E-Government

E-Government

This course examines the strategies, practices and technologies of electronic government. Governments worldwide are integrating computer-based technologies into the centerfold of public administrative reforms to digitize the delivery of services and the process of governing. E-government relies on IT to automate and transform the processes to serve citizens, businesses, governments, and other constituents. The course focuses on understanding models of delivering services through IT-enabled processes, open government, security issues, techonologies, and economic evaluation Lessons learned in the course can be applied to public organizations, non-profit organizations, and civil society.

Class Name E-Government
Host School The University of Illinois
Class Identifier LIS 490EGL
Credit Value 4 Credit Hours
Faculty Adrian Brown
Course Tool (Online) Moodle
Class Description This course examines the strategies, practices and technologies of electronic government. Governments worldwide are integrating computer-based technologies into the centerfold of public administrative reforms to digitize the delivery of services and the process of governing. E-government relies on IT to automate and transform the processes to serve citizens, businesses, governments, and other constituents. The course focuses on understanding models of delivering services through IT-enabled processes, open government, security issues, techonologies, and economic evaluation Lessons learned in the course can be applied to public organizations, non-profit organizations, and civil society.
Class Disclaimer Synchronous sessions use BLackboard Collaborate. For more information about the course, please e-mail Linda Smith (lcsmith@illinois.edu)
Delivery Synchronous
Start and End Date August 22nd, 2016 - December 7th, 2016
Start and End Time
(if synchronous)
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm United States - Central
Days of Week
(of class meetings, if synchronous)
Tuesday
Last Add Day August 1st, 2016
Residency Start and End Date No Residency