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JILT 2003 (1) - LIACTES/IFIP Papers

JILT 2003 (1): LIACTES - Papers

LIACTES/IFIP Workshop on E-Government:
Legal, Technical and Pedagogical Aspects
Albarracin, Spain, 8-10 May 2003

List of Papers

These papers are linked to pdf files at the conference website.

E-government - Good Government - An Impossible Equation?
Ahti Saarenpaa, Faculty of Law, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland

Situation of e-Government in Lithuania and Principles of Teaching e-Government in Lithuania: Legal Perspectives
Mindaugas Civilka, Faculty of Law, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Integrating the Teaching of Process Models in the Law Curricula on the Example of the Austrian e-Law Project
Doris Liebwahl, Erich Schweighofer, Research Center for Computers and Law, University of Vienna, Austria

Social Cohesion Access and Interconnection to Electronic Communications Networks
Abdul Paliwala, School of Law, University of Warwick, UK

e-Government and Digital Preservation
Jos Dumortier, University of Leuven, Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information Technology (ICRI), Belgium

Confidentiality, Privacy and e-Government: Clarifying the Notion of 'Public Space'
Philip Leith, School of Law, Queen's University of Belfast, UK

Collisions Between Data Protection, Transparency and Efficiency. A Principles-Based Approach to the Teaching of e-Government
A Daniel Oliver-Lalana, Jose Felix Munoz, University of Zaragoza, Walqa Technological Park, Spain

E-learning Legal Content: A Project Conducted in Association with the Italian Ministry of Justice
Monica Palmirani, Michele Martoni, Sergio Niger, Research Centre for History of Law, Philosophy of Law and Sociology of Law and Computers Science and Law (CIRSFID), University of Bologna, Italy

Training Public Employees and the Process for Implementing e-Government in Spain
Jose Luis Bermejo, Faculty of Law, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Intelligent Agents and the Teaching of e-Government
Claudia Cevenini, Research Centre for History of Law, Philosophy of Law and Sociology of Law and Computers Science and Law (CIRSFID), University of Bologna, Italy

Demand to Get Stripped and Watch Carefully - Looking for a Way of Teaching e-Government
Dariusz Adamski, Center for Legal and Economic Issues of Electronic Communication, University of Wroclaw, Poland

Promoting Open Source Software in Public Administrations: A Necessary Work of Information and Training
Oliveier Glassey, Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP), Switzerland 14,30

Teaching e-Government and Knowledge Management
Peter Parycek, Richard Pircher, Centre for Telematics, Danube University, Krems, Austria

Training Telecommunication Engineers for e-Government Deployment. A View from the University
Luis Guijarro Coloma, Antonio Alabau Munoz, Department of Communications, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Online Learning Platforms and e-Government
Michael Sonntag, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria

e-Learning and e-Government - An Approach for Process-based Training and Learning in the Public Administration
Silke Palkovits, Jose Maria Lorente, Dimitris Karagiannis, BOC ITC GmbH Vienna, BOC Ibérica SA.Madrid, Spain, Department of Knowledge Engineering, University of Vienna, Austria

Public e-Services: Poland 18 % - EU 55 %. The State in the Face of Making Up for the Civilising Backwardness
Karol Dobrzeniecki, Nicholas Copernicus University, Faculty of Law and Administration, Torun, Poland

Teaching on e-Government: Aspects of Legal Environment
Rimantas Petrauskas, Minaugad Kiskis, Law University of Lithuania, Vilnius

E-Government: A New Architecture of Government and a New Challenge for Learning and Teaching Public Law
John Morison, School of Law, Queen's University of Belfast, UK