Agenda#1 Summary#2 Documentation & Figures#3 Call4Papers#4 Programme#5 Thanks to#6 Media Coverage#7 Great Errors in human ...
#1 Summary
“Wisely Crowdsourcing”
Terminology Confusion(e)-Democracy?Open GovernmentDeliberation?Beyond Habermasian ;-)Feedbackloop …
Who invented eDemocracy?
History Repeating
Feedbackloop ;-)
We built it and they didn’t come."What happens after mobilisation?”homophily, fragmentation, following the herd, network g...
There is a lightat the end of the tunnel?We challenge the Government!Open Data is on the way!Bottom Up Movements are quit ...
Forgettraditionaltop downeparticipation!
1# We have to rethink GovernmentWhat would Max Weber do?2# Open X projects are Trojan horses
What would Max Weber do?
#2 Documentation& Figures
#cedem12http://www.slideshare.net/dgpazegovzpi/presentationshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/digitalgovernment.wo...
Participants89
http://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/Who the ### is Gustav?
Figures: Submissions
Figures: Accepted Papers
Figures: Acception Rate%
Figures: Participants~23?countries
#3 Call4Papers
Best Papers CeDEM2013
May 2014, Krems
Autumn 2014, Hong Kong
#4 Programme
PhD ColloquiumIn cooperation with• Liquid Democracy-Norm, Code and Developers of Democracy beyond RepresentationAnja Adler...
Open Space (Michael Sachs)• 9:15-9:35, Organizing the focus sessions• 9:45-12:20, Networking, chatting, coffee & pastries•...
#5 Thanks to
Thanks to our Partners
Track Chairs,Programme CommitteeAuthors, Reviewersour
Thanks to theE-GovernanceTeam!
#6 Media Coverage
Media Coverage ö1
#7 Great Errorsin human history
The Medium is the Massage (1967)The Medium is the Massageand notThe Medium is the Message? typesetter’s mistake 
Locatetypesetter’serror ;-)
False pressing is worthwhile 
Total analog and total engaging!
Second Edition is on the way
Good Bye!Noella, Gerlinde, Peter
See you at the21.- 23. May 2014, Krems
BUTonemore social event
Cheese & Wine
Good Bye!
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Closing CeDem13

  1. 1. Agenda#1 Summary#2 Documentation & Figures#3 Call4Papers#4 Programme#5 Thanks to#6 Media Coverage#7 Great Errors in human history
  2. 2. #1 Summary
  3. 3. “Wisely Crowdsourcing”
  4. 4. Terminology Confusion(e)-Democracy?Open GovernmentDeliberation?Beyond Habermasian ;-)Feedbackloop …
  5. 5. Who invented eDemocracy?
  6. 6. History Repeating
  7. 7. Feedbackloop ;-)
  8. 8. We built it and they didn’t come."What happens after mobilisation?”homophily, fragmentation, following the herd, network gatekeepingParticipation is lowGovernment is unable to deal with social issuesPeople dont trust government
  9. 9. There is a lightat the end of the tunnel?We challenge the Government!Open Data is on the way!Bottom Up Movements are quit successful
  10. 10. Forgettraditionaltop downeparticipation!
  11. 11. 1# We have to rethink GovernmentWhat would Max Weber do?2# Open X projects are Trojan horses
  12. 12. What would Max Weber do?
  13. 13. #2 Documentation& Figures
  14. 14. #cedem12http://www.slideshare.net/dgpazegovzpi/presentationshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/digitalgovernment.wordpress.com/
  15. 15. Participants89
  16. 16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/Who the ### is Gustav?
  17. 17. Figures: Submissions
  18. 18. Figures: Accepted Papers
  19. 19. Figures: Acception Rate%
  20. 20. Figures: Participants~23?countries
  21. 21. #3 Call4Papers
  22. 22. Best Papers CeDEM2013
  23. 23. May 2014, Krems
  24. 24. Autumn 2014, Hong Kong
  25. 25. #4 Programme
  26. 26. PhD ColloquiumIn cooperation with• Liquid Democracy-Norm, Code and Developers of Democracy beyond RepresentationAnja Adler• Exploring E-Voting for ParticipationVasilis Vlachokyriakos• The Limits of Political Participation and Electronic PlatformsJorge Francisco Aguirre-Sala• Crowdsourcing for Social Change in the Global South: Challenges and PossibilitiesBuddhadeb Halder• Politische Kommunikation bei Whlkämpfen zum Europäischen Parlament – Vergleich nationaler Wahlkämpfe in Österreichmit dem Wahlkampf zum Europäischen ParlamentGerda Füricht-Fiegl• Die Bedeutung von Vorsitzenden in der Internen Kommunikation innerhalb Mitglieder-Parteien im deutschen SprachraumRosemarie Nowak
  27. 27. Open Space (Michael Sachs)• 9:15-9:35, Organizing the focus sessions• 9:45-12:20, Networking, chatting, coffee & pastries• 12:20-12:30, Feedback and closing
  28. 28. #5 Thanks to
  29. 29. Thanks to our Partners
  30. 30. Track Chairs,Programme CommitteeAuthors, Reviewersour
  31. 31. Thanks to theE-GovernanceTeam!
  32. 32. #6 Media Coverage
  33. 33. Media Coverage ö1
  34. 34. #7 Great Errorsin human history
  35. 35. The Medium is the Massage (1967)The Medium is the Massageand notThe Medium is the Message? typesetter’s mistake 
  36. 36. Locatetypesetter’serror ;-)
  37. 37. False pressing is worthwhile 
  38. 38. Total analog and total engaging!
  39. 39. Second Edition is on the way
  40. 40. Good Bye!Noella, Gerlinde, Peter
  41. 41. See you at the21.- 23. May 2014, Krems
  42. 42. BUTonemore social event
  43. 43. Cheese & Wine
  44. 44. Good Bye!
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