July 2, 2008
Webcast of Symposium on Online Consultation and Public Policy Making
The archived webcast of the March 14, 2008 Symposium on Online Consultation and Public Policy Making: Democracy, Identity, and New Media can be viewed here. The Symposium, sponsored by I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, featured the following presentations:
- Andrew Chadwick, "Web 2.0: New Challenges for E-Democracy"
- Patrizia Bertini, "On the Internet, Nobody Knows You Are Citizen Kane: Identity, Anonymity and Pseudonymity of E-Citizenship"
- Laurence Monnoyer-Smith, "Technology and Inclusion: Framing Online Public Debate to Enlarge Participation,"
- Oren Perez, "Complexity, Information Overload and Online Deliberation"
- Tim Erickson, "Building Democracy Through Local Issues Forums"
- Steven Balla, "The Diffusion of E-Government Innovations Across U.S. Municipalities,"
- Sungsoo Hwang, "Advancing E-Governance at the Community Level with the Neighborhood Information System"
- Kerrie Oakes, "The Impact of E-Democracy on the Role of the Civil Servant"
- Alicia Schatteman, "Democracy and EParticipation: A Case Study of Ontario's Assembly on Electoral Reform"
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