|Onderwijs:||Het vak INFOMSAEB wordt in 2013/2014 niet aangeboden.|
|Nota bene:||Er is geen recente vakbeschrijving beschikbaar.|
Onderstaande tekst is een oude vakbeschrijving uit collegejaar 2010/2011
|Inhoud:||This is a two period course, stretching from period 3 (4 ECTS) to period 4 (3.5 ECTS) of the academic year 2010/2011. This course was formerly known as: Summerschool Slovenia.
- E-business and BPM concepts
- Design and prototyping of an innovative e-business/bpm concept
E-business and web 2.0 papers (provided during the seminar)
|Werkvorm:||The number of students able to attend this seminar is limited. Students interested in this course should write a motivation letter in which to mention at least their:|
- attitude towards e-business, bpm and web 2.0
- attitude of entrepreneurship and creativeness
- ideas for attrackting sponsors
- experience and ability to work in teams with fellow students (from different backgrounds and levels)
- international attitude
Selected students will participate in:
|Toetsvorm:||Grade determined by: 1) attendance of workshops 2) quality of poster presentation 3) prototype (design, technical complexity, innovativeness, relation to e-business, revenue/business model)|
|Inspanningsverplichting voor aanvullende toets:||Om aan de aanvullende toets te mogen meedoen moet de oorspronkelijke uitslag minstens 4 zijn.|
|Beschrijving:||Seminar Advances in e-business is a two-period course (7.5 ECTS in total) that goes beyond traditional lecturing. In workshops e-business and bpm details will be discussed; in cooperation with a consultancy firm, a newly developed procurement assessment tool will be validated. Moreover, practical experience with a specific e-business tool (E-sourcing tool) will be practiced. Finally an idea for e-business/bpm innovative software will be worked out into a prototype that will be presented at the so-called Rene W. Wagenaar Student Bazaar of the Bled eConference in Slovenia (www.bledconference.nl).
Creativity is an essential competence for students applying for this course.
Space is limited in this course, and as a consequence students are asked, when registering for this course, to write a motivation letter to email@example.com. Please send such a letter before 1 February 2011. In this letter, please mention at least:
See last year's students blog for an impression.