ΑΞΙΟΛΟΓΗΤΈΣ ΜΕ ΓΝΩΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗΣ ΓΛΩΣΣΑΣ ΑΝΑΖΗΤΟΥΝΤΑΙ ΑΠΟ ΤΟ E-GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE AT THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEWARK
The E-Governance Institute at the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University-Newark, is seeking for Greek speaking evaluators to evaluate the Nicosia city website for the Seventh Global E-Governance Survey. This study is conducted every two years. It represents a continued effort to evaluate digital governance in large municipalities throughout the world. The survey produces comparative analyses of e-governance and contributes to e-governance academic literature. It covers the top 100 "most wired" cities in the world.
The evaluation takes approximately 2-3 hours. Evaluators will have the opportunity to learn about e-governance and related issues such as e-democracy, e-voting, e-bulletin boards, website usability, social media and online citizen participation. In appreciation for your contribution, your participation will be credited in the published results. The evaluation is expected to be completed *by the end of this December (2015)*.
* We appreciated that this is late notice, but we may be able to accommodate
evaluations in early January.
If you are interested in applying or further information, please email