Presentation on theme: "E-government and Libraries Dan Stanton Government Information Librarian Arizona State University Libraries."— Presentation transcript:
E-government and Libraries Dan Stanton Government Information Librarian Arizona State University Libraries
What is E-government? User behavior Issues for Libraries E-government resources o Federal o State o Local Librarian resources What we’ll cover
ALA Committee on Legislation E- government Services Subcommittee o E-Government is defined as the use of technology, particularly the Internet, as a means to deliver government services and to facilitate the interaction of the public with government entities. What is E-government?
Pew Internet and American Life Project o Government Online Government Online Online gov usage higher by income and ed No difference between whites, blacks, hispanics Blacks & hispanics - view gov social media + Search engines main guide 50% successful outcome User behavior
Privacy Security Liability Levels of service Issues for Libraries
Federal Depository Libraries Arizona State Library Arizona Library resources Dan Stanton Government Information Librarian Arizona State University https://lib.asu.edu/govdocs
ALA E-government Toolkit - CRL Webinar - Access to Government Information - Access to Government Information: How libraries can continue to ensure sustained access to this information for researchers - 17_sklar.pdf 17_sklar.pdf Government Online - Trends in Online Government - Government-Institute.aspxhttp://www.pewinternet.org/Presentations/2010/Dec/Digital- Government-Institute.aspx Resources used/Questions?