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Summary
Executive summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Te potential for new information
1.3 Te most important services of the future
1.4 Difcult public-sector portals
1.5 Citizens help citizens
1.6 Growing demands for openness and efciency
1.7 Te digital information leap
2. Te aims, methods and structure of this report
2.1 Aims
2.3 Structure
3. What is user-generated content?
3.1 Diferent types of user-generated content (UGC)
3.2 Platforms for user-generated content
4.1 Norwegian social networking sites
4.2 Trends in social networking sites
4.3 Summary and signifcance for public-sector ICT policy
5. Te Internet culture of participation and democracy
5.1 Models of democracy
5.2 Te culture of participation and digital divides
5.3 Summary
6.1 Methods
6.2 Results
6.3 Summary of new empirical data
7. Survey of international trends
7.1 Te use of social media by well-known politicians
7.4 Citizen journalism
7.5 Central reports on eGov and web 2.0
7.6 Summary of international trends
8. Te authorities and access to data
9. Dimensions of confict – potential and challenges
10. Ideas and perspectives
10.1 WikiNorge.no
10.2 Openness and reusable data
10.3 Pilot programmes
10.4 Te beta culture
10.5 Experimenting and taking chances
10.6 Sharing public-sector information on all channels
10.7 Politicians on social networking sites
11. Conclusions
12. Acknowledgement
13. References
14. Appendix
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eCitizen20_The Ordinary Citizen as a Supplier of Public-sector Information

eCitizen20_The Ordinary Citizen as a Supplier of Public-sector Information

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Published by Erik Jonker
Translation in english from a norwegian report,
http://www.regjeringen.no/upload/FAD/Vedlegg/IKT-politikk/eCitizen20.pdf,
(tom watson, thanks for the tip on twitter)
Translation in english from a norwegian report,
http://www.regjeringen.no/upload/FAD/Vedlegg/IKT-politikk/eCitizen20.pdf,
(tom watson, thanks for the tip on twitter)

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Published by: Erik Jonker on Dec 06, 2008
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