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21. 1st WeGov Workshop – results & feedback
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... toolbox and its implications for policy-makers and citizens alike, within the context of social media. An additional aim was to start a discussion on the functionality and to use this feedback for the ...
... have been developed within the project. A panel will present on the implications of this tool-kit for policy makers and citizens alike, within the context of social media. We would be delighted to ...
... present on the implications of this tool-kit for policy makers and citizens alike, within the context of social media. Round table as well as open discussions on use case applications that have been developed ...
... in third party events and social media news. On this occasion, WeGov is happy to announce its participation in three major events in the field, namely: ePart 2011 & EGOV 2011 in August this year, ICEGOV ...
... Hypertext, Hypermedia and the Web (SIGWEB). WeGov presented the paper ATT: Analyzing Temporal Dynamics of Topics and Authors in Social Media a research work that was supported in the framework of activities ...
... Ideas: Global and Social Media for Social Expression, on Saturday, 25th June, 2011. The Gov2u presentation will handle the theme: The Challenges of using New Media and Social Media as Information Tools; ...
... the Deutscher Bundestag (German Parliament) which represented all different parties of the current Bundestag. Also attending was Julius van de Laar a digital media strategist and communications expert, ...
28. Announcing the WeGov project Newsletter!
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... latest and upcoming events. The main objective of the newsletter is to communicate valuable information and resources to its readers via the announcement of news and events from the social media world ...
... the key added value is that where users were not traditionally clear as to weather health service providers are considering their opinions, the WeGov service would provide immediacy and transparency. Where ...
... take place in existing social networking communities. In particular, engagement between policy makers and citizens will be mediated via tools that will: make it possible to detect, track and ...
... the tools used -both brands and type. We're interested in the kind of involvement supported -individual or collaborative, opinions or experiences, text or media? We're interested in the policy-making ...
GESIS WeGov Consortium partner presented WeGov in PolitCamp 2010, on 20th and 21st of March 2010 in Berlin, Germany. The presentation took place under the theme "Administration meets social media. Best ...
33. Promotional Material
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... project, the WeGov technological solution and the project results as well as transfer knowledge. At the same time, in order to enhance the presence of the project in the social media world as well as ...
34. Relevant Info
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In this section we feature official documents from the EU and other publications related to the fields of e-democracy, e-government, civic participation, social media and eSociety as well as a list of ...
35. Consortium
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... with an experience in web-based systems, knowledge management, business processes, security, multimedia, and service-oriented systems. UoS - Institute for Law and the Web at Southampton (ILAWS) The ...
36. Publications
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... on Intelligent Systems and Technology (ACM TIST) – Journal Sizov, Sergej: Latent Spatial Semantics of Social Media. ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (ACM TIST), 2011, to appear. ...
37. Newsletters
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... of the newsletter is to communicate valuable information and resources to its readers  via the announcement of news and events from the social media world as well as pertinent publications. We invite ...
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