Toward a New Model of (Inter)active Community
1. Auflage 2019,
264 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 159 mm x 248 mm, Gewicht: 582 g
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Today, various parameters actively influence e-Services’ success or failure: cultural aspects, organisational and privacy issues, bureaucracy and workflows, infrastructure and technology in general, user habits, literacy, capacity or merely interaction design. This includes having a significant population of citizens who are willing and able to adopt and use online services; as well as developing the managerial and technical capability to implement applications that meet citizens’ needs. This book helps readers understand the mutual dependencies involved; further, a selection of success stories and failures, duly commented on, enables readers to identify the right approach to innovation in areas that offer the opportunity to reach a wide audience with minimal effort.
With its balanced humanistic and technological approach, the book mainly targets public authorities, decision-makers, stakeholders, solution developers, and graduate students.
Weitere Infos & Material
1 e-Health: Background, today's Implementation and future trends.- 2 e-Learning: How Teaching and training methods changed in the Last Twenty Years.- 3 e-Culture: On Culture in the Digital Age.- 4 e-Journalism and Media.- Index.