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Managing the Digital Enterprise

Managing the Digital Enterprise

"Managing the Digital Enterprise" is open courseware for teaching a university-level course in e-commerce. It delivers all of the content online (text, audio, video). Discussion topics include: design, web metrics, business models, auctions, agents, security, encryption, privacy, and intellectual property, Internet governance and ethics. The site in updated continuously.... Show More


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Marc Miller
Marc Miller (Faculty)
5 years ago
This is a great website, but some of the links are becoming a bit dated. I still love the course!
Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 1 hour
Arnold Carlos Schirmer
11 years ago

Buen material de referencia

Trellany Thomas-Evans
14 years ago
a. This website is not only designed well (e.g., effective layout, easy to navigate, sticky, and aesthetically appealing) but also offers a range of related topics and tools spread over 15 sessions. There are case studies using industry icons such as Amazon, LandsÂ’ End, PayPal, etc) and the site is continuously updated. I would use this course at the undergraduate level.
Time spent reviewing site: 45 minutes
Julie Santiago
Julie Santiago (Faculty)
14 years ago
This is a very informative site that covers more than just the basics of e-commerce. The author provides a ton of extra material in the form of links to other websites. The home page is very well organized with easy entry into each topic.
Cathy Swift
Cathy Swift (Administrator)
17 years ago
This is a great site! There are a lot of little tidbits that can be used for a
number of different classes.
Used in course? Yes
Ivanisa Ferrer
Ivanisa Ferrer (Student)
16 years ago
The site is well designed and visually appealing. I spent about 2 hours reviewing it and specially liked the format of the modules. I found that the interactivity really would allow students to gain an understanding of key concepts.