During the first part of the course the objective of the lectures is to establish a methodological and theoretical overview of the topic to be used a s a foundation for the associated exercises, to help understand how these methods and theories can by applied in practice
During the second part of the course the lectures will be supplemented with a few guest speakers - (Erik Bonnerup, to discuss 'Why Public IT-investment fails', Lars Frelle Petersen, director for the Danish department for Digitalisation, Ministry of Finance, Claus Nielsen, Delta on welfare technology, Chris Mora Jensen on public tendering - depending on availability.)
These guest lecturers are performed by key players in the Danish eGovernment arena.
The exercises will include analysis of eGovernment applications, stakeholder analysis, evaluation of impact and issues of current and planned strategies as well as exercises to discus and define relevant use of social networks, identity management, eVoting pros and cons etc.
The course are primarily developed to meet the need of students that either plan to make a career within the public sector or a job as a developer or consultant with a focus on the Public sector as a market/customer.
Miniprojekt: Udarbejd forslag til implementering af et tænkt eGovernmentprojekt
- 10-15 mulige cases 1 elev - Max 20 sider excl. bilag, 2 elever Max 40 sider excl. bilag
Bedømmelsen foretages på grundlag af de studerendes evne til at opfylde
målsætningen for kurset som anført.
Mundtlig eksamens varighed er 30 minutter per eksaminand.