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A framework for evaluating websites of public authorities

@inproceedings{Panopoulou2013AFF,
  title={A framework for evaluating websites of public authorities},
  author={Eleni Panopoulou},
  year={2013}
}
  • Eleni Panopoulou
  • Published 2013
  • Purpose – In this paper we gradually develop a framework for evaluating the websites of public authorities. The proposed framework consists of four axes: two for assessing the general characteristics and content of the websites (namely general characteristics and e-content); and two for assessing specific functionalities addressing their governmental character (namely e-services and e-participation). The practical use of the framework is demonstrated by means of a case study, namely evaluating… CONTINUE READING

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