Curriculum Guides
This is a e-commerce curriculum guide from the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies. The curriculum is built for a college course, the goal of the curriculum is to help provide skills to give students immediate employment after college.

This is an overview of the Illinois Central College curriculum for e-commerce. It contains objectives for a ecommerce course.

“e-commerce - evolution” – This is a short video on the evolution of ecommerce. It is a great little video that is interesting. It provides a lot of information in a short time frame (6:52). It is fairly modern and it focuses on how e-commerce has changed over the past 15 years.

“The Crazy Messed-Up World of E-Commerce” – This series of videos pokes fun at the world of ecommerce and how some simple things can be so very complicated on the internet. The videos are quite short and if teaching on these subjects could be great little segways.

Online Resources
About.com is a site that has pages based on subjects. On the pages there are articles related to the subject. This is the page for e-commerce. It has many articles on the subject and can be a great resource for information on the subject of ecommerce.
“The E-Commerce Times” is an online paper featuring plenty of articles on the topic of ecommerce. This site could be used to find articles to bring into the classroom.

This is a blog dedicated to providing links to online resources on the topic of e-commerce. It is a great site to browse to find tools for teaching the subject of e-commerce.

This is a game based around advertising on the internet. It is a game and does not reflect real earnings. In the game the user goes through the process of having ads on the internet. How to place them, making connections, making deals and making money. It is a good simulation game that is free to play on the net.

This paper offers a curriculum and pedagogy for teaching e-commerce. After discussing the need for future practitioners to learn this new model of business, the paper offers a course calendar and methodology for teaching this critical subject. Exhibits to the paper direct the reader to ecommerce textbooks, syllabi, tutorials, slides, case studies, and the major academic e-commerce centers. The paper concludes by discussing how e commerce will most likely be taught in future years.

Lesson Plans
In this lesson, students analyze the impact that e-commerce has in their community, as well as in small traditional communities that one might not expect to be part of the dot-com marketplace.

In this lesson, students explore the recent hacker attacks on e-commerce sites by comparing and contrasting security issues in traditional commerce and e-commerce companies, determining solutions for security issues that face both types of companies, and assessing which type of company is more secure.