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Interdisciplinary analysis of digital government work

Hans J (Jochen) Scholl, Jens-Erik Mai, Raya Fidel
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 national conference on Digital government research - dg.o '06  
This bird-of-a-feather session attempts to break interdisciplinary ground in the context of work content, workflow, and work context analysis in Digital Government.  ...  The authors argue that using and connecting multiple theories and disciplines might yield more robust results and deeper understanding of the Digital Government evolution than strictly disciplinary research  ...  Exemplars of interdisciplinary digital government research designs have not yet surfaced.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1146598.1146757 dblp:conf/dgo/SchollMF06 fatcat:t6o4for6jzfjhi667k6kduajae

Synthetic Method in Interdisciplinary Terminological Landscape Research of Digital Economy

Olga Kononova, Dmitriy Prokudin, S. Cindori, O. Larouk, E.Yu. Malushko, L.N. Rebrina, N.L. Shamne
2018 SHS Web of Conferences  
"Digital Economy: e-governance and smart technology".  ...  The science in the digital age focuses on interdisciplinary research as the main driver of the development.  ...  The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project "The integrated approach elaboration to the analysis of the terminological base of the developing interdisciplinary research in distributed  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20185001082 fatcat:djoxv6o23zfl7kxklbm2p2vera

Building and Sustaining a Transnational and Interdisciplinary Research Group: Lessons Learned from a North American Experience

Jing Zhang, Luis F Luna-Reyes, Manabu Nakashima, J Ramon Gil-Garcia, Djoko Sigit Sayogo, Sehl Mellouli
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This paper examines the process of formation and development of a transnational and interdisciplinary research group, structure creation for collaboration, and agenda development for research programs.  ...  It uses network analysis results to demonstrate the evolution of the network, and describes the process as four stage development, from initiation, reaching agreement, advancing research to sustaining  ...  The uniqueness of this working group and its context require that readers apply caution in extending the findings to all other interdisciplinary research collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.89 dblp:conf/hicss/ZhangLNGSM11 fatcat:qqo4a4vnxrhdld4arviemoknry

THE TURN TO TRADE AGREEMENTS IN GLOBAL PLATFORM GOVERNANCE

Julia Pohle, Robert Gorwa, Hailey Miller
2020 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
Presenting the first results of an interdisciplinary project bringing together digital communication scholars, internet governance researchers, and international relations academics to look at the nexus  ...  for a deeper analysis of key actor strategies.  ...  Understanding how the movement of data between states relates to key digital governance issues will provide a starting point for a deeper analysis of key actor strategies.  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2020i0.11305 fatcat:vpotzvledzfrpjvmghzyiuj64m

Characteristics of Digital Mass Media Officer in Media Convergent Age

Chantana Papattha, Prachyanun Nilsook, Namon Jeerungsuwan
2015 International Journal of Modeling and Optimization  
The research results revealed that there were 14 elements of digital mass media officers' characteristic including interdisciplinary knowledge, keenness, communication skills, systematic thinking, creative  ...  The attribute elements comprise of four essential included keenness, flexibility in working, public consciousness and responsibility, and integration and application to work.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors were grateful for the financial support of the Faculty of Mass Communication Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon, Thailand.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijmo.2015.v5.481 fatcat:tet74aeljnc4rlkwlnlm42wcr4

Editorial

Katerina Talianni, Eleni Ira Panourgia, Jack Walker, Roxana Karam
2018 Airea Arts and Interdisciplinary Research  
Education, School of Informatics, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics and School of Geosciences), the University of Warwick (Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies), the University of Newcastle (School  ...  The plethora and availability of digital tools and practices have transformed the ways art is created, perceived and disseminated.  ...  The theme of data analysis involves aspects of "digital urbanism" and investigates how digital arts form part of the political dynamics of urban space and contribute in digital placemaking.  ... 
doi:10.2218/airea.2748 fatcat:ilylqqj6kvavlgsnxxtrxrlnge

Interdisciplinary Community Based Learning to Enhance Competence of Digital Citizenship of Social Studies Pre-Service Teacher's in Thai Context: Pedagogical Approaches Perspective

Chainarong Jarupongputtana, Charin Mangkhang, Jarunee Dibyamandala, Monnapat Manokarn
2022 Journal of Curriculum and Teaching  
The objectives of this research were to 1) synthesize competency of digital citizenship and concepts of interdisciplinary community-based learning and 2) propose guidelines of interdisciplinary community-based  ...  The results of synthesizing competency of digital citizenship and concepts of interdisciplinary community-based learning revealed that digital competencies which led to digital citizenship were as follows  ...  Data Collection (1) Study theories, concepts, and research works regarding the grounded theory (2) Design analysis of document content regarding the competency of digital citizenship and concepts of interdisciplinary  ... 
doi:10.5430/jct.v11n4p171 fatcat:6zsq2kdnhzdf3h7jvqksm6whbm

Interdisciplinary Perspectives/Part I: Economic Perspectives (Editorial Introduction)

Robert Kauffman
2005 Journal of the AIS  
SPECIAL ISSUE Kauffman/ Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the 'Digital Divide'  ...  basis in JAIS for ongoing interdisciplinary exploration and discussion of the leading digital divide issues and perspectives.  ...  The work is entitled "Across the Digital Divide: A Cross-Country Multi-Technology Analysis of the Determinants of IT Penetration," written by Sanjeev Dewan, Dale Ganley, and Ken Kraemer of the University  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00075 fatcat:hr2y3n2yxfcsheggonnwk2ocom

Linking GBADs to the OIE's 7th Strategic Plan and digital transformation strategy

M. STONE
2021 Bulletin de l OIE  
At the heart of OIE's digital strategy is developing our data management approach in all workstreams, and our data governance practices as an organisation, to ensure we are fit for purpose as the steward  ...  Interdisciplinary science, digital transformation, meeting Members needs, partnerships, and measuring performance: the GBADs programme is strongly linked to all five strategic objectives from the OIE's  ...  OIE's digital transformation within our work programmes A digital transformation is underway in the OIE.  ... 
doi:10.20506/bull.2021.1.3266 fatcat:3277gik75nhehobuewz73j3qbm

Linked Heritage: achievements and next steps

Antonella Fresa
2013 Archeomatica  
The activities are delivered through the work of 7 Work Packages, led by different partners, with the support of 4 European Thematic Working Groups as well as a number of Interdisciplinary National Working  ...  Linked Heritage: achievements and next steps Linked Heritage is a Best Practice Network which includes ministries, responsible government agencies, content providers and aggregators, leading research centres  ...  The activities are delivered through the work of 7 Work Packages, led by different partners, with the support of 4 European Thematic Working Groups as well as a number of Interdisciplinary National Working  ... 
doaj:b8d1ea44adbe48bc851a933eb95fbfe6 fatcat:yswm3qs6jfgkvp7br52xq3zj7e

Digitisation and Materiality

Victoria Mills, Heather Tilley
2008 19 : Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century  
Participants in the forum were asked to consider the following questions in relation to their work on nineteenth-century digitisation projects. We are keen to encourage ongoing debate in this area.  ...  Can we begin to articulate a materialist analysis of digital objects or can we only ever articulate them through the textual? III Politics and Access 1.  ...  Recent work (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.16995/ntn.475 fatcat:vlhow5wtizbsvo3gc6hfkowbly

Using Digital Footprints in Social Research: an Interdisciplinary Approach

Nina OLINDER, Alexey TSVETKOV, Konstantin FEDYAKIN, Kristina ZABURDAEVA
2020 Imastut'yun  
The subject of this work is the analysis of the concepts of "digital footprint", "digital reputation", "digital image of a person".  ...  The aim of the study is to clarify the concept of the digital footprint in jurisprudence and social sciences and determine its meaning for interdisciplinary research.  ...  The analysis of the ways of using digital footprints in interdisciplinary research is carried out.  ... 
doi:10.24234/wisdom.v16i3.403 fatcat:dbpuyybdtneujhwaw2jgb2q6p4

The use of digital tools in interdisciplinary projects of students' personal and professional self-development

Hanna Ivaniuk, Lesia Kuzemko, Olena Venhlovska, Yaroslav Vovchok, Yevhen Antypin
2022 Revista Amazonía investiga  
Groups of digital tools that should be used at each stage of the interdisciplinary project is specified and characterized.  ...  The purpose of the study - to prove the effectiveness of using digital tools in interdisciplinary projects of students' personal and professional self-development.  ...  In order to study the effective use of digital tools in interdisciplinary projects, a comparative analysis of personal and professional development of first-year students of the Pedagogical Institute,  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2022.54.06.10 fatcat:d5uue5xswzczrgifgomiskuq6u

Interdisciplinary Informatics to Support Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance of Respiratory Infectious Disease Including COVID-19: Donabedian Evaluation [chapter]

Carole Aspden, Sneha Anand, Filipa Ferreira, Gavin Jamie, Rachel Byford, Mark Joy, Simon De Lusignan
2022 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
Interdisciplinary informatics teamwork was required to support primary care sentinel surveillance; such teams can accelerate the scale, scope and digital maturity of surveillance systems as demonstrated  ...  patients have nearly quadrupled the size of the RSC from working with 5 million to 19 million peoples pseudonymised health data.  ...  Interdisciplinary informatics is a collaborative, team working process that integrates expertise from multiple disciplines (strictly two or more disciplines) to achieve goals beyond the scope of any of  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti220923 pmid:36073472 fatcat:tfkqhdy6qrcepm4dcypbo4umpm

A systematic review of law & technology master programs in selected European Union universities (pilot research report)
Sisteminė teisės ir technologijų magistrantūros programų, siūlomų pasirinktuose Europos Sąjungos (ES) universitetuose, apžvalga (pilotinis tyrimas)

Paulius Astromskis
2019 Law Review  
This analysis exposed the frequency of subject appearance in the sample of programs, followed by the choice of 16 most frequent subjects using the rule of thumb for a hypothetical Law & Tech master program  ...  Moreover, this analysis revealed the need of inquiry into (i) the alternative practices of technology related skills infusion into the law curriculum; and (ii) variables that impact the choices of Law  ...  government play in digital society?  ... 
doi:10.7220/2029-4239.19.7 fatcat:vwp7y7y32za5ddzqfiqmmmumei
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