Interesting OECD study of eGovernment 2.0

28 Feb 2008 | 7:24 pm | Autor: Roc Fages

Filed under: e-Government

Just netsearching I’ve got to a recent OECD study about Web 2.0 and eGovernment: ‘Participative Web and User-Created Content: Web 2.0, Wikis and Social Networking’


In Development Gateway they say about it:
The Internet is becoming increasingly embedded in everyday life. Drawing on an expanding array of intelligent web services and applications, a growing number of people are creating, distributing and exploiting user-created content (UCC) and being part of the wider participative web. This study describes the rapid growth of UCC and its increasing role in worldwide communication, and draws out implications for policy. Questions addressed include: What is user-created content? What are its key drivers, its scope and different forms? What are the new value chains and business models? What are the extent and form of social, cultural and economic opportunities and impacts? What are the associated challenges? Is there a government role, and what form could it take?

Its about Web 2.0 concept, but I miss some succesfull examples of Web 2.0 usage in government experiences.

4 Comments for 'Interesting OECD study of eGovernment 2.0' »

    February 28, 2008 | 9:26 pm

    Too much to read and too busy to do it! But I will try to read this. Thanks.

    March 1, 2008 | 1:40 am

    Es n estudio de web 2.0 no de e-gov 2.0 no?

    March 3, 2008 | 10:14 am

    Morgana, you’re right. The post title is not correct. But, as you can see at the end of the text, I say that the trends and examples of the study could perfectly be used in eGovernment strategies.

    March 4, 2008 | 8:07 pm

    I m sorry…I wrote too fast….

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