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Keynotes The Internet, Science, and Transformations of Knowledge Ralph Schröder, Oxford Internet Institute, UK Who opens governments? The co-existence (or competition) of top down versus bottom up strategies Anke Domscheit-Berg, OpenGov.me, DE Evolving Technologies and the Human Dimension of Attempts to Increase Civic Competence Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, US
Workshops Open Access and Preservation in eGovernment Ross King Open Linked Government Data for Citizen Engagement Anneke Zuiderwijk, Marijn Janssen, Keith Jeffery, Yannis Charalabidis Open Government Data Johann Höchtl, Carl-Markus Piswanger FUPOL - E-Policy Making Peter Sonntagbauer
Tracks Track: E-participation Julia Glidden (21c Consultancy, UK) Francesco Molinari (Parterre project, I) Norbert Kersting (Stellenboch Universtity, ZA) Track: Open Data & Open Access Johann Höchtl (Danube University Krems, AT) Jörn von Lucke (Zeppelin University, DE) Track: Government 2.0 Reinhard Riedl (University of Zurich, CH) Philipp Müller (University of Salzburg, Business School, AT) Track: Bottom-Up Movements Axel Bruns (ARC Centre for Creative Industries and Innovation, AU) Elin Wihlborg (Linkoping University, SE) Track: E-Politics and E-Campaigning Ralf Lindner (Fraunhofer ISI, DE) Andy Williamson (Hansard Society, UK) Track: Social Media and Networks for Public Administration Sylvia Archmann (EIPA, NL) Peter Mambrey (Universität Duisburg-Essen, DE) Rebecca Schild (University of Toronto at Scarborough, CA)
Fair Usein this building!
Overview In this area you need access codes, but WiFi is fast We are here: WiFi open but slow ;-)