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- Local Government Communities of Practice strategy wins award – the IDeA Knowledge Management team who have been instrumental in getting Communities of Practice firmly established across the local government sector as means to encouraging more effective learning and sharing, which will in turn drive the development of good/next practice for service improvement. And not forgetting the many CoP Facilitator’s who do such a good job in maintaining the energy for their CoPs and providing inspiration for their members
- European Parliament Digital Trends – Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) recognize that EU citizens go online and that they therefore need a web presence. However, the majority of MEPs do not currently take full advantage of social media tools as a means to engage with voters and drive them to their websites.
- Cinco formas de activismo en Twitter – "The DigiActive Guide to Twitter for Activism" (PDF), en el que el autor nos habla de una nueva manera de ciberactivismo social a través de una herramienta surgida entre 2007 y 2008, Twitter. Para Jungherr hay cinco maneras de usarlo para el ciberactivismo político, y las enumera, con ejemplos de su uso y de su impacto en la realidad.
- For a Technology Bill of Rights – “Paul Venezia argues in favor of the creation of a Technology Bill of Rights to protect individuals against malfeasance, tyranny, and exploitation in an increasingly technological age. Venezia’s initial six proposed articles center on anonymity rights, net neutrality, the open-sourcing of law enforcement software and hardware, and the like.”
- Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web – This document is an attempt to describe, but not yet solve, the variety of issues and challenges faced by governments in their efforts to apply 21st century capabilities to eGovernment initiatives. Detail and useful examples of existing, applicable open Web standards are provided.