The paper discusses an innovative approach to lawmaking. In the proposed model a draft law is split into segments and improved by a network community which members can vote for the segments and suggest their own versions. Several cases of public consultations of Russian Laws based on Wikivote approach are presented and analyzed.
The paper discusses "crowdwriting" approach as its main purpose is the use of open network community potential for laws and regulations improvement. As an initial document for our platform WikiVote any law or regulation can be used. The solution combines features of crowdstorming and crowdproduction. As the result of the participants' efforts the document… (More)
The paper presents a new form of network collaboration -- the socio-educational projects as an activity that aims not only to better management, but also the formation of links between actors and objects of collaboration. Learning analytics and diagrams methodology helps to analyze and discuss situations that arise during co-creative projects. Our… (More)
The paper states that e-governance as well as e-learning both need new type of participants -- those, who would act in a process as agents of productive activity and understand that final product fully depends only on their activity in a collaborative work. Related needs of e-governance and e-learning to lead to the emergence of new type mixed projects -… (More)