E-Business Website Evaluation

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Name e-Business Website Evaluation Due Date Week 4 – Fri, 2013, 5:00 pm Worth 10% (45 marks) Course Objectives This assessment task relates to the following course objectives: • discuss the meaning of e-Commerce from a business and technical perspective • appreciate the business environments conducive to the use of successful e-Commerce applications • compare and report on the types of e-Commerce and their application to business • review the technologies used to deploy an e-Commerce solution • apply an understanding of the development needs of a basic e-Commerce web site using one of these technologies • illustrate understanding of the design, maintenance, business principles and administration of an…show more content…
mobile devices)? u. Does the website provide a sufficient range of payment options as could be reasonably expected? v. Does the website provide a sufficient range of delivery options as could be reasonably expected? 5. Compare and contrast your chosen websites: which website is more likely to be successful than the other, and why? Presentation Please refer to the General guide for the presentation of academic work, available electronically on the universities website. URL: http://www.ballarat.edu.au/generalguide. Present your evaluation in a business or management style report, as outlined in the guide. Submission Please submit an ELECTRONIC copy only via Moodle (Mt Helen students only). Please refer to the “Course Description” for information regarding late assignments, extensions, special consideration, and plagiarism. A reminder all academic regulations can be accessed via the university’s website. URL: http://www.ballarat.edu.au/handbook Assessment Criteria Students work will be assessed upon: • evidence of completion of all tasks including critical analysis of required website attributes, five-point semantic differential evaluation and accompanying justification. Students should use Chaffey’s (2009, p.26) and Schneider (2011, p.7) e-Commerce business model as a framework for identification, categorisation and analysis. A quality discussion will

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