Welcome to the home page for the Spring 2006, Digital Government Lecture Series Home Page.

This lecture series (open to the public) will examine information and technology research as it is applied to government agencies. It aims to help us better understand the broader societal questions that must be addressed by those who build and use government information technology.

Lectures: Tuesdays 4-5:30, LH5, The Evergreen State College. Seminars: Thursdays 1-3 or Wednesdays, 10-11:30

For more information, see:

Flier is the fancy Lecture Series flier that you can use to advertise the series to friends, family, or associates.

If you are taking this course for credit and are NOT in Data to Information or Student Originated Software, please come to the organizationa meeting on April 4, at 4pm in LH 5.

If you miss that meeting, contact Richard Weiss weissr@evergreen.edu or Alan Coppola coppolaa@evergreen.edu if you are taking this course for 4 credits and need to attend a Thursday seminar.