Electronic Commerce Overview
Spring 2000


Queen's Executive MBA Centre, Ottawa
350 Albert Street (near Kent), Suite 220
tel: 566 3622 (emergencies only)

The Institute for Government Information Professionals
Place du Portage, Phase III, Tower B, 1E
11 Laurier St. Hull, Quebec K1A 0S5
tel: 956-2520 or 956-6312

Daily schedule for each day of each module:

8:30 -12:00 - class time
12:00 - 1:00 - Lunch (provided)
1:00 - 5:00 - class time

Module Web Pages

Course coordinator: Andrew Rau-Chaplin (arc@cs.dal.ca)
1. Business Issues for E-commerce, April 17/18

Sunny Marche (module coordinator
Sunny.Marche@dal.ca), Phil McLellan

2. Technology for E-commerce, May 15/16

Andrew Rau-Chaplin, Carolyn Watters,
Evangelos Milios (module coordinator and webmaster,

3. Policy Issues for E-commerce,
*new dates and venue*:
June 19 and 20 at the Institute

Michael Deturbide (Michael.Deturbide@dal.ca)

The Class

Class List

Group List

Questions & Answers

Winter 2000 Course



Instructors' biographies

Course evaluation (project & assignments)

Technical Issues

How to use your Dalhousie computer account

How to password protect your group web site

For technical help on your Dalhousie computer account, please contact the Help Desk. Their e-mail address is cshelp@cs.dal.ca and their telephone number is (902) 494-2593.

New Networking Information for the Queen's MBA centre (rtf format)

On-line References

Daltech Library Computer Science POP (point of presence) (contains links to the Computer Science ejournals, indexes, full text databases for home, office or library access).
Note: If you wish to access the online library subscriptions to IEEE and ACM digital libraries, and if you use Internet Explorer (IE) as your main browser, we recommend that you download the Netscape browser and use it for your library access via proxy, as explained under "Trying to connect from home" in the POP above. IE proxy setup can sometimes interfere with other settings of the browser.

IEEE/IEEE Electronic Library Online
ACM Digital Library
ResearchIndex: the NECI scientific literature digital library

Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library (NCSTRL)
Google Northern Light Power Search
How to cite electronic documents

Faculty of Graduate Studies - Dalhousie University

Admission into a future Master's degree program is subject to approval of each applicant by the Faculty of Graduate Studies of Dalhousie University on the basis of a fully completed application form, including official transcripts for previous university education and letters of reference. Successful completion of the Electronic Commerce Overview (ECMM 6000) does not guarantee admission into the degree program. However, successful applicants will apply ECMM 6000 towards their degree requirements.