Business, Information Technology and Society

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On-line resources

The following is only a very small list of web sites not referred to in the bibliography. A more complete and systematic list is available online at www.bournemouth.ac.uk/businessschool/staff/stansey/businessITsociety

Please feel free to email the author with queries or comments on this book at stansey@bournemouth.ac.ukand/or steve@thetanseyfamily.org

Business Education Resources: www.biz.ed.ac.uk

BPR Online Learning Center: www.prosci.com (indexes many articles on Business Process Reengineering and Change Management)

British Government Information Portal: www.ukonline.gov.uk (also indexes local government sites)

British Association for Open Learning: www.baol.co.uk

Business On Line (UK Government: site including 100 case studies of business use of IT): www.ukonlineforbusiness.gov.uk

Confederation of British Industry: www.cbi.org.uk

Daily technology news on-line: www.vnunet.com

European Union: www.europa.eu.int

Families of SMA (United States): www.fsma.org

Information Commissioner (Data Protection and Freedom of Information in the UK): www.dataprotection.gov.uk

Internet news service: www.internetworld.com

Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (Britain): www.jtsma.org.uk

Guardian Newspaper: www.guardian.co.uk

London School of Economics and University College London research on British Government use of the web: www.governmentontheweb.org

Open University (UK) research and practice to illuminate the theme of e-learning: www.kmi.open.ac.uk/knowledgeweb

Silicon ebusiness news service: www.silicon.com

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