Design in E-government Curricula : Bottom-up Vs . Top-down

  title={Design in E-government Curricula : Bottom-up Vs . Top-down},
  author={Niels Valentin J\orgensen},
Design should be a key paradigm in e-government curricula, because e-government is the design of new administrative, organizational and technical systems. For the technical aspects of e-government, a design perspective may guide the identification of topics that a curriculum should cover, such as software architecture, and the selection or development of approaches to teaching them. A survey of recently published ACM and IEEE curriculum reports indicates that their main approach to the teaching… CONTINUE READING

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