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Electronic Communications for MAEB, BAMLIS. (UQI135H3). Who, where?. Frank Maddix Room 2P21 frank.maddix@uwe.ac.uk. Module Aims. Be aware of current and potential uses: email, WWW, CMC, eCommerce, eLearning… Learn to navigate the Web effectively and develop your own websites

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who where
Who, where?
  • Frank Maddix
  • Room 2P21
  • frank.maddix@uwe.ac.uk
module aims
Module Aims
  • Be aware of current and potential uses: email, WWW, CMC, eCommerce, eLearning…
  • Learn to navigate the Web effectively and develop your own websites
  • Develop criteria for evaluating the usefulness of the WWW in a business context
what will i be able to do
What will I be able to do?
  • Demonstrate familiarity with email systems
  • Understand the difference between email and CMC
  • Describe communications hardware and software
  • Author web pages with HTML and tools
  • Understand what makes a usable website
  • Perform effective Web searches in a business context and evaluate the value of the WWW
learning approaches
Learning approaches
  • A very practical style
  • A portfolio of work:
    • Use of a conferencing system
    • Critical report (e.g. a comparison of software packages that perform the same tasks)
    • An examination.
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