Instructional Technologies: Cognitive Aspects of Online Programs

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Paul Darbyshire
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
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E-Commerce and M-Commerce Technologies explores the emerging area of mobile commerce. The chapters in this book look specifically at the development of emerging technologies and their application in Internet commerce. From E-business to mobile database developments, this book offers a compilation of readings that will prove useful to individuals and organizations in the academic study and research surrounding mobile commerce as well as in the practical application of these technologies.
 

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Contents

Customer Relationship Management on Internet and Mobile Channels An Analytical Framework and Research Directions
1
Wireless Technologies and Mobile Commerce
31
Presenting Large and Complex Information Sets on Mobile Handhelds
32
Mobile Payments MPayments An Exploratory Study of Emerging Issues and Future Trends
57
Motivations and Barriers to the Adoption of 3G Mobile Multimedia Services An End User Perspective in the Italian Market
80
Impact of Mobile and Wireless Technologies on Developing Countries
96
Technologies and Applications for Digital Business
116
An Introduction in Digital Watermarking Applications Principles and Problems
117
Rates of Change in Ad hoc Networks
166
Electronic Commerce Issues and Applications
184
Loyalty Differences in the Effect of Negative Critical Incidents and Quality Attributes Satisfaction An Empirical Study of Online Shopping
185
Benefits and Difficulties of Internet Use in Hotels and Its Effects According to the Facilities Rank Property Size Managers Age and Experience
207
A Reverse Auction Case Study The Final Chapter
230
About the Authors
253
Index
260
Copyright

Integrated Domain Model for Digital Rights Management
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