El Dr. Prachi Shirur me envía un e-mail donde me invita a participar y a extender su iniciativa sobre e-gov.
Adjunto el comunicado del Dr. Prachi.
This is Prachi from Centre for Science, Development and Media Studies (CSDMS) based at NOIDA, (UP) India. This is a call for papers for egov, our weekly online newsletter http://www.egovonline.net/ that is a round up of the latest e-Government news, articles, interviews, reports, events, viewpoints and more. The egov e-newsletter provides a much needed platform to the voices of various stakeholders in the arena of a e-Government, apart from being a repository of valuable information and meaningful discussion on issues of e-governance in general, and e-government in particular – both to the specialist and the generalist.
In order to fulfill this endeavour to build a knowledge base, we are in the process of creating articles. We invite articles, research papers, concept papers, reports, case studies and book reviews in the domain of e-governance pertinent to development, citizen interfaces, technology, G2C, G2B, G2G and others from different part of the globe.
We believe that the papers written by you will be of great relevance to the practitioners, professionals, corporate and academicians. Therefore, we would appreciate if you could contribute and share your experiences in the domain of e-governance, so that the reach is maximized. Attached please find the editorial guidelines for the same.
Please also forward this letter among your friends and colleagues who would be interested to contribute in the egov e-newsletter.
We have currently more than 5000 subscribers to egov from people all over the world and the subscription is increasing day by day. We would appreciate if you could guide us with your expertise in making our egov e-newsletter a success. Please convey your thoughts on the endeavor. If you wish to subscribe egov, please click on the link http://www.egovonline.net/subscribe.asp
We look forward to our association on this initiative.