29 - November 4
following articles located in your reading pack and use them in
this week's discussion.
websites attract few visitors
Viking streak always wins: it's more efficient
Transform government - but get it to join up first
long and winding road to taxing your car online
spending spree too far?
E-democracy: tied up in red tape
E-services without limits
Good things come in small packages
How e-government can work for everyone
rewarded at e-gov 'oscars'
websites in wide, open spaces
Warrington seizes golden opportunity
many of the sources that have been used for readings such as newspapers
and magazines no longer keep their links active. For this reason,
under Fair Use guidelines, you have been given a reading pack.
You are not allowed to distribute the readings in any form.
Dainty - ICT Training Officer at Newcastle-under-Lyme
Borough Council, a local authority with around 400 computer
users of varying ability from super-user
to where's-the-ANY-key? novices. She is responsible for design
and delivery of
instructor-led courses and e-learning for staff and councillors.
I've been in
IT since output looked like motheaten bus-ticket and screen
display came in lightbulbs. Thoroughly enjoying the e-revolution.
local council's website. This can be the council from where you
are currently living or the web site where you consider home. Locate
information concerning trash service and recycling information.
Was it easy to find?
you think that having a doctor or nurse available for online consultation
will promote better health care or will it encourage people not
to visit their doctor on a regular basis?
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