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01_Innovative Approach to the Design of Business Games of Maritime Specialists Training.pdfDownload 
02_Formation of Professional Analytical Competence of Specialists in Maritime Transportation during the Training Process through Business Games.pdfDownload 
03_The Impact of Modern Technologies on Maritime Training and Research.pdfDownload 
04_Application of the Keller Plan to Marine Education in the 21st Century.pdfDownload 
05_The Annual General Assembly at 15 A Look Back and a Look Forward.pdfDownload 
06_Compliance to Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Standards Among Motorboarts Plying Iloilo and Guimaras Islands.pdfDownload 
07_Human Rights at Sea Exploring an Agenda for the Future.pdfDownload 
08_On a Lookout Beyond STCW Seeking Standards and Context for the Authentic Assessment of Seafarers.pdfDownload 
09_Innovative Manoeuvring Support From Today's Shipboard Organizational Structures to Shore Controlled Autonomous Ships.pdfDownload 
10_Enhancement of Non-Technical Skills Training for Deck Officers.pdfDownload 
11_Interim Results of a Longitudinal Study Into the Perceptions of Bridge Team Management (BTM) in Pilotage Waters as Experiences by Deck Officers.pdfDownload 
12_Simulator Programs (2-D and 3-D) Influence on Learning Process of BSMT and BSMAR-E Students at Maritime University Phillippines.pdfDownload 
13_Lived Experiences of Maritime Cadets Their First Encounter Onboard Multicrewing Vessels.pdfDownload 
14_Reviewing Human Resources Development Strategies of Merchant Navy Seafarers in South Africa and Australia.pdfDownload 
15_Successful Recruiting Potential Lessons from the Canadian Navy.pdfDownload 
16_A Case Analysis of Philippine Transmarine Carriers.pdfDownload 
17_Discovering the Unexploited Skills of Dual Ship Officers.pdfDownload 
18_Could Introducing Simulation Into Mandatory STCW Short Course Programs Be an Innovative Approach to Assessing Competence.pdfDownload 
19_Constanta Maritime University's Role in Training Future Romanian Officers.pdfDownload 
20_Investigate the Possible Impacts f Differential Seafarers' Career Progression on Seafarer Competence in China.pdfDownload 
21_Trends in the Training of Maritime Personnel Professional vs. Academic Education.pdfDownload 
22_Crisis Management Through Behavioural Approach of Personality.pdfDownload 
23_Marine Trasnportation Application of Risk-Based Decision Making.pdfDownload 
24_Adapting Maritime Education and Training (MET) Courses to the Digital Brains of the Millennial Generations.pdfDownload 
25_Teaching Leadership A Model for Embedding Effective Leadership Practices in the Academic Classroom.pdfDownload 
26_Swiss Cheese, Butterflies and Algebra Looking Ahead at an Innovative Approach for Researching Culture and Safety.pdfDownload 
27_Distance Learning at the Turkish Maritime Education.pdfDownload 
28_Towards the Creation of Formal, Auditable Standard for the Delivery of Distance Learning and E-Learning Programs for Mariners.pdfDownload 
29_Flexible On Country Training for Indigenous Seafarers.pdfDownload 
30_Distance Education for Seafarer Students Survey of Seafaring Community.pdfDownload 
31_Outcomes-Based Accreditation of a Mritime Business Program.pdfDownload 
32_Making a Splash in the Classroom Maritime Education in Non-Licensed Majors.pdfDownload 
33_Learning Pathways for 21st Century Seaport Managers.pdfDownload 
34_Maritime Studies at Postgraduate Level in Croatia.pdfDownload 
35_Ships of Change Why Seafaring Needs to Embrace Innovation.pdfDownload 
36_Bringing Out the Optimum in Maritime Education and Training Enhancing Quality in Maritime Education and Training.pdfDownload 
37_Challenging the Current Paradigms of Seafarer Training and Careers.pdfDownload 
38_The New Maritime Engineering Education at the Technical University of Denmark.pdfDownload 
39_Employment of Project Oriented Approach in Training of Marine Engineers.pdfDownload 
40_Essentiality and Practicability of Engine Room Simulator (Ers) Training Course Onboard Ship.pdfDownload 
41_Collaborative Learning and its Impact on the Resilie ce Quotient and Academic Performance of Maritime Students.pdfDownload 
42_Maritime International Exchange (MIX) Designing Blended, Applicaition-Forcused Exchange Programs to Increase Cros-Cultural learning.pdfDownload 
43_Cooperation Projects in Maritime Education.pdfDownload 
44_Let Numbers Speak Cultural Awareness, Job Opporunity and the International Student Exchange Program Between Maritime Universities.pdfDownload 
45_Safety Enhancement in Maritime Transportation SEAHOURSE Project.pdfDownload 
46_Integrated Test Bed for Save and Efficient Maritime Systems.pdfDownload 
47_Resizing Study of Main and Auxiliary Engines of the Container Vessels and their Contribution to the Reduction of Fuel Consumption and GHG.pdfDownload 
48_Active Method to Manage the Use of Fuel Oil Onboard of Ships.pdfDownload