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De digitale kloof van de tweede graad in Vlaanderen.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: Brussel IST,

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Overheid anno 2010: ambtenaar 1.0 of 2.0? : Indigov en Kluwer onderzoeken gebruik internet en sociale media binnen overheidsdiensten.
Year: 2010 Publisher: Leuven Indigov,

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Een kwart van de Nederlandstalige ambtenaren in ons land heeft op het werk slechts beperkte toegang tot internet. Toch vinden zowat alle ambtenaren internet nuttig (22%) of zelfs essentieel (77%) voor hun job. Dat blijkt uit een onderzoek dat Indigov, onderzoeks- en adviesbureau voor de publieke sector, uitvoerde bij meer dan vijfhonderd Nederlandstalige ambtenaren, in het kader van de studiedag Ambtenaar 2.0, georganiseerd door Kluwer, informatieleverancier voor professionals. Over sociale media zijn de meningen meer verdeeld. Een op de 14 ambtenaren zegt geen enkele sociale netwerksite te kennen. Een op de vier ondervraagden vindt dat overheden niet aanwezig moeten zijn op sociale netwerken.


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De digitale kloof van de tweede graad in Vlaanderen.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: Brussel : IST,

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Rhythms cycles performances : ceramics in architecture.
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ISBN: 9788461394050 Year: 2010 Publisher: Castellón ASCER (Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers' Association)

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Het Europese actieplan inzake e-overheid 2011-2015 : benutten van de ICT om een slimme, duurzame en innovatieve overheid te bevorderen.
Year: 2010 Publisher: Brussel Europese commissie,

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Usable guidelines for usable websites : an analysis of five e-government heuristics.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: S.l. Elsevier,

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Many government organizations use web heuristics for the quality assurance of their websites. Heuristics may be used by web designers to guide the decisions about a website in development, or by web evaluators to optimize or assess the quality of an existing website. Despite their popularity, very little is known about the usefulness of heuristics for web designers and evaluators. In this study, five government heuristics are examined with special attention to their presumed use, content, validity, and presentation format. Our findings raise questions about the usability of heuristics for web design and web evaluation purposes. More research into the actual use and effects of web heuristics is needed.


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Internet, révolution culturelle.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: Paris Le monde diplomatique,

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Intern Rapport van de focusgroepsgesprekken m.b.t. nieuwsgaring en -verwerking en attitudes jegens User Generated Content bij jongeren (16-25 jaar) : PWO: Crossmedia jongeren community's: think global, act local.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: Mechelen Media Expertise Centrum,

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Metalex (Open XML Interchange Format for Legal and Legislative Resources).
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Year: 2010 Publisher: Brussels CEN (Comité européen de normalisation),

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The Hague Rules for parliamentary websites : principles to guide the development of a parliamentary website.
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Year: 2010 Publisher: The Hague ECPRD,

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To be successful in meeting the goals of the parliament, websites must be continually overseen, regularly evaluated, and effectively managed. Achieving these objectives requires: 1. Political support at all levels including that of the highest authorities. 2. Adequate staff, technical, and financial resources. 3. Goals defined in writing, evaluations conducted, and changes made to the website as needed. 4. Input encouraged from all members and staff. 5. Collaboration and teamwork among departments.

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