E-Government Applications and Methodologies - Turkey On The E-Government Way

Apak, Duygu


E-business Environment and Architecture
Temizel, Alptekin(2009)
The course has been designed as an introduction to e-business and related concepts. In the first half of the course, social and business aspects of e-business will be discussed and e-marketing, e-commerce and e-operations concepts will be explained. Electronic payment systems will be described and legal and ethical issues in the context of e-Business will be discussed. The second half of the course will deal with the technical side of e-business applications such as web development technologies, interoperab...
ebIOP: An ebXML compliant B2B interoperability platform
Tambag, Y; Coşar, Ahmet (2003-01-01)
Interoperability has become one of the big problems of e-commerce since it was born. A number of B2B standards like ebXML, UDDI, RosettaNet, xCBL, etc. emerged recently to solve the interoperability problem. UDDI and ebXML axe the leading standards in the area of e-commerce that provide different solutions for interoperability. UDDI standard provides a service based solution that proposes a registry standard for companies to publish their services on the web. On the other hand, ebXML provides a process base...
E-portfolio assessment in an online English language course
Baturay, Meltem Huri; Daloğlu, Ayşegül (2010-01-01)
Many teachers have the tendency to look at only the standardized test scores of their students while ignoring how or why various dimensions of language proficiency has improved or not improved. Portfolio, however, reveals a clear picture of the student's growth and development. This study reflects that traditional approaches to assessment of student progress in EFL writing lack indicators of students' development of the skill and aims to answer the following questions: what are the learning gains of student...
E-government transformation success: An assessment methodology and the preliminary results
Iskender, Gökhan; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi (2013-07-15)
Purpose – This study is an updated and enhanced version of the study named “Building a methodology to assess the e-government transformation success” presented by I˙skender and O¨ zkan in the 18th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2012). The main purpose of this study is to explain the development of the methodology presented in the previous study in detail, but as an add-on to the previous one, it also applies the developed methodology on the real data collected from Turkish public institut...
Efl learners’ imagined communities and investments: multiple perspectives from an intensive English language program in Turkey
Aslan, Reyhan; Seferoğlu, Gölge; Department of English Language Teaching (2020-9)
This study set out to investigate the relationship between imagined identities and L2 investments in an in-depth analysis of the three learners’ English learning stories who had diverse motivational profiles in a pre-undergraduate language education program in Turkey. Besides, this inquiry sought to explore the imagined communities informing the policy documents and the program members’ perspectives in order to reveal how their L2-mediated visions interacted with each other. With this purpose in mind, this ...
Citation Formats
D. Apak, “E-Government Applications and Methodologies - Turkey On The E-Government Way,” 2005, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/93145.