Les parlements et les technologies
Conférence le 7 décembre prochain à Ottawa concernant les parlements et la technologie :
Canadian Study of Parliament Group 2007 Conference: Parliament, ICTs and Citizen Engagement
Friday, December 7, 2007, Ottawa, ON (Parliament Hill – Room 200, West Block)
The Canadian Study of Parliament Group annual conference will examine the impact of information and communications technologies (ICTs) on parliaments and their relationship to citizens. This conference will look at how legislators and their constituents use ICTs to communicate with each other, through e-mail, websites, blogs and other methods. It will also look more broadly at how legislatures are using technology in new and innovative ways for committee consultations, enhanced website features, and other attempts to utilize technology to connect and engage citizens in new ways.
Sessions will include:
* Current Uses of ICTs by Legislators
* Innovations and Challenges of ICTs in Legislative Politics
* Democratic Engagement
Panelists include Members of Parliament, federal and provincial public servants and academics from across Canada. Darin Barney, Canada Research Chair in Technology and Citizenship, McGill University, will give the keynote address.
For more information, contact the Canadian Study of Parliament Group (Tel: 613.995.2937 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tamara A. Small, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Mount Allison University, NB
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