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Project 144742-TEMPUS-2008-DE-JPHES

"Educational Centers' Network on Modern

Technologies of Local Governing"

Tempus programme

Joint European project





4th Workshop for course developers

Germany, Koblenz-Landau University. Summer Academy 2010

21 June - 16 July, 2010

CONTENTS

Introduction ECESIS – a project aimed at increase of knowledge

of local administration staff in the sphere of information

management …………………………….……………………….….5

I. Educational programs for state employees: international cooperation experience

S.V. Chernyshenko, Koblenz-Landau University, Germany

K.I. Kyrychenko, Sumy State University, Ukraine…………………..7

ІІ. University of Koblenz-Landau.

Summer Academy 2010………………………………….……….12

II.1 List of „ECESIS“ Project participants of Summer

Academy 2010 at Koblenz-Landau University………….…………21

II.2 TIME-TABLE. ECESIS Meetings & Lectures…..……………24

^ III. Training sources

Systems Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

Prof. Serge V. Chernyshenko………………………………………28

eGovernment: Towards Mobile Applications in the

Public Sector (Vertiefung Verwaltungsinformatik)

Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer………………………………………..90

Digital Rights Management. E1: Development of the Digital Economy

R. Grimm, IT Risk Management, University of Koblenz………….132

Digital Rights Management. E2: Electronic Commerce

R. Grimm, IT Risk Management, University of Koblenz………….160

Digital Rights Management. E3: Virtual Goods

R. Grimm, IT Risk Management, University of Koblenz…………197

Development of Electronic Government in Ukraine

S.Y. Terletska, Lviv Regional State Administration

K.I. Kyrychenko, Sumy State University, Ukraine………………..228


Introduction

ECESIS – project aimed at the increase of level of knowledge of the local administration staff in the sphere of information management.

Project ECESIS - "Educational Centers' Network on Modern Technologies of Local Governing" was prepared in 2008 by the initiative group which included several universities from Germany, Poland and Ukraine. At the end of the year 2008 it was selected by European Commission for financial support as a result of expert evaluation.

The main objective of the project is to implement European methods of information management into practice of local government institutions in partner countries (Ukraine, Russia, Moldova and Armenia); organization of constantly operating centers for retraining, development of curricula in information management and foreign (European) languages for state employees.

The project is coordinated by Professor Troitzsch of Koblenz-Landau University (Germany), who actively works in the sphere of organization of international cooperation in frames of the TEMPUS program. Unlike previous projects, where number of participants included 3-5 members, this project is considered to be multinational (8 countries and 2 more countries represented by experts), involving totally 19 partners.


^ PROJECT PARTNERS:

I. EU UNIVERSITIES:

1. Koblenz-Landau University (KLU), Germany - contractor;

2. Universidad de Valladolid (UV), Spain;

3. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (Lublin, Poland);

4. Technical University of Kosice (TUKE), Slovakia;

^ II. CIS UNIVERSITIES:

5. Moscow State Regional University (MSU), Russia;

6. Tambov State University (TSU), Russia;

7. Sumy State University (SSU), Ukraine;

8. Lviv National University (LNU), Ukraine;

9. Dnipropetrovsk National University (DNU), Ukraine;

10. Comrat State University – CSU (Moldova);

11. Yerevan State University (YSUA);

12. Yerevan Academy of Fine Arts (YSAFA), Armenia;

^ III. MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION OF CIS UNIVERSITIES

13. Ministry of Education of Moscow Region (Russia);

14. Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science;

15. Armenian Ministry of Education and Science, Presidential Administration of Armenia;

IV. LOCAL GOVERNING AUTHORITIES OF CIS COUNTRIES

16. Tambov State Regional Administration (TSA), Russia;

17. Sumy State Regional Administration (SSRA), Ukraine;

18. Lviv State Regional Administration (LSA), Ukraine;

19. Dnipropetrovsk State Regional Administration (DRA), Ukraine;

Besides, activity in frames of this project involves associated partners who represent local administrations missing from the point of view of geographical position:

1. Regional Administration of Dmytrov district of Moscow region (Russia);

2. Executive Committee of Autonomous Territorial Unit of Găgăuzia (Moldova);

3. Municipality of Yerevan (Armenia).

Associated partners can’t get the direct support from the project, but they plan to actively participate in implementation of its results.

І. Educational programs for state employees: international cooperation experience

S.V. Chernyshenko, Koblenz-Landau University, Germany;

^ K.I. Kyrychenko, Sumy State University, Ukraine

Project “ECESIS” focused on retraining of state employees is coming to an end. It is time to make certain conclusions, size up the situation and specify objectives for the last half of a year.

In general the main tasks and objectives of the project didn’t undergo evident changes. There was only an insignificant correction made for the deadlines of few deliverables. Certainly, problems appeared, but they were usually of local character so there was no need to change direction of project activities. In everyday work management is remarkable for its flexibility and necessity to communicate a lot and solve problems in the “manual mode” taking into account the impossibility of precise long-term planning in the partner countries. Step by step we achieve project outcomes though observing some 2 months lag caused mainly by the centers’ opening delay at few universities (Tambov State University, Dnepropetrovsk National University) and insufficient tempo of certain courses’ development.

Among 19 participants of the project there are more or less active partners. The leaders among universities of partner countries are Moscow State Regional University (Russian Federation) and Sumy State University (Ukraine). Comrat State University (Moldova), Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts (Armenia) and Lviv National University (Ukraine) also hold an active position in project activities. Among Ministries the most active is Armenian, less active – Ukrainian and even less - Moscow Regional. Here we have faced a huge problem – low activeness among Russian state employees stipulated by the risk of being accused of latent corruption. Among local administrations the most active is Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration followed by Lviv and Sumy Administrations.

Passive participants were paid special attention; apart from the activities of the initial schedule special meetings for the representatives of local authorities and ministries were appointed and held at the time convenient for them.

Among EU participants the contractor of the project Koblenz-Landau University is the major executive. One of the most active players is Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (Poland) that has arranged seminar for young trainers in November 2009 and is responsible for project educational Internet-sources. Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia) also takes an important part in the project realization. It participates in all coordination meetings within the project activity and has organized training for teachers in April 2010. University of Valladolid (Spain) has conducted staff retraining in January 2010.

The possibility for beneficiaries to use the project deliverables is really great. All the project working-outs (materials of trainings, educational programs developed by the international groups etc.) are available for project participants. There are seven brochures published during the project life-time containing the current information. In the framework of the program of regional centers’ opening all universities from partner countries receive necessary equipment. A number of academic staff has already been retrained in EU.

One of the side effects of the project is establishment of close partner relationships between participating universities. First, the cooperation agreements between Moscow, Tambov, Sumy and Dnepropetrovsk universities on the one hand and Koblenz-Landau University, University of Valladolid, Maria Curie-Sklodowska on the other have been already signed or are in the process of signing. Second, close professional partnership was established between trainers from different countries - representatives of working groups established for development of educational courses. Many of them used to apply for organization of special work meetings for developers in one the partner countries. As a rule, project administration tried to comply with such requests.

All introduced as well as still planned project actions are internally and politically supported by local authorities as they are active participants of the project. Development of the system of professional retraining of state employees and international cooperation in this field contribute to the institutional development of partner countries. The project promotes solution of social and cultural problems both directly (by improvement of professional and cultural level of trainers and officials involved in the project) and indirectly (by means of elevating educational and public services). There is no special accent put upon the gender factor, although nearly 50% of all the participants are females (for instance, there are 7 women among 15 official contact persons).

There are economical, financial and social capabilities of the educational institutions who participate in the project to use the obtained results. Activity of the Centers will be integrated into the existing and successfully working system of postgraduate education. Even pilot groups’ training will be financed partly by the project; the majority of universities have already defined the algorithm of further sustainable work of the Centers.

Educational programs in IT and management are being modernized at the university level due to the project and partnership of EU and partner countries colleagues. Although these programs are basically aimed at retraining of public servants, the accumulated materials will be used for student training educational programs.

With no doubt, establishment of the Centre with new courses for local government representatives enhances the prestige of participating universities at regional and national levels. Realization of the project contributes to the modernization of university education, development of new teaching style and promotion of life-long learning techniques.

The project assists the cooperation between university and local authority which themselves offer jobs for graduates and also represent such important players of labor market as employment centers, services for support of entrepreneurship etc.

It was already mentioned above that project management is rather flexible that is in our opinion enormously required for realization of projects with participation of partner countries where general situation is often unstable and participants have little opportunity for long-term planning.

The current publication is dedicated to a new action within the project – Summer Academy on information management 2010 organized in Koblenz. Along with young trainers among the participants of the Academy there were representatives of first pilot groups of retrained state employees who had preliminary training in Moscow, Sumy, Lviv, Comrat and Yerevan. The new stage of their training under the guidance of experienced German professors will certainly produce a positive impact for development of their professional career.

ІІ. University of Koblenz-Landau. Summer Academy 2010



The University of Koblenz-Landau is one of the youngest universities in Germany. It was transformed from a teachers' training college in 1990. Since then the number of students in the university has increased considerably.

The university's academic profile today is marked by a combination of Computer Science and Psychology together with the traditional Departments of Education, the Humanities, and Natural Science.

The university unites the Rhineland and the Palatinate regions: There is one campus in Koblenz, in the middle of the beautiful Rhine valley, and one campus in sunny Landau in the south of Rhineland-Palatinate. All together, there are about 13,000 students, 500 lecturers and 400 staff members.

The University stresses on further education and offers wide array of graduate programmes and various other courses in department of Education, Humanities and Natural Science. Many interdisciplinary research projects are also on the offer by the university. Koblenz campus offers courses in Education, Philology, Natural Sciences and Computer Science. Landau campus also offers similar courses with the exception of Computer Science, which is substituted by Psychology.

The library of University of Koblenz-Landau is highly developed. Along with conventional printed books, the library is a storehouse of resources in the electronic media.































^ II.1 List of „ECESIS“ Project participants of

Summer Academy 2010 at Koblenz-Landau University


  1. Klaus G. Troitzsch – Koblenz-Landau University, Germany.

  2. Chernyshenko Sergei – Koblenz-Landau University, Germany.

  3. Traytak Sergei - Moscow State Regional University.

  4. Weindorf-Sysoeva Maryna - Moscow State Regional University.

  5. Khapaeva Svetlana – Moscow State Regional University.

  6. Ryabichenko Sergey – Moscow State Regional University.

  7. Kuznetsov Viacheslav – Moscow State Regional University.

  8. Obydenkov Juriy – Moscow State Regional University.

  9. Zheltenkov Alexandr – Moscow State Regional University.

  10. Zenkova Natalia – Tambov State University.

  11. Lyubchak Vladimir – Sumy State University.

  12. Kyrychenko Konstantin – Sumy State University.

  13. Illiashenko Nataliia – Sumy State University.

  14. Lavryk Sergii – Sumy Regional State Administration.

  15. Petukhov Volodymyr – Sumy Regional State Administration.

  16. Yemelyanenko Tatyana – Dnepropetrovsk National University.

  17. Pritomanova Olga – Dnepropetrovsk National University.

  18. Martynenko Vasyl – Dnepropetrovsk National University.

  19. Demchik Olexandr – Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration.

  20. Nabokov Anatoli – Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration.

  21. Sklyar Vladislav – Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration.

  22. Moloshna Olena – Dnepropetrovsk Regional State Administration.

  23. Kukharsky Vitaliy – Lviv National University.

  24. Kozhan Yuriy – Lviv National University.

  25. Savula Yarema – Lviv National University.

  26. Zanko Yurii – Lviv National University.

  27. Terletska Svitlana – Lviv Regional State Administration.

  28. Chaykivska Natalia – Lviv Regional State Administration.

  29. Semenjuk Katerina – Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science.

  30. Danielyan Natalya – Yerevan State University.

  31. Arakelyan Seda – Yerevan State University.

  32. Aglyan Vahagn – Yerevan State University.

  33. Kalashyan Vache – Yerevan State University.

  34. Ghukasyan Gayane – Yerevan State University.

  35. Aghasyan Zhasmen – Yerevan State University.

  36. Minasyan Nune – Yerevan State Academy of Fine Art.

  37. Karakhanyan Susanna – Yerevan State Academy of Fine Art.

  38. Melikyan Sasunik – Armenian Ministry of Education.

  39. Topchan Ruben – Armenian Ministry of Education.

  40. Fedotova Ljudmila – Comrat State University.

  41. Iovciu Mihail – Comrat State University.



^ II.2 TIME-TABLE.

ECESIS Meetings & Lectures

Monday, 21.06.2010

08:30 – 09:30 Welcome of the participants.

11:00 – 12:00 Registration.

Discussion of the schedule. Current problems with accommodation, etc.

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.


Tuesday, 22.06.2010

08:30 – 10:00 Lecture of PD Dr. Gregor J. van der Beek.

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.


Wednesday, 23.06.2010

08:30 – 10:00 Lecture of PD Dr. Gregor J. van der Beek.

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.


Thursday, 24.06.2010

08:30 – 10:00 Lecture of PD Dr. Gregor J. van der Beek.

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Friday, 25.06.2010

08:30 – 10:00 Lecture of PD Dr. Gregor J. van der Beek.

10:00 – 11:30 German language course.

Getting to know each other – asking for and giving personal information.

 Saying hello & goodbye, introducing yourself, “Du” or “Sie”?

13:00 – 15:00 Coordination meeting.

Discussion of current situation. Opening the last centres. Dissemination.

Lecture of Sergey Traytak on Tempus Celebration in Moscow.

Lecture of Maryna Weindorf-Sysoeva.

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.


Saturday, 26.06.2010 Sunday, 27.06.2010

Excursion


Monday, 28.06.2010

15:00 – 16:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

17:00 – 18:30 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.


Tuesday, 29.06.2010

08:00 – 12:00 Lecture Prof. Troitzsch, Klaus G.


Wednesday, 30.06.2010

15:00 – 19:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Thursday, 01.07.2010

08:30 – 10:00 German language course.

Days, months and seasons - describing activities.

15:00 – 17:30 Coordination meeting.

Discussion of first group's training. Questionnaire for civil servants.


Friday, 02.07.2010

12:30 – 14:30 Lecture of Prof. Troitzsch, Klaus G. and Prof. Chernуshenko V. Serge.

System Analysis and Mathematical Modelling.

14:30 – 17:30 Lecture of PD Dr. Gregor J. van der Beek.

Saturday, 03.07.2010Sunday, 04.07.2010


Monday, 05.07.2010 Wednesday, 07.07.2010

Excursion


Thursday, 08.07.2010

08:30 – 10:00 German language course.

Asking questions. Talking on the phone.

13:00 – 19:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Friday, 09.07.2010

08:00 – 12:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.

13:00 – 19:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Saturday, 10.07.2010 Sunday, 11.07.2010

Excursion

Monday, 12.07.2010

08:00 – 12:00 Lecture of Prof. Troitzsch, Klaus G.

Research Methods in IS.

15:00 – 19:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Tuesday, 13.07.2010

08:00 – 12:00 Lecture of Prof. Troitzsch, Klaus G.

Research Methods in IS.

15:00 – 17:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.

Wednesday, 14.07.2010

13:00 – 17:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Thursday, 15.07.2010

13:00 – 17:00 Lecture of Prof. Dr. Maria A. Wimmer.

Enterprise Architecture.


Friday, 16.07.2010

08:00 – 9:30 German language course.

German(y) and the world –German language and culture.

10:00 – 12:00 Coordination meeting.

Discussion of first group's training. Questionnaire for civil servants.

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