Education – A Key Concept for E-Administration

Academic Public Administration Studies

Education – A Key Concept for E-Administration

Show simple item record Vrabie, Cătălin 2016-03-20T19:58:17Z 2016-03-20T19:58:17Z 2015
dc.identifier.issn 1877-0428
dc.description 2. The 5th World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Educational Leadership, October 29-30, 2014, Prague – Czech Republic en_US
dc.description.abstract The paper aims to investigate the link between the actual level of e-administration at the county level in Romania and the educational system at the same level (I refer here especially to the education in the field of IT&C) in order to verify if there is a connection between those data. I will start from a previous research in which I radiographed the Romanian e-administration (January 2014), based on the Mark Holzer study a1qbout Digital Governance in Municipalities Worldwide. I will correlate it with data collected from all the Romanian ECDL centers (European Computer Driving Licence) knowing the fact that ECDL is an engine for what is called “intelligent citizen” (Stoica 2009). For having an accurate image on this topic I will look onto every county in Romania (41 in number) analyzing the official Web sites of municipalities as well as those from ECDL centers. The results I count on are a strong connection between education (on the field of IT&C) and a good e-administration, suggesting by this some new investments in the field of education. It is understood that the existence of Web platforms very well maintained doesn’t imply that they’re also used by the citizens or the business society. The new methods of administration don’t need only innovative solutions but also “intelligent citizens”. The value of this paper is the comparison itself. There are a lot of studies in Romania about the education, about the local administration but rare those studies are connected. More and more researchers stated that “education should come first”, so I suggest that before investing in IT platforms and so on, to invest firstly in education. It is not only the personnel of public administration that need to benefit from IT&C education, but also those to whom these platforms address (the citizens). en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher Elsevier Ltd en_US
dc.subject IT education en_US
dc.subject e-administration en_US
dc.subject local administration en_US
dc.title Education – A Key Concept for E-Administration en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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