As announced before, earlier this year, seven leaders from various levels of government and renowned disaster management experts gave individual 45-to-75-minute talks at the University of Washington’s iSchool. The video clips of this “Pacific Northwest Disaster Management Speakers Series” are now available on Youtube
( https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw_fY_HX24KKLjwNz1NnxpX7b-_A7zPj7 ).
The seven-talk speaker series has produced a rich informational and educational account, in which multiple perspectives on the subject of disasters and potential catastrophes in the Pacific Northwest are presented.
The speakers addressed in particular challenges for professional disaster responders in the context of “situational awareness” and “managerial coordination.”
The speaker series was open to the public and was part of the INFX 598 research seminar conducted by Prof. Hans J Scholl, PhD, of the University of Washington’s Information School, in February and March of 2018.
Seattle, WA. Academic publishing on electronic government has reached an all-time high this year with 850 new peer-reviewed publications in the English language, which have been logged for the period of 12/15/2011 through 12/14/2012. Academic interest in this study domain has never been stronger before. References to the most recent publications can be found in the E-Government Reference Library (EGRL). This reference library is updated semi-annually on June 15 and December 15 of each year.
E-Government Reference Library (EGRL) version 8.5 (12/15/2012)
We herewith make available version 8.5 (December 15, 2012) of the E-Government Reference Library (EGRL) in a ZIP file containing editions in BibTeX, EndNoteTM XML, a full EndNoteTM lib, a PDF, RTF, and txt formats.
Version 8.5 of the EGRL now contains 5,524 references of predominantly English language, peer-reviewed work. The number of qualifying references in the library has increased by 474, or 9.4 % over version 8.0 (June 15, 2012) and by 18.1 % over version 7.5 (December 15, 2011). This year 2012 has been a record year for e-Government-related publishing.
We can repeat what we stated earlier: The EGRL has developed into an indispensable tool for e-Gov scholars. In particular, preparing and reviewing paper submissions was reported to now heavily rely on this reference library.
In order to download the library, please register (or re-register, for repeat downloads) yourself and accept the GPL license agreement. As stated above we provide the references in various editions (BibTeX, EndNote, PDF, and RTF). We also provide a link to the Zotero version.
As an author or co-author please check all your own entries for completeness and correctness. Please get back to us in case of any errors or omissions. Thank you for your interest and cooperation.
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