Tag Archives: inclusion

Local government and social networking

Dan Slee has just posted a great summary with tons of example of the opportunities that intelligent use of Facebook can open up for local government. I’ve had a couple of thoughts in response (a bit much for a comment, … Continue reading

Posted in e-government, UK | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

City portals: How e-government evolves into e-participation

As part of the Smart Cities Project I have been working with Mark Deakin on a report to provide a context the development of e-government portals by cities. Basically it provides a simple four-phase model to describe their customisation of … Continue reading

Posted in e-government, e-participation, Europe, Methodologies | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Link: e-inclusion and communities

A couple of links to English organisations, which show how far the thinking there is going compared to much of the rest of Europe. UK Online’s research page is particularly useful, with report like: Does the internet improve lives? This … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Links, e-government, e-participation, Europe, UK | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Reflecting on NDI09: 6 themes and 3 that got away

I was on holiday last week so I’m a bit late in the day with the blogging about this year’s National Digital Inclusion Conference. Even so, I thought I’d still record my thoughts, starting by saying that I found the … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Daily Links, e-participation, UK | Tagged , , , , , | 8 Comments

Link: Digital Inclusion Conference 2009 – London

The National Digital Inclusion Conference 2009 Fourth annual event bringing together over 300 experts, decision-makers and practitioners to network, debate digital inclusion policy and practice and shape the agenda for action that delivers ’empowerment through technology’. With the appointment of … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Daily Links, e-participation, egovernment, UK | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment