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E-government 2021

This page supports Introduction to Electronic Government.

▒ Syllabus & Announcement

▒ Homework & Exam

▒ Text editor, SSH, & SFTP


▓ Week 1: Introduction (04/09)

Required:

  1. Class note: Introduction Powerpoint icon
  2. Chapter 1 PDF icon

Optional:

  1. Stair & Reynolds (2016) Chapter 2 (Information Systems in Organizations)
  2. Morley & Parker (2012) Chapter 1
  3. Introduction to cloud computing (77 min) VLC icon
  4. How to Become an IT Professional (78 min) VLC icon

Lab: HTML 1

▓ Week 2: Hardware (04/16)

Required:

  1. Class note: Hardware Powerpoint icon
  2. Chapter 3 (Hardware) PDF icon
  3. Computer hardware (29 min) VLC icon

Optional:

  1. Morley & Parker (2012) Chapter 2-4
  2. Forouzan & Mosharraf (2008)
  3. White (2008) Chapter 1-6
  4. Multiprocessing, multi-programming, etc. (3 min) VLC icon 2 (4 min) VLC icon 3 (17 min) VLC icon
  5. What is data center? (6 min) VLC icon
  6. Google Data Center (6 min) VLC icon Google Data Center Tour (7 min) VLC icon
  7. Facebook Data Center (15 min) VLC icon Microsoft Data Center (11 min) VLC icon
  8. Installation of Big Red II at Indiana University (4 min) VLC icon
  9. Supercomputing and research technologies in new Indiana Data Center (6 min) VLC icon
  10. Introduction to Servers (54 min) VLC icon

Lab: HTML 2

▓ Week 3: Software (04/23)

Required:

  1. Class note: Software Powerpoint icon Programming and Software Powerpoint icon
  2. Chapter 4 (Software) PDF icon

Optional:

  1. Morley & Parker (2012) Chapter 5, 6, 13
  2. Forouzan & Mosharraf (2008) Chapter 9
  3. White (2008) Chapter 7 (pp. 94-103); White (2008) Chapter 9
  4. Computer software basics (8 min) VLC icon
  5. What is an operating system (4 min) VLC icon
  6. Introduction to Operating Systems (13 min) VLC icon
  7. The Origins of Linux by Linus Torvalds (86 min) VLC icon
  8. Introduction to Linux (49 min) VLC icon
  9. Larry Wall: 5 Programming Languages Everyone Should Know (7 min) VLC icon
  10. Programming language 1 (54 min) VLC icon 2 (52 min) VLC icon 3 (49 min) VLC icon
  11. How to create your own software 1 VLC icon 2 VLC icon 3 VLC icon 4 VLC icon 5 VLC icon
  12. Object-Oriented Programming (30 min) VLC icon

Lab: CSS 1

▓ Week 4: Internet & World Wide Web (04/30)

Required:

  1. Class note: Communication & Network Powerpoint icon Internet & WWW Powerpoint icon
  2. Chapter 6 PDF icon Chapter 7 PDF icon
  3. OSI and TCP/IP Layers
  4. History of the Internet (9 min) VLC icon Tim Berners-Lee's Lecture (17min) VLC icon
  5. How Does the Internet Work 1 (6 min) VLC icon 2 (5 min) VLC icon

Optional:

  1. Morley & Parker (2012) Chapter 7 & 8
  2. Stair & Reynolds (2012) Chapter 6
  3. Derfler & Freed (2005) Chapter 12-26
  4. Gourley & Totty (2002)
  5. Gralla (2007) Part 1, 3 & 5
  6. American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) | ARIN IP Address
  7. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
  8. Domain Name Registration | Network Solutions | Go Daddy
  9. Internet Society | W3C | InterNIC | ARIN IP Address
  10. Netcraft's Web Server market share
  11. An Evening with Paul Baran (71min) VLC icon High Tech Heroes 32: Paul Baran (29 min) VLC icon
  12. Birthplace of the Interent (UCLA) (5 min) VLC icon Leonard Kleinrock in UCLA (5 min) VLC icon
  13. Tim Berners-Lee at CERN: Invention of the World Wide Web (183 min) VLC icon
  14. Introduction to Networking (58 min) VLC icon TCP/IP and Subnet Masking (49 min) VLC icon
  15. Subnetting Made Easy (31 min) VLC icon IP Addresses and Subnetting (44 min) VLC icon
  16. Network Cabling (63 min) VLC icon Understanding Switches (59 min) VLC icon
  17. Introduction to Domains (48 min) VLC icon Understanding DNS 1 (54 min) VLC icon 2 (26 min) VLC icon
  18. OIS Model Explained (11 min) VLC icon OIS and Networking Explained (22 min) VLC icon
  19. Introduction to Voice Over IP (62 min) VLC icon
  20. Understanding Broadband Technologies (66 min) VLC icon

Lab: CSS 2

▓ Week 5: E-government (05/07)

Required:

  1. Class note: E-government Powerpoint icon
  2. Coursey, David, & Donald F. Norris. 2008. Models of e-government: Are they correct? An empirical assessment. Public Administration Review 68(3): 523-536.

Optional:

  1. Rocheleau (2006) Chapter 5
  2. Kraemer, Kenneth L., and John L. King. 2006. Information Technology and Administrative Reform: Will E-Government Be Different? International Journal of Electronic Government Research 2(1): 1-20. PDF icon
  3. Norris, Donald F., & Christopher G. Reddick. 2013. Local e-government in the United States: Transformation or incremental change? Public Administration Review 73(1): 165-175.
  4. Park, Hun Myoung. 2015. "Should e-government be transformational and participatory? An essay on e-government in the utilitarian mode of information technology use." Proceedings of the 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-48) in Kauai, HI, January 5-8, 2015. PDF icon
  5. Reddick, Christopher G. and Donald F. Norris. 2013. Social media adoption at the American grass roots: Web 2.0 or 1.5? Government Information Quarterly 30(4): 498-507.
  6. U.S. E-government Act of 2002 | UITS Users Satisfaction Survey

Lab: Web Form 1

▓ WEEK 6: System Analysis and Design (05/14)

Required:

  1. System Investigation & Analysis Powerpoint System Design Powerpoint
  2. Stair and Reynolds (2016) Chapter 12 (pp. 548-584) PDF icon

Optional:

  1. Anthopoulos, Leonidas, Christopher G. Reddick, Irene Giannakidou, and Nikolaos Mavridis. 2016. Why E-Government Projects Fail? An Analysis of the Healthcare.gov Website. Government Information Quarterly 33(1): 161-173.
  2. Hoffer, George, & Valacich (2013) Chapter 6-8.
  3. Morley and Parker (2012) Chapter 12.

Lab: Web Form 2

▓ Week 7: Adoption of Information Systems (05/21)

Required:

  1. Designing Public Services Powerpoint
  2. Davis, F. D. 1989. Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and user acceptance of information technology. MIS Quarterly 13(3): 319-340. PDF
  3. Goodhue, Dale L. and Ronald L. Thompson. 1995. Task-technology fit and individual performance. MIS Quarterly 19(2): 213-236). PDF

Optional:

▓ Week 8: Web Accessibility (05/28)

Required:

  1. IS Evaluation PDF Web Accessibility Powerpoint
  2. Jaeger, Paul T. 2006. Assessing Section 508 compliance on federal e-government Web sites: A multi-method, user-centered evaluation of accessibility for persons with disabilities. Government Information Quarterly 23: 169-190. PDF
  3. Park, Hun Myoung. 2012. The Web accessibility crisis of Korea's electronic government: Fatal consequences of the Digital Signature Act and public key certificate. Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences in Hawaii, HI, January 4-7, 2012.

Optional:

  1. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0 | WCAG 2.0 | WCAG 2.1
  2. Section 508 Law | HTML 508 checklist
  3. Revised 508 Standards Applicability Checklist