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  • Submissions 52 Accepted peer-reviewd paper published: 23 Acceptance rate ca. 44 %   384 Pages + eBook + eJournal Mehr als 100 Anmeldungen (teilnehmer)   19,25 Stunden Vorträge und Workshops   Anmeldungen aus 35 Ländern  
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  • Thank to our sponsors: The Austrian Federal Computing Centre, they are our most loyal partner - without their generous contribution this conference couldn’t take place. AIT
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  • The Internet, Science, and Transformations of Knowledge
  • It`s a great honour to introduce Ralph Schröder from the University of Oxford. He is Programme Director, Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute – the worldwide leading Institution in Internet Research. He is currently working on shared virtual environments and on the social implications of e-science. More than 100 peer reviewed papers, with high citation impact  (h-Index: 17, Times cited: 1309 ) When I read that he completed his PhD about the Max Weber. Most of you know Max Weber, he is a famous German sociologist, philosopher and political economist. And our public administration is based on Max Weber concepts, to the present.. Today we have the tension between the perfectly hierarchical organized Max Weber organizations and the new bottom up many 2 many networked based organizations forms. And one of our Guest Professors, Arthur Winter, asked which kind of concepts would Max Weber design for public administration today? And this leads me to the Keynote issue. When we invited Ralph Schröder, he said thanks but where is the link to edemocracy. Technology transforms all sectors and we can learn from the experiences. So he will talk about eResearch and how eresearch has transformed knowledge. The aim of this talk will be to analyse the emergence and consequences of e-Research and related changes - for scholarship, and for how we understand the world around us. Ralph thanks for coming – it‘s your floor.
  • Opening CeDEM12

    1. 1. Welcome! Noella, Michael, Peter
    2. 2. 1) Program
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. 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
    5. 5. 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)
    6. 6. 2) Organization
    7. 7. Fair Usein this building!
    8. 8. Overview In this area you need access codes, but WiFi is fast  We are here: WiFi open but slow ;-)
    9. 9. #cedem12www.slideshare.net/event/cedem12group: cedem12digitalgovernment.wordpress.com/
    10. 10. PC & Co-Chair meetingToday17:45 18:30 PC & Co-Chair MeetingIf you want to support CeDEM13, come to the meeting: We are open for new ideas & tracks ;-)
    11. 11. Conference Dinner (Please register)  Today  19:30  Steigenberger Hotel
    12. 12. Hotel Steigenberger,Am Goldberg 2, 3500 Krems/
    13. 13. http://www.donaufestival.at/
    14. 14. 3) CeDEM12 Figures
    15. 15. Figures: Submissions 40
    16. 16. Figures: Accepted 20
    17. 17. Figures: Acception Rate 50%
    18. 18. Figures: Participants ~80
    19. 19. Figures: Participants ~23 countries
    20. 20. Figures: Duration19,25 h talks & workshops
    21. 21. 4) Publications
    22. 22. Proceedings: Offline & Online CeDEM 11 More than 12.000 Views: •Slideshare: 6,247 •DUK Website: 5,500 •Scribd: 1,127 •ePractice: 350 •Google Books
    23. 23. Best Paper 2011 & 2012will be published in Winter 2012: http://www.jedem.org/ Listed: •EBSCO •DOAJ •Google Scholar
    24. 24. Call for Papers: Special Issue:Digital Citizenship and Activism (JeDEM Vol. 4/1) •Submission deadline 11. June 2012
    25. 25. Important Dates•Submission deadline: 15 July 2012•Conference dates: 14-15 November 2012•Conference location: Singapore
    26. 26. Conference dates: 23/24 May 2013Location: Krems
    27. 27. 5) Thanks to
    28. 28. our Sponsors
    29. 29. our CoChairsReviewers & Authors
    30. 30. the organization team & Gerlinde & Nicole!
    31. 31. special thanks to ... Michael!
    32. 32. We wish you an inspiring …
    33. 33. KeynoteThe Internet, Science, and Transformations of Knowledge Ralph Schröder, Oxford Internet Institute, UK
    34. 34. Opening & Facts!

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