The International Conference on eParticipation is supported by IFIP WG 8. 5 (Inter- tional Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8. 5 on Information S- tems in Public Administration). Organized annually, it is a show-case for research and practice in the multidisciplinary ?eld of eParticipation. ePart is committed to reviewing research advances and case studies in social and technologicalscienti?c domains, seeking to demonstratenew concepts, methods, styles and enabling technologies of eParticipation. It brings together researchers from a wide range of academic disciplines and provides the scienti?c community with a platform for discussing and advancing the latest research ?ndings. ePart 2010 continued the success of the last ePart conference. The ePart 2009 p- ceedings contained 16 completed, research papers published by Springer in LNCS vol. 5694 and 20 ongoing research, project and development papers published by Trauner Druck. This year the ePart 2010 Springer proceedings brings together 19 completed, c- prehensive research papers from researchers around the globe. The papers have been clustered around the following headings: - Foundations and Visionary - eParticipation Initiatives - Understanding and Evaluating eParticipation - Information and Communication Technologies and eVoting Included in this volume are papers that introduce new participation models based on advanced information and communication technologies, investigate the potential of social networking, present evaluation frameworks and assessment outcomes, critically analyze eParticipation initiatives around the globe, and demonstrate how cutting-edge technology can facilitate eParticipation. von Tambouris, Efthimios und Macintosh, Ann und Glassey, Olivier
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