Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 05/30/2013
ePractice helps you to exchange good practice and experience in public services in Europe. A free of charge registration enables you to publish case studies; propose news and contribute in many other ways. User contributions are rewarded via kudos; a system that increases your visibility and recognition among other professionals. The more you contribute, the more kudos you receive, along with bonus gifts and workshop invitations.
Publish a case study to describe your project or your experience implementing a business solution. Interesting and well presented cases will be highlighted at the ePractice home page through the Editorâ€™s choice. To gain 200 Kudos, you may propose a new case study; 20 Kudos when updating your case and 2 kudos when rating existing cases.
Wishing to highlight concrete developments or important announcements? Then create your own news item. Are you organising an event? Boost participation by including it in the calendar of international conferences. Do you need further help with registration, logistics and organization? Then requestÂ ePractice to create a workshop for you. Have you compiled a study or report? Let other professionals get it by publishing a library item. You gain 40 kudos for proposing news, events or publications; 2 kudos for rating them.
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ePractice welcomes any professional contribution: propose a TV clip, create a communityÂ or post your comments and opinion at the blog. Another possibility is the ePractice Journal â€“ a peer reviewed online publication â€“ where you can submit your research findings. Please contact us with any inquiries you may have. ePractice is available to all its members to share information and build networks.
The ePractice.eu knowledge base needs your experience. You surely have learning points to share with our community of experts, so if you have been related in any way to a relevant project on eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion we invite you to submit your case and exchange your experience with us. What is an ePractice Case?