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Introduction to Electronic Commerce Course

Introduction to Lecturer Course goals Course overview Course outline Assessment schema Student tasks Academic policy

Introduction to Lecturer
Name: To Thanh Hai Contacts: Email: Mobile: 01268 586 786 Skype: tthaihs

Introduction to Lecturer (contd)

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Course Goals
Students will be able to understand:
E-Commerce and E-Marketplaces Internet Consumer Retailing Business-to-Business E-Commerce Other EC Models and Application EC Support Services EC Strategy and Implementation

Course overview
Length of course: 4 weeks (2 blocks) Number of credits: 3 Number of slots: 30:
Lectures: 12.5 slots Tutorials/Labs: 17.5 slots

Textbook: Electronic Commerce 2012, 7th Ed,

Efraim Turban 2012

Tools: e-mail:, MS Office,


Course Outline

Assessment Schema
1) Ongoing assessment:
03 Progress tests: 01 Assignment 01 Presentation

30% 30% 10%

2) Final Examination


3) Completion Criteria: Final Result >=5 & Final Exam Score >=4

Student tasks
Attend more than 80% of contact hours in order to be accepted to the final examination Read specified-by-instructor materials for a chapter in advance, before the chapter lecture sessions. Fulfill tasks given by instructor after class Complete assignments and submit on time Use their own laptop in class only for learning purpose

Student tasks (contd)

Access the course website:

for up-to-date information and material of the course, for online supports from teachers and other students and for practicing and assessment.


FPT-University Academic policy

Cheating, plagiarism and breach of copyright are serious offenses under this Policy.

Cheating during a test or exam is construed as talking, peeking at another students paper or any other clandestine method of transmitting information.

Plagiarism is using the work of others without citing it; that is, holding the work of others out as your own work.

Breach of Copyright
If you photocopy a textbook without the copyright holder's permission, you violate copyright law.



Presentation Topics
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Frameworks for developing e-commerce apps Security for e-commerce apps Online Payment Services Social Commerce E-Auction Shopping cart by example E-government by example E-learning by example Fraud Protection