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Research on Electronization of Social Organizations:The Cases of Kaohsiung City

by Liao, Wen-Chih

Abstract (Summary)
Under the promotion of the E-government¡¦s policy, and people generally enhance the quality of information, the E-society organizations have been hit the mainstream. Therefore, how to digitize the social organizations, and solve the obstacles of eletronization, will become every society organizations have to face the problem. As a result, the goal of this study is try to understand that social organizations electronization of the current situation, and difficult process. This study adopts the interview law. First of all, observation the use of the website of welfare organizations in Kaohsiung , as the body electronization of the preliminary understanding of the situation, and then through face-to-face interviews with eight members of social organizations, understanding the status of electronization, process and the difficulties. Study found that the current social organizations in the past used the information has been gradually disappearing, but some community organizations obtain equipment faster, some slower. And the earliest projects of electronization is the most common and most effective use of the word processing .Currently, the management of information, most of them are staffs, still luck of full-time IT staffs. At present the E-society organizations, mainly due to outside influence, particularly the E line with the Government's policy. Impact on society organizations electronization of the main difficulties are: 1. The lack of understanding of information technology, 2. Hardware and software for equipment, 3. The staff are not operating smoothly.
Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Ming-sho Ho; Hong-zen Wang; Wen-Hui, Anna, Tang

School:National Sun Yat-Sen University

School Location:China - Taiwan

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:information literacy access electronization social organization

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Date of Publication:08/28/2008

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