Vorlesung + Übung: Digital Government Management - Details
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Lehrveranstaltung wird als Hybrid/gemischt abgehalten.

General information

Course name Vorlesung + Übung: Digital Government Management
Semester SS 2024
Current number of participants 64
Home institute Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit – Betriebswirtschaftslehre mit Schwerpunkt Information Systems und Management
Courses type Vorlesung + Übung in category Teaching
Next date Monday, 27.05.2024 12:15 - 13:45, Room: (Online via Zoom)
Pre-requisites Language: English
Learning organisation Contact person: Adeline Frenzel-Piasentin (adeline.frenzel@uni-a.de)

OPTIONAL EXERCISE: A registration via Digicampus (see participants > groups) is necessary to participate in the optional exercise session, where students discuss and present questions about the lecture's content. Please refer to the Course Introduction (Session 00) to find the dates for registration.

More information will be given in the first lecture.
Performance record Written exam
Online/Digitale Veranstaltung Veranstaltung wird als Hybrid/gemischt abgehalten.
Hauptunterrichtssprache englisch
Literaturhinweise Literature:
Bishop, P., Kane, J., and Patapan, H. 2002. “The Theory and Practice of E-Democracy: Agency, Trusteeship and Participation on The Web,” International Review of Public Administration (7:2), pp. 21–31.
Norris, P. 2001. Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty, and the Internet Worldwide, Cambridge University Press.
West, D. M. 2005. Digital Government: Technology and Public Sector Performance, Princeton University Press.
Weitere Journal- und Konferenzpaper werden in den Vorlesungsunterlagen referenziert.
Miscellanea Upon the successful completion of this module, students understand the implications of the internet for government and society. They are able to discuss the purposeful use of information and communication technology to reinvent the relationship between government and society by making governments more responsive, accessible, transparent, responsible, participatory, efficient, and effective than before. Students are aware of the technical, organizational, legal, and societal challenges of moving public services online and can describe possible strategies and countermeasures. They are also able to discuss the concept and opportunities of digital democracy and are aware of current issues such as digital participation and open data. Finally, students develop group work and presentation skills by addressing a specific problem in Digital Government Management in a group case study.

Rooms and times

(K 1003)
Tuesday: 10:00 - 11:30, weekly (12x)
(J 1101/1102)
Tuesday: 17:30 - 19:00, weekly (9x)
(Online via Zoom)
Monday, 27.05.2024 12:15 - 13:45

Module assignments


• Introduction to digital government
• Impact of digital government (1)
• Impact of gigital government (2)
• Digital divide
• Legal aspects
• Online one-stop government
• Interoperability
• Open government
• Public e-procurement
• E-voting
• E-participation and e-democracy
• Guest lecture
• Revision

Registration mode

After enrolment, participants will manually be selected.

Potential participants are given additional information before enroling to the course.