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The European Journal of ePractice is a peer-reviewed online publication on eTransformation, launched in November 2007. The Journal belongs to the ePractice.eu community, is sponsored by the European Commission as part of its good practice exchange activity and is run by an independent Editorial Board.
The aim of European Journal of ePractice (EJeP) is to reinforce the visibility of papers as well as that of professionals in eTransformation building an author's community which will strengthen the overall ePractice.eu activity. The publication will promote the diffusion and exchange of good practice in eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion and will be open access, free of charge to all readers. We have a target audience of 50,000 professionals in Europe and beyond, and build on a community of more than 100,000 members.
The scope of the European Journal of ePractice reflects the three domains of the ePractice.eu: eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion. All eService related themes are accepted as topics. The following topics are given as an example:
|User centric services||Interoperability||Open source||eIdentity and eSecurity|
|eProcurement||eDemocracy and eVoting||eAccessibility||Digital literacy|
|eCompetences||Electronic health records||Telemedicine services||eParticipation|
For a complete list of topics, see the ePractice.eu search engine.
We invite professionals, practitioners and academics to submit position papers on research findings, case experiences, challenges and factors contributing to a successful implementation of eGovernment, eHealth or eInclusion services in Europe and beyond.
|Issue Nº||Title||Invited editor||Paper submission deadline||Publication||Further information|
|1||The socio-technical nature of good practice exchange||Trond Arne Undheim||15 October 2007 - closed||November 2007||Read here|
|2||New e-ways of doing the Government's job||Trond Arne Undheim||17 December 2007 - closed||February 2008||Read here|
|3||Inclusive eServices||Sally Wyatt||1 February 2008 - closed||May 2008||Read here|
|4||Efficiency and effectiveness||Cristiano Codagnone||22 April 2008 - closed||August 2008||Read here|
|5||High Impact Services||Michael Blakemore||25 July 2008 - closed||October 2008||Read here|
|6||Key enablers for eTransformation? eID, Interoperability and OS||William Dutton||8 October 2008 - closed||January 2009||Read here|
|7||eParticipation||Jeremy Millard||18 December 2008 - closed||March 2009||Read here|
|8||eHealth and beyond
||Z. Kolitsi - J. Roca||1 May 2009 - closed||December 2009||Read here|
|9||Government 2.0 - Hype, Hope or Reality||David Osimo||7 February 2010 - closed||March 2010||Read here|
|10||Implementing eAccessibility as a service quality factor||Klaus Miesenberger||4 July 2010 - closed||September 2010||Read here|
|11||eGovernment for the Economic Crisis||Jeremy Millard||15 November 2010 - closed||March 2011||Read here|
|12||The Openness of Government||Paul Waller||30 December 2010 - closed||March/April 2011||Read here|
|13||Megatrends in eGovernment||Eduard Aibar||25 July 2011 - closed||October 2011||Read here|
|14||Surviving in the Digital eID World||Jon Olnes||December 2011 - closed||January/February 2012||Read here|
|15||Policy lessons from a decade of eGovernment, eHealth & eInclusion||Cristiano Codagnone - Zoi Konstantinou||January 2012 - closed||February/March 2012||Read here|
|16||eGovernance & Social Media||Jeremy Millard - Gwendolyn Carpenter||May 2012 - closed||June/July 2012||Read here|
|17||Digital Strategies for Government and Business||Trond Arne Undheim||July 2012 - closed||September 2012||Read here|
|18||New Business Models for Public Services||Diane Whitehouse - Patrick Wauters||August 2012 - closed||October 2012||Read here|
Recurrence and contents
The European Journal of ePractice includes an editorial, papers, case studies and/or interviews, and is published five times a year.
Copyright policy and disclaimer
The views expressed are purely those of the authors and may not in any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the European Commission. Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on its behalf is responsible for the use that might be made of the information provided.
The texts published in this journal, unless otherwise indicated, are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivativeWorks 2.5 licence. They may be copied, distributed and broadcast provided that the author and the e-journal that publishes them, European Journal of ePractice, are cited. Commercial use and derivative works are not permitted. The full licence can be consulted on http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/deed.en.