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Published on January 29, 2009

Author: DCMisra

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This is a presentation made by me in an international symposium on Distance Learning as an E-infrastructures Application: Innovation and Future Trends organized by European Commission under joint BELIEF, 6 CHOICE projects in New Delhi, India, January 29, 2009, http://www.beliefproject.org/events/belief-indian-symposium
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A joint BELIEF, 6 CHOICE projects symposium Distance Learning as an e- Infrastructures application: Innovation and future trends India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, January 28-29, 2009

Ten Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum A Presentation by Dr D.C.Misra E-governance Researcher and Consultant

A Presentation by

Dr D.C.Misra

E-governance Researcher and Consultant

Dr D.C.Misra E-governance Researcher and Consultant -- Former Chairman, Task Force for IT Policy for Delhi, -- Chief Knowledge Officer, Government of Mauritius, Port Louis under aegis of Commonwealth Secretariat, London, and -- President, Council of State Industrial Development and Investment Corporations of India Address : C-183 Madhuvan, Madhuvan Marg, New Delhi-110092 Tel: 2245 2431 Email: dc_misra@hotmail.com

-- Former Chairman, Task Force for IT Policy for Delhi,

-- Chief Knowledge Officer, Government of Mauritius, Port Louis under aegis of Commonwealth Secretariat, London, and

-- President, Council of State Industrial Development and Investment Corporations of India

Address : C-183 Madhuvan, Madhuvan Marg, New Delhi-110092

Tel: 2245 2431 Email: dc_misra@hotmail.com

I Introduction E-infrastructure is essential for e-learning However, its utilisation by creating requisite content is equally important otherwise the investment made goes waste An attempt has been made in this presentation to identify emerging challenges in development of e-governance training curriculum

E-infrastructure is essential for e-learning

However, its utilisation by creating requisite content is equally important otherwise the investment made goes waste

An attempt has been made in this presentation to identify emerging challenges in development of e-governance training curriculum

Define the Target Group Legislators who are at least graduates Serving civil servants Employees of technology companies Employees of civil society organisations Graduates who are interested in e-governance

Legislators who are at least graduates

Serving civil servants

Employees of technology companies

Employees of civil society organisations

Graduates who are interested in e-governance

II Overview I Introduction II Emerging Challenges Turf War Global and Local State and Citizen Government and Technology Items for Inclusion

I Introduction

II Emerging Challenges

Turf War

Global and Local

State and Citizen

Government and Technology

Items for Inclusion

Overview Theory and Practice Case Studies Best Practices Generalist and Specialist E-learning and Training III Conclusion: A Summing Up

Theory and Practice

Case Studies

Best Practices

Generalist and Specialist

E-learning and Training

III Conclusion: A Summing Up

II Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-1 There is no standard curriculum in e-governance Every stakeholder is pulling e-governance to his own practice or discipline This has prevented consolidation of e-governance And led to fragmentation of e-governance

There is no standard curriculum in e-governance

Every stakeholder is pulling e-governance to his own practice or discipline

This has prevented consolidation of e-governance

And led to fragmentation of e-governance

The Turf War in E-governance Select Stakeholders involved in Turf War Political Scientist Technologist Vendor Legal Expert Software Engineer Electronics Engineer Open Source Volunteer E-government Manager Journalist Legislator Civil Society Organisation Citizen International Organisation Academic E-governance

Select Stakeholders involved in Turf War

The Turf War in E-governance Challenge No.1 How to end the turf war in e-governance and make e-governance curriculum inter-disciplinary?

Challenge No.1

How to end the turf war in e-governance and make e-governance curriculum inter-disciplinary?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-2 Being Web-based, e-governance is global in character Boundaries of nation states have become irrelevant in the age of Internet There is great exchange of ideas, information and knowledge worldwide But the needs of the people are at local level where they work and live

Being Web-based, e-governance is global in character

Boundaries of nation states have become irrelevant in the age of Internet

There is great exchange of ideas, information and knowledge worldwide

But the needs of the people are at local level where they work and live

Global Characteristics and Local Needs Internet World Wide Web Discussion Groups Blogs Wiki Twitter Local Needs Quality of Life Livelihood Security Safety Technology Citizens E-governance Citizens

Internet

Global Characteristics and Local Needs Challenge No.2 How to blend global characteristics of e-governance with local needs in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.2

How to blend global characteristics of e-governance with local needs in e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-3 State has its own demand for e-governance, typically for improvement in internal processes Citizens have their own demand for e-governance, typically for better service delivery State would like to have a governance-centric e-governance Citizens would like to have a citizen-centric e-governance

State has its own demand for e-governance, typically for improvement in internal processes

Citizens have their own demand for e-governance, typically for better service delivery

State would like to have a governance-centric e-governance

Citizens would like to have a citizen-centric e-governance

State and Citizen State vs Citizen Governance-centric E-governance Citizen-centric E-governance State Citizen Technology Technology Technology E-governance

State vs Citizen

State and Citizen Challenge No.3 How to balance the requirements of state and requirements of citizens in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.3

How to balance the requirements of state and requirements of citizens in e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-4 E-governance is governance mediated through technology How much weight should be given to governance? How much weight should be given to technology? Governance: Technology, 50:50, 60:40 or 40:60 or any other ratio?

E-governance is governance mediated through technology

How much weight should be given to governance?

How much weight should be given to technology?

Governance: Technology, 50:50, 60:40 or 40:60 or any other ratio?

Governance and Technology Relative Weights to Governance and Technology Governance Technology E-governance

Relative Weights to Governance and Technology

Governance and Technology Challenge No.4 How much weight should be assigned to governance and how much to technology in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.4

How much weight should be assigned to governance and how much to technology in e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-5 There are many competing items claiming to be included in e-governance curriculum The time available is, however, limited (2 days, 3 days or longer?) How to provide “hands-on” experience? Which elements must be included and which can be left out from the curriculum?

There are many competing items claiming to be included in e-governance curriculum

The time available is, however, limited (2 days, 3 days or longer?)

How to provide “hands-on” experience?

Which elements must be included and which can be left out from the curriculum?

Competing Elements for Inclusion Must Know Should Know Could Know

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-6 E-governance has a number of theoretical perspectives Currently, however, e-governance is dominated by practice A mix of e-governance theory and practice will enrich each other What should, however, be the mix?

E-governance has a number of theoretical perspectives

Currently, however, e-governance is dominated by practice

A mix of e-governance theory and practice will enrich each other

What should, however, be the mix?

E-governance Theory and Practice Theory vs Practice E-governance Theory E-governance Practice E-governance Curriculum E-governance

Theory vs Practice

E-governance Theory and Practice Challenge No.6 What should be the percentage of content of theory and practice in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.6

What should be the percentage of content of theory and practice in e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-7 E-governance is currently flush with case studies- national and international How relevant are such case studies in designing new e-governance projects or improving the existing projects? Should they be included in e-governance curriculum? If so, what should be the criteria of selection of case studies in e-governance curriculum?

E-governance is currently flush with case studies- national and international

How relevant are such case studies in designing new e-governance projects or improving the existing projects?

Should they be included in e-governance curriculum?

If so, what should be the criteria of selection of case studies in e-governance curriculum?

E-governance Case Studies Case Studies Relevance? Criteria of Selection? E-governance Curriculum E-governance

Case Studies

E-governance Case Studies Challenge No.7 What should be the criteria of selection of e-governance case studies in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.7

What should be the criteria of selection of e-governance case studies in e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-8 Best Practices raise similar questions as case studies Typically best practices pertain to very faourable siuation. Are they relevant to a particular situation? How to determine best practice for a particular situation?

Best Practices raise similar questions as case studies

Typically best practices pertain to very faourable siuation.

Are they relevant to a particular situation?

How to determine best practice for a particular situation?

E-governance Best Practices Best Practices Favourable Situation Specific Situation E-governance Curriculum E-governance

Best Practices

E-governance Best Practices Challenge No.8 How to identify “best practices” relevant to specific situation for inclusion in E-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.8

How to identify “best practices” relevant to specific situation for inclusion in E-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-9 E-governance is currently dominated by specialists (technocrats) Specialists (technocrats) however need to broaden their vision Generalists (bureaucrats) do not appreciate technical aspects of e-governance Generalists (bureaucrats) require some rudimentary technical knowledge

E-governance is currently dominated by specialists (technocrats)

Specialists (technocrats) however need to broaden their vision

Generalists (bureaucrats) do not appreciate technical aspects of e-governance

Generalists (bureaucrats) require some rudimentary technical knowledge

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-9 Generalist Specialist E-governance Curriculum Complementary Knowledge E-governance

Generalist and Specialist Challenge No.9 How to make a generalist a specialist and a specialist a generalist by imparting complementary knowledge through e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.9

How to make a generalist a specialist and a specialist a generalist by imparting complementary knowledge through e-governance curriculum?

Emerging Challenges in E-governance Curriculum-10 E-learning and e-government: a non-separable couple (Palkavits, Lorente and Karagiannis 2002?) E-learning has overwhelming advantages over traditional offline learning like 24x7 availability, quick updating, interaction, etc. Does e-learning require a separate curriculum, or E-governance training curriculum can include training in e-learning?

E-learning and e-government: a non-separable couple (Palkavits, Lorente and Karagiannis 2002?)

E-learning has overwhelming advantages over traditional offline learning like 24x7 availability, quick updating, interaction, etc.

Does e-learning require a separate curriculum, or

E-governance training curriculum can include training in e-learning?

E-learning and E-governance Training E-learning ( Online ) Learning ( Offline) E-governance Training Curriculum E-governance

E-learning and E-governance Training Challenge No.10 How to incorporate requirements of e-learning in e-governance curriculum?

Challenge No.10

How to incorporate requirements of e-learning in e-governance curriculum?

III Conclusion E-governance curriculum has to be developed by : Identifying target groups Meeting emerging challenges in curriculum development, and Promoting e-learning

E-governance curriculum has to be developed by :

Identifying target groups

Meeting emerging challenges in curriculum development, and

Promoting e-learning

End of Presentation © Dr D.C.Misra 2009 Thank you.

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