 3. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesElectronic Government and Governance in the SpanishUniversity System. Report to the Spanish Ministry ofEducation. September 2011.Álvarez Álvarez, J.F., Álvarez Álvarez, L., Domínguez Figaredo, D., KiczkowskiYankelevich, A. (2011).http://138.4.83.162/mec/ayudas/repositorio/20110930235620GEGOSUE_Final.pdf“Social Networks and University Spaces. Knowledgeand Open Innovation in the Ibero-AmericanKnowledge Space.” RUSC, V. 9, 1. January 2012. pp.245-257.Álvarez Álvarez, J.F., Domínguez Figaredo, D.http://goo.gl/C36N9 The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  4. 4. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces Role of the ICT Technology-driven (internalist) IT-assisted governance Functional-managerial (externalist) Aligning the use of ICT with the aims of institutions. Getting support from a sound management of the ICT to achieve greater efficiency in the Sistem as a whole. E-administration as an opportunity to integrate The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  5. 5. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces Towards e-participation The ancient walls of educational system are trembling OpennessThe Battle of Jericho Networked The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  6. 6. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesNew trends for a new era The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  7. 7. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesNew trends for a new eraMMI MIT Harvad MOOC http://www.udacity.com/ The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  8. 8. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces2012. Princeton University Press 2012. The MIT Press. The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  9. 9. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesE-governance is not the result of internalexpansive development of ICT within institutions The expansion of e-government does not just come about from the presence and strength of ICT in each university but it is to a greater extent due to a demand for social and technological change as a result of the expansion and all-pervasiveness of ICT in digital networked society The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  10. 10. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces From e-government to information governmentAs governments use Information government is notinformation technologies another stage of electronicmore pervasively, leaders are government – rather, it is abecoming less comfortable in conceptual lens that offers asimply delegating technology- complementary perspective torelated issues to technology understand the changingmanagers nature of government and its(Pornchai: 2007) relationship to the citizenry” (Mayer-Schönberger y Lazer: 2007) The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  11. 11. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesE-participationMyUniversity will create an advanced e-Participation platformthat offers several different interactive tools based on Web2.0technology, allowing university members and stakeholders toeasily participate in the policy-making process of the highereducation area. The platform will also leverage the successof social networks such as Facebook, by advertising itscontent on them in order to “hook” new users.http://www.myuniversity-project.eu The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  12. 12. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesThe New Social Operating System The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  13. 13. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesNew Socio-technical Framework New Topology of Educational agents Openness Networked (individualism) Interaction New topology Spaces/individuals/ Connectivism Institutions MOOC (Massive Open On-line Networked Course) Open Educational Resources (OER). Accreditations (e-badges) The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  14. 14. Social Networks and E-Governance in University SpacesNew trends for a new eraSvenska TwitteruniversitetetThe Swedish Twitter Universityhttps://twitter.com/svtwuniEva Kassens-Noor, “Twitter as a teaching practice to enhanceactive and informal learning in higher education. The case ofsustainable tweets”, Journal of Active Learning in HigherEducation, 13-1, March 2012, pp. 9-21. The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012
  15. 15. Social Networks and E-Governance in University Spaces THANKS  The Co-Production of Knowledge 18-20 July 2012

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