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Designing a Web Page
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This 4 page report briefly discusses some of the basic steps involved in designing a website such as understanding the reason for the website, not reinventing the wheel, offering appropriate information, and connecting with search engines. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWhmpage.rtf

Designing a Web Page for Brigadoon Valley Bookshop
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A 10 page paper discussing web site development. Brigadoon Valley Bookshop is a successful although small, one-location book retailer. It currently seeks to establish a Web presence and enter into e-commerce. The purpose here is to present Brigadoon’s preliminary prototype main page; outline proposed functions for the completed page; review web site accessibility laws in the UK and the US; and assess legal requirements addressing the use of intellectual property. The preliminary prototype page discussed in the paper is available separately. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: KSitBrigadoon.rtf

Designing an E-business Application for Starbucks
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An 8 page paper providing business requirements analysis, use cases and additional requirements (i.e., site navigation, "contact us" information, etc.) for a new online sales application for Starbucks. The plan establishes a new website for ecommerce as well as adding mcommerce capabilities to existing Internet infrastructure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSstarEbiz.rtf

Designing an ICT Learning Program
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This 14 page paper considers how a program can be designed to allow a student to learn in an ICT environment. The paper begins by considering different learning theories, including social constructivism and social cognitive theory and then considers the different models that could be used to create the program, choosing the best for this scenario The final part of the paper then considers how the learning program should be presented. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
Filename: TElernict.rtf

Designing the Physical Network Environment
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A 5 page paper assessing initial plans for establishing the communications network at a new building and location for a small consultancy. The paper discusses hardware and software needs, and urges the planner to build in scalability at the beginning rather than try to expand the network at a later time, when alterations are far more costly. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSitPhysArrg.rtf

Detecting and Preventing Plagiarism
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A 4 page overview of the means that are available to detect and prevent plagiarism. The author of this paper notes the software that is available to help in this task as well as the steps individual instructors can take to gain the familiarity with their student's capabilities that will allow them to guard against plagiarism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPplgrsm.rtf

Developing a Marketing Plan for an Online Jewelry Business
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A 5 page paper which discusses developing a marketing plan for an online store, specifically a jewelry store. Various information is provided which illustrates some of the things to look for, where to start, success stories and other bits of information. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAjewelry.doc

Developing a Web Page for “Eyes R Us”
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This 12 page report discusses the processes involved in the creation of a Website for an organization called “Eyes R Us.” From designers to dentists to dairy farmers, small-business owners are finding that the Web is an affordable and effective way to promote their products and services. Equally important to know with some degree of certainty whether or not a company’s prospective clients go on the Web to research and buy products and services. With the proliferation of software tools promising an easy-yet-professional-looking site in just a matter of hours playing on the home computer, it is easy to assume that there is no reason to hire an expensive “webmaster” or developer to create a site. The keys to successful Web marketing include planning for costs, developing a concept, and product positioning . . . as well as a great Web site. The author of this paper clearly advocates outsourcing the process. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWeyerus.wps


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