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Papiol, Y. (2011) ICT and the eParticipation. Demos@Work: An Example of European eParticipation. Master’s Thesis, pág. 41.
http://upcommons.upc.edu/pfc/bitstream/2099.1/10964/1/Memoria_Yasmina_Papiol.pdf

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  • TITLE: Experiments with a University e-Participation Platform

    AUTHORS: Víctor F. Peñafiel, Javier F. Guerrero, José M. Lavín

    KEYWORDS: ICT, Electronic Democracy, Citizen Participation, Web Architecture

    JOURNAL NAME: Social Networking, Vol.6 No.3, July 18, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Currently, the ICT put at our disposal is increasingly more powerful tools that can help increase citizen participation, transparency, and legitimacy in decision-making. We understand that these participation tools can break down into a set of tasks. In this dissertation, we review some of these tasks and how we can integrate them into a series of processes in public higher education institutions. By establishing the tasks, we can set up an online architecture for electronic participation and support for decision-making within the university community. One of the consolidated database architectures we have used for this study is MyUniversity-URJC. This proposal is achievable by utilizing the Universities’ technological infrastructure and, mainly, the digital culture of its users.