COURSE INFORMATION
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourSemesterECTS
SBKY 371E-GOVERNMENT POLICY3 + 05th Semester5

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Elective
Course Objective The aim of this course is to form a theoretical base for e-government policies that constitute an important issue in relevant literature. Besides historical development, actors and relations among actors of e-government policy are of crucial topics to be raised during the lectures.
Course Content This academic discipline has an aim of realization of practical probability of theoretical 7/24 provision of public services at the electronic mediums. Besides these methodological dimensions, e-Government conceptualization has an aim of transforming the citizens’ negative perception towards the concept of state. In this elective course, it is designed to give those concepts of technology and information (collection, saving, processing and publishing) in the Public Administration (PA) sphere firstly. The relational network over the internet and electronic service scope of the public entities are given as the basic issues. By means of these concepts and processes, it is aimed to evaluate the effects of ICT over the PA and its services. As commonly known, there is a process of deviation from the classical concept of state towards the new formation and perception of it. Therefore, basic aim of this course is to give the theoretical base of this so-called deviation. In this context, here are some of the subjects planned to give lectures on seem as the evaluation of relations between the citizen and state, the identification of changing dimension of communication between the citizen and state, the determination of changes in the structures of state institutions derivate from the e-government concept, the specifications of service provision methods, the definition of change in the perception of administration and so forth. The very aim of this lecture is to form a theoretical and institutional infrastructure for the notion of e-Government which has obtained extremely wide publicity in the related literature. It has also aimed to state and discuss the present applications by analyzing the different aspects of the concept at issue.
Prerequisites No the prerequisite of lesson.
Corequisite No the corequisite of lesson.
Mode of Delivery Face to face

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1Students are supposed to acquire, to define, to save and to circulate what has been learnt.
2Students are presumed to have necessary information on e-government policies and resolves how e-government polices were designed.
3Students do have required knowledge on e-government, e-participation and e-democracy concepts and associate them into an understandable entity.
4Students know about the interactions between demanders and decision makers realized around e-government policy.
5Students could easily acpture the changes during the policy processes.

COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
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ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
ActivitiesQuantityDuration (Hour)Total Work Load (Hour)
Course Duration (14 weeks/theoric+practical)14342
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)14570
Mid-terms177
Final examination11111
Total Work Load

ECTS Credit of the Course






130

5

COURSE DETAILS
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 Course TermNoInstructors
Details 2017-2018 Summer1NACİ KARKIN

Course Details
Course Code:  SBKY 371 Course Title:  E-GOVERNMENT POLICY
L+P Hour : 3 + 0   Course Code : 1   Language Of Instruction: Turkish Course Semester :  2017-2018 Summer
Course Coordinator :  PROFESSOR NACİ KARKIN E-Mail:  nkirgin@pau.edu.tr Phone Number : 
Course Location İİBF C0302, İİBF C0304,
Goals : The aim of this course is to form a theoretical base for e-government policies that constitute an important issue in relevant literature. Besides historical development, actors and relations among actors of e-government policy are of crucial topics to be raised during the lectures.
Content : This academic discipline has an aim of realization of practical probability of theoretical 7/24 provision of public services at the electronic mediums. Besides these methodological dimensions, e-Government conceptualization has an aim of transforming the citizens’ negative perception towards the concept of state. In this elective course, it is designed to give those concepts of technology and information (collection, saving, processing and publishing) in the Public Administration (PA) sphere firstly. The relational network over the internet and electronic service scope of the public entities are given as the basic issues. By means of these concepts and processes, it is aimed to evaluate the effects of ICT over the PA and its services. As commonly known, there is a process of deviation from the classical concept of state towards the new formation and perception of it. Therefore, basic aim of this course is to give the theoretical base of this so-called deviation. In this context, here are some of the subjects planned to give lectures on seem as the evaluation of relations between the citizen and state, the identification of changing dimension of communication between the citizen and state, the determination of changes in the structures of state institutions derivate from the e-government concept, the specifications of service provision methods, the definition of change in the perception of administration and so forth. The very aim of this lecture is to form a theoretical and institutional infrastructure for the notion of e-Government which has obtained extremely wide publicity in the related literature. It has also aimed to state and discuss the present applications by analyzing the different aspects of the concept at issue.
Attendance : %60
Topics
WeeksTopics
1 Introduction: Administration and Technology Relationship
2 e-Government Concept and Interrelated Concepts
3 e-Government in Turkey: Historical Process and Related Institutions
4 e-Government Projects in Turkey-I
5 e-Government Projects in Turkey-II
6 e-Government in Turkey: Barriers and Problems-I
7 Mid-Term Exam
8 e-Government in Turkey: Barriers and Problems-II
9 Comparative e-Government Policies-I
10 Comparative e-Government Policies-II
11 Social Media Policy
12 Open Government Data
13 Open Government
14 Conclusion and Evaluations
Materials
Materials are not specified.
Resources
Course Assessment
Assesment MethodsPercentage (%)Assesment Methods Title
Final Exam50Final Exam
Midterm Exam50Midterm Exam
L+P: Lecture and Practice
PQ: Program Learning Outcomes
LO: Course Learning Outcomes
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