NECoPA2011program

http://spaa.newark.rutgers.edu/home/conferences/necopa2011.html

Second Annual Northeast Conference on Public Administration Building Trust and Confidence in the Public Service

Saturday, 9:15-10:45

Panel: Information Technology: Methods to Encourage Citizen Engagement

Chair/Discussant: Adam Wandt, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (invited)

Accessibility and Usability as Related to the Implementation of e-Governance

  • Eugene J. Monaco, Rockefeller College, University at Albany SUNY

Community Technology Centers

  • Peter Miller, Founding Director, CTC VISTA Project and UC, Santa Cruz

State-level Developments for Community Broadband

  • Todd O’Boyle, University of Delaware

Local Government & Web 2.0: Emerging Best Practices… or are we still guessing?

  • Hillary J. Knepper, Pace University

 

Elsewhere in the program:

Friday, October 28 @ 2:15:

Panel: Networks for Shared Service Delivery

Interagency Collaboration:  A Qualitative Long-Term Evaluation of Charleston Connects

– Karen Zgoda, MSC, LCSW, PhD Candidate, Boston College

 

and after this one, from 11:00-12:30 (concurrent session 5)

Panel: Using Large Data Sets and Comparisons in Comparative Studies

Linking On-Line Citizen Participation and Democracy Theory: A Study of Global Municipal Practices

  • Aroon Manoharan, Kent State University
  • Lamar Vernon Bennett, Long Island University, Brooklyn

 

Panel: Using IT and Mobile Technologies in Public Administration Work

Comparing Administrative Statistics with Search Engine Based Predictions: The Potential of New Tools for Research and Practice in Public Administration Studies

  • John McNutt, University of Delaware
  • Katherine Boland, Rowan University

Included in the preliminary program (9.19.11, p. 13):

How Web 2.0 and Other Social Media can Foster Citizen Participation and Transparency across Government

  • Leila Sadeghi, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

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