E-Learning, E-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and E-Government

Hamid R. Arabnia (Redaktør) ; Azita Bahrami (Redaktør) ; Fernando G. Tinetti (Redaktør) ; Leonidas Deligiannidis (Redaktør) ; George Jandieri (Redaktør) ; Ashu M. G. Solo (Redaktør)

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Includes topics such as: Learning and Teaching Methods, e-Learning, and Enterprise Information Systems and Security.



Session: Learning And Teaching Methods, E-Learning + Educational Tools, and Related Issues
1) Students' Perception towards Soft CLIL in the Basque Secondary Schools
2) Exploring the Requirements and Infrastructure to Develop Online Degree Programs
3) Building a Frame-Based Content Generation Approach for APT Prevention Education
4) Using Forensic Images to Teach About White Collar Crime Online
5) Cyber Education - Security For Citizenship
6) KumuCloud: A Cyber Learning Tool
7) Teaching IPAD Forensics Online With a MOOC
8) In-Depth Assessment with Multiple-choice: The Reverse Multiple-choice Method
9) The Development of Technology of Creation and Optimum Planning and Distribution of Resources of Integrated Educational Portal
10) E-Learning Through Social Networking Sites-Case Study Facebook
11) Moving Legacy Device Forensics to an Online Format
Session: E-Government and Issues of Interest to Government, Relevant Agencies, and Public Administration
1) Scrivania: Public Services Execution and Semantic Search
2) Framework of E-government Technical Infrastructure. Case of Estonia
3) Income Inequality and Information Communications Technologies: Causes, Solutions, and One Example
4) The Welcome Brazilian Idea about the United Nations Supporting the Regulation of Internet in Housing Rights, the Probable Failure of this Idea
5) E-governance For Efficient Management To Reduce Corruption: An ICT Driven Paradig
Session: E-Business, E-Commerce, Enterprise Information Systems, and Security
1) How to Create an E-Advertising Domain Model: the AEADS Approach
2) A Three Tier Enterprise Information System
3) The New Exploration of Network Marketing based on 'S.CN'
4) E-Commerce in Saudi Arabia: Acceptance and Implementation Difficulties
5) Exploring Mobile Computing Trends in Saudi Arabia: An Initial Investigation of M-Government and M-Business
6) Digital Divide or Digital Disinterest
Session: Management, Tools, Web, Virtual Communities + Applications, Standards, Policies
1) Novel Design Approach to Build Audit Rule Ontology for Healthcare Decision Support Systems
2) Computing Environments
3) On the Automated Passengers. Authenticated Bus Transit Services in South Africa
4) A Study of Poster and Viewer Participation in SNS
Session: Posters
1) Embracing e-Learning as a Catalyst for Enhancing Program Viability, Marketability, and Curricular Innovation
Session: Late Breaking Papers and Position Papers: E-Learning, E-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and E-Government
1) A Real Time Monitoring System To Measure the Quality of the Italian Public Administration Websites
2) Towards a REST-ful Visualization of Complex Event Streams and Patterns
3) Mobile Government Implementation for Government Service Delivery in Developing Countries: A South Africa Context
4) Using Linked Open Data to Enrich a Corporate Memory of Universities
5) Characteristics of the Operational Dimension for the Bid Process Information System
6) A secure E-Court System for India
7) Analysis and Impact of Bias in Market Research (A behavior-centered Analysis)
8) Correlation of Employee Performance and Electronic Employee Monitoring
9) Integrating WeBWork in Calculus III
10) Automating E-Portfolio Review Processes

Om forfatteren

Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.