Course References

 

School of Engineering and Technology (SET)

 

Field of Study: Information and Communications Technologies
 

AT80.01 : Information and Communication Technology Applications: Users and Producers 

AT80.02 : Information and Communication Technology Applications: Project Design

AT80.03 : ICT Applications: Project Implementation

AT80.04 : ICT Applications: Strategies and Technology Road-mapping

AT80.9004 : Selected Topic: Social Software for E-Learning

 

 

AT80.01 : Information and Communication Technology Applications: Users and Producers 
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Ayres, R. (1999). The Essence of Professional Issues in Computing. London : Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)  
2

Korhonen, T. O. and Ainamo, A. (eds.). (2003). Handbook of product and service development in communication and information technology. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic Pub.

TK5102.7 H36 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
3

Maheu, M., Whitten, P. and Ace Allen, A. (2001). E-health, telehealth, and telemedicine: a guide to startup and success. San Francisco , CA : Jossey-Bass.

(Not Available.)  
4

Mälkiä, M. & Savolainen, R. (2004). eTransformation in government, politics and society: conceptual framework and introduction. Hershey, PA : IGI Pub.

(Not Available.)  
5

Salmon, G. (2002). E-tivities: the key to active online learning. London, : Kogan Page.

(Not Available.)  
6

Gi-Soon Song. (2003). The impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on rural households: a holistic approach applied to the case of Lao people's democratic republic. Frankfurt : Peter Lang GmbH.

(Not Available.)

 
7

Tschang, F. T. and Senta, T. D. (eds.). (2001). Access to knowledge: new information technologies and the emergence of the virtual university. Amsterdam :Elsevier.

(Not Available.)

 
8

Vredenburg, K., Isensee, S and Righi, C. (2002). User-centered design : an integrated approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall.

(Being to Process.)

 

 

 

AT80.02 : Information and Communication Technology Applications: Project Design

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Hughes, B. and Cotterell, M. (2002). Software project management. (3rd ed.) London : McGraw-Hill.

QA76.76 D47 C68 2002  
2

Korhonen, T. O. and Ainamo, A. (eds.). (2003). Handbook of product and service development in communication and information technology. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic Pub.

TK5102.7 H36 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
3

Pressman, R. S. (2005). Software engineering practitioner's approach. (6th ed.). New York , MacGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)

 
4

Pressman, R. S. (2010). Software engineering practitioner's approach. (7th ed.). New York , MacGraw-Hill.

  Available Free Online.
5

Whitten, J. L., Bentley, L. D. and Dittman, K. (2004). Systems analysis and design methods. New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)  
6

Whitten, J. L., Bentley, L. D. and Ho. I. T.M. (1996). Systems analysis and design methods. St. Louis, MO : Times Mirror/Mosby College.

QA76.9 S88 W48

 

 

 

AT80.03 : ICT Applications: Project Implementation

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Hughes, B. and Cotterell, M. (2002). Software project management. (3rd ed.) London : McGraw-Hill.

QA76.76 D47 C68 2002  
2

Korhonen, T. O. and Ainamo, A. (eds.). (2003). Handbook of product and service development in communication and information technology. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic Pub.

TK5102.7 H36 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
3

Pressman, R. S. (2005). Software engineering practitioner's approach. (6th ed.). New York , MacGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)

 
4

Pressman, R. S. (2010). Software engineering practitioner's approach. (7th ed.). New York , MacGraw-Hill.

  Available Free Online.
5

Whitten, J. L., Bentley, L. D. and Dittman, K. (2004). Systems analysis and design methods. New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)  
6

Whitten, J. L., Bentley, L. D. and Ho. I. T.M. (1996). Systems analysis and design methods. St. Louis, MO : Times Mirror/Mosby College.

QA76.9 S88 W48

 

 

 

AT80.04 : ICT Applications: Strategies and Technology Road-mapping

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Plaal, R., Farrukh, C. and Proberts, D. (2001). T-plan: the fast start to technology road mapping : planning your route to success. Cambridge : University of Cambridge.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Wiefels, P. (2002). The Chasm Companion: Implementing Effective Marketing Strategies for High-Technology Companies. New York : HarperCollins.

(Not Available.)

 

 

 

AT80.9004 : Selected Topic: Social Software for E-Learning
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Palloff, R. M., and Pratt, K. (1999). Building learning communities in cyberspace : effective strategies for the online classroom. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Preece, J. (2000). Online communities: designing usability and supporting sociability. Chichester, : John Wiley & Sons.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Salmon, G. (2002). E-tivities: the key to active online learning. London, : Kogan Page.

(Not Available.)

 
4

Tschang, F. T. and Senta, T. D. (eds.). (2001). Access to knowledge: new information technologies and the emergence of the virtual university. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

(Not Available.)