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MIS 412 Spring 2013. Management of Ecommerce. Class Overview. 2. Office: Somsen 325 Physical classroom: Somsen 301 Virtual classroom: https://umconnect.umn.edu/mis/ Course Web Site: http://course1.winona.edu/ppaulson D2L: https://winona.ims.mnscu.edu/ Tegrity : in D2L

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Mis 412 spring 2013

MIS 412 Spring 2013

Management of Ecommerce


Class overview

Class Overview

2

  • Office: Somsen 325

  • Physical classroom: Somsen 301

  • Virtual classroom: https://umconnect.umn.edu/mis/

  • Course Web Site:

    • http://course1.winona.edu/ppaulson

  • D2L: https://winona.ims.mnscu.edu/

  • Tegrity: in D2L

  • Office hours: on web site

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Instructor background

Instructor Background

3

  • Attorney

  • Mechanical Engineer

  • Operations Manager

  • Business Systems Consultant

  • Professor of MIS

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Instructor s web site

Instructor’s Web Site

4

  • Course materials

  • Homework assignments

  • Reading materials

  • Project information

  • Important announcements

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Course description catalog

Course Description-Catalog

5

  • E-commerce is studied from a managerial perspective. Topics include e-business, web EDI, and business uses of the internet. The influence of technology on collaboration and new business methods is discussed.

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Course description

Course Description

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  • Investigate web site issues important to businesses

  • Investigate current state of web technology

  • Experience and address current web site problems facing businesses and organizations

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Areas of concentration

Areas of Concentration

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  • Understand business issues

  • Understand available technology

  • Familiarization with the tools/software/concepts

  • Evaluate alternate solutions

  • Understand impact of mobile devices

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Materials

Materials

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  • Required-Creating a Web Site: The Missing Manual 3rd Edition- by Matthew MacDonaldISBN-13: 978-1449301729 eBook acceptable

  • Optional-Dreamweaver CS5: The Missing Manualby David McFarland ISBN-13: 978-1449381813eBook acceptable

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Reference materials

Reference Materials

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  • MSDNAA-Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance software

  • MeLB-Microsoft electronic Learning for Business, web based training

  • Atomic Learning-web based training

  • Software, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, Microsoft Expression 4 Studio

  • Files available at:

    • \\store\classes\20135002230\ReadOnly

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Classroom info

Classroom Info

10

  • Somsen 301

  • Bring laptop every day

    • Attendance

    • Homework

  • Work on material in groups

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Attendance and participation

Attendance and Participation

11

  • This course covers material discussed in class, but not in the assigned readings

  • Attendance is expected

  • Attendance, or lack thereof, is a factor in deciding borderline grades

  • Submit attendance for each class!

    • Your responsibility, no second chance!

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Project 1 assignment web site

Project 1-Assignment Web Site

12

  • Create and maintain a web site for submitting your assignments

  • Learn to work with HTML and the Internet

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Project 2 web project

Project 2- Web Project

13

  • Analyze business web site

  • Develop problem statement

  • Document work

  • Propose initial solution

  • Obtain feedback

  • Propose final solution

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Assignments

assignments

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  • Assigned readings

    • To focus on main course topics

    • Develop written communication skills

  • No emailed assignments, no print outs

  • Late assignments are penalized

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Exam notice

Exam Notice

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  • Before final exam make sure that you have WSU network access and that you can connect to:

  • \\store\classes\20135002230\

  • Why? This is where you get exam files!

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Final

Final

16

  • Written, 2 hours

  • Cumulative, test knowledge of information technology project concepts

  • Open book, open notes

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Grading

Grading

17

  • Grading will be based on:

    • 5%Project 1

    • 20% Project 2

    • 5%Meaningful class attendance & participation

    • 30%Assignments

    • 10%Midterm

    • 30%Final

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Final grade

Final Grade

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  • Based on 100 total points

  • A 90% or greater

  • B 80 to 89%

  • C 70 to 79%

  • D 60 to 69%

  • F less than 59%

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Grading1

Grading

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  • Late Assignments are penalized!

  • No extra credit

  • No make-up exams!

  • Professor Paulson does not give out grades

  • Students earn grades!

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