Teaching E-business skills to the non-IT specialist : Supporting self-driven, independent learning using an Active Learning approach Stuart Sanders Senior Lecturer, IBAL/Business School The Problem! Non-specialist student Fast changing problem domain
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Teaching E-business skills to the non-IT specialist : Supporting self-driven, independent learning using an Active Learning approach
Senior Lecturer, IBAL/Business School
Having completed this unit successfully the
student is expected to demonstrate:
For the overall assessment for this unit you are required to produce a prototype E-commerce Web-site for a small/medium sized organization. The Web-site will consist of a number of inter-linked web-pages (probably 4 – 6 in number) and databases. These must include the following components :
All sites must contain all of these components in order to gain a pass grade.
In addition you may consider a number of additional elements of functionality which could be incorporated into the web-site, such as :
3 Principal roles of the lecturer:
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