ICEGOV2018 invites submissions of original papers, not published or considered for publication elsewhere for its 11th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance. The paper should contribute to the conference theme: “Transforming Digital Governance for Sustainable and Resilient Societies”. Papers can be submitted to one of 10 Tracks, the Doctoral Colloquium, or the Poster Exhibition, as listed below:
Track 1: Digitization and Transformation
Track 2: Digital Participation, Engagement, and Empowerment
Track 3: Contextualization
Track 4: Cybersecurity, Privacy and Ethics
Track 5: Open Government
Track 6: Digital Citizenship
Track 7: Digital Culture and Inclusion
Track 8: Governance of Smart Cities and Regions
Track 9: Bridging Digital Government Research and Policy
Track 10: The Dark Side of Digital Technologies
Date of Conference: 4 – 6 April 2018
Venue: Galway, Ireland
Publications and Awards
- A special issue of Government Information Quarterly is expected to be published by Elsevier with the best papers from conference. These papers will be carefully selected by the Programme Committee, and expanded and improved by the authors before publication.
- A total of three awards categories are planned for the conference: Best Research Paper, Best Experience Paper, and Best Poster. All three categories will be chosen by the Awards Committee. More information on the awards will be provided closer to the conference.
Authors of accepted papers will be able to apply for a Scholarship to cover the registration fee of the conference and accommodation in Galway. The preference will be given to authors whose main affiliation is from a developing country. If a paper is co-authored, only one author may apply for the Scholarship. The application period will run from 20 to 27 November 2017 and more information will be available here: http://www.icegov.org/submit/scholarships/.
Paper Submission Deadline: September 5, 2017
For more information download the call for paper here