Wednesday, August 26, 2009

This blog features titles selected by undergraduate e-commerce students from University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as part of a course requirement.
The criteria for selection include:
- relevance to the course,
- of great personal interest to the student,
- a book that the student has not previously read, and
- a copyright date of 2005 or later (earlier copyright requires instructor approval)
Beyond these few rules, the only other criterion is that only one student can select a particular book, so once one students selects a book, the 40 of so students have to find another title--you snooze, you lose!
Each student will be invited to be a contributor to the blog, so there will be 40 or so contributors. If you read this blog and are not a student, feel free to make comments to the blog postings. If you are an author, feel free to comment and suggest your title.
TG the course prof.


  1. My favorite e-commerce book is I,m on LinkedIn now what??? LinkedIn is a business/social media site to reconnnect and maintain business contacts; at least that's what I THINK it is. I'll know more after reading the book. It is the book I will use as reference for my social media project as well.

  2. I chose a Create your own website book. Its a How To book like the How To for dummies books. The reviews on were great and thats why I chose to book. However, I am a IS major and am currently taking Business Web Programming. This book is more for beginners and is nothing like what truly goes into a website. It is a great book for people with below average computer schools.