1. Technologies and basics
2. Citizen-centric ubiquitous technologies: Hypermedia technologies, augmented reality, crowdsourcing
3. Social networks and public participation: e-participation, urban social networks, participation 2.0 (surveys, votes, polls), e-booking, e-payments
4. E-services and e-government. Infrastructure to support public services: public safety and emergencies, e-health (telemonitoring, telemedicine, teleassistance), e-education, e-administration
5. Open Government and Open Data: succesful experiences, public-private data collaboration, data protection, data reliability and security
Every professor will propose several works and presentations to be carried out by the students and mark this works accordingly. The final mark will be the weighted mean from the three parts. There will be no exam.
Criteris específics de la nota «No Presentat»:
The "no presentat" mark is only possible if a student does not deliver any work or presentation to the professors.