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Papers to publish on 2009

My list of previous papers ->http://kerul.blogspot.com/2008/04/my-proceedings.html

These are the list of papers I plan to publish on 2009… Sort of my year resolution.

  1. Design of Malay-Arabic Online Multimedia Dictionary, progress status-100%.
  2. Promoting E-Commerce as an Alternative Business Platform for Business Students, progress status-70%. Changed to "Formal education on E-Commerce".
  3. Students’ Experience in using Blog as a Learning Aid Tool, progress status 90%.
  4. E-Commerce as a Marketing tool for Small Medium Business in Selangor, progress status 0%.
  5. A Documented Experience on Teaching Web Programming for Business Students, progress status 60%.
  6. Common Syntax Errors in Students’ Program while Learning Basic PHP, progress status 0%.
  7. Elements of Gharar in Google AdSense, progress status 10%.
  8. Mobile Interface for Online Malay-Arabic Multimedia Dictionary, progress status 50% (Malay version is done, need to translate to English).

Any interested parties who'd like to collaborate are welcomed.

Comments

  1. Tahniah bos sebab bersemangat nak tulis paper.

    InsyaAllah aku boleh tolong.

    http://syahruln.blogspot.com

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  2. Semangat kena ada dulu, takder semangat, takder harapan, takder kerja...

    ReplyDelete

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