Advanced Content in State E-government: Criteria for Evaluation
ProQuest, 2008 - 90 pages
This study analyzes the use of five types of advanced content in state e-government: audio and video content, RSS feeds, podcasts, blogs, and participative services. State government portals and governors' websites were reviewed to determine if and how they implemented any of the five evaluation criteria. Points were assigned for the presence of these criteria, with additional points being granted for examples of advanced content that were deemed to be of quality based on defined measures. The study found many state e-government sites have implemented features that set standards for the use of advanced content in an e-government setting.
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Discussion and Conclusions
A-Space additional point advanced content allows users Archive Arkansas portal audio and video audio content audio or video blogs broadband Comparison of study content available content providers criteria criterion customization del.icio.us Delaware portal e-government sites federal government sites Full comparison government portals governorís website households with internet implemented Intellipedia Internet Archive Kansas Layne & Lee Layne and Lee least once libraries with high-speed Links to podcasts Michigan modules NetVibes once a month page Table participative services percentage of public photo galleries podcast aggregators podcast feed points total portals and governors portals featured Portals Governors poverty levels public libraries received doubled points received one point received two points RSS feeds scores to percentage sites that received social bookmarking social bookmarking applications social networking South Carolina South Dakota stage study scores Table transactional service types of advanced updated at least updated frequently USA.gov video content Washington wiki YouTube