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01_BULGARIAN VESSEL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEM AND EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF TS PERSONNEL IN BULGARIA.pdfDownload
02_THE INVESTIGATION OF MARITIME SECTOR LABOUR MARKET NEEDS AS BASE FOR CONCEPTION OF MET IN ESTONIA.pdfDownload
03_WILL CHANGED REGULATIONS IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING, MAKE FOR SAFER SHIPS AND SHIP CREWS, A CRITICAL REFLECTION.pdfDownload
04_FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TEACHING PRACTICES THAT INSTILL LEADERSHIP OF THE SELF.pdfDownload
05_MODERNIZING AND HARMONIZING MARITIME EDUCATION IN MONTENEGRO AND ALBANIA MARED PROJECT.pdfDownload
06_TTECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE MARITIME CLASSROOM.pdfDownload
07_RESEARCH USING MARINE BRIDGE SIMULATORS HOW WELL DO THE RESULTS TRANSLATE INTO REAL WORLD OPERATIONS.pdfDownload
08_ENERGY EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF PUMP SYSTEMS IN A SHIP POWER PLANT AND A CASE STUDY OF A CONTAINER SHIP.pdfDownload
09_A DECADE OF DELAY IN RATIFICATION OF THE BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT CONVENTION AND FURTHER UNDERLYNG PROBLEMS.pdfDownload
10_TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC STUDY OF LNG DIESEL POWER (DUAL FUEL) SHIP.pdfDownload
11_EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN MARITIME EDUCATION MOVING BEYOND BOUNDARIES.pdfDownload
12_THE IMPLICATIONS OF OUTSOURCING SEAFARER EMPLOYEES GLOBALLY THE POSSIBLE IMPACT OF AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT.pdfDownload
13_USING AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT TO ENHANCE SEAFARER STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND THEIR ABILITY TO TRANSFER LEARNING.pdfDownload
14_AN INVESTIGATION FOR THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, LIFE SATISFACTION AND LEISURE TIME.pdfDownload
15_UTILIZING E-LEARNING TOOLS TO FOSTER KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN MARITIME EDUCATION & TRAINING.pdfDownload
16_ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT AND LOW CARBON EMISSION IN MARITIME TRANSPORT.pdfDownload
17_TALENT MANAGEMENT AT SIMAC Which future skills are of largest strategic impotance for the Danish maritime industry.pdfDownload
18_ASPECTS OF HUMAN ELEMENT MANAGEMENT IN SHIPPING.pdfDownload
19_CHALLENGES OF CROWD MANAGEMENT ON PASSENGER SHIPS.pdfDownload
20_PERSPECTIVES OF FORMING MARITIME LOGISTIC CLUSTERS IN GEORGIA.pdfDownload
21_A CONTEMPORARY OUTLOOK ON HUMAN ELEMENT IN ENERGY EFFICIENT SEABORNE TRANSPORTATION.pdfDownload
22_NECESSITY OF MECHATRONICS KNOWLDGE IN MARINE ENGINEERING EDUCATION.pdfDownload
23_DEFINING AND DESIGNING A COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP EDUCATION PROGRAM USING THE MARITIME MODEL OF LEADERSHIP.pdfDownload
24_STUDY ON THE TRAINING EFFECT OF THE SAIL TRAINING.pdfDownload
25_ANALYSIS OF EFFECTIVENESS OF 18,300 TEU ULCC SERVICE ON THE FAR EAST - BALTIC ROUTE.pdfDownload
26_EMPLOYEE RETENTION IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY A REVIEW AND ANALYSIS.pdfDownload
27_FROM DIPLOMA TO DEGREE EXPERIENCES, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.pdfDownload
28_STCW 78 CONVENTION AND CODE MANILA AMENDMENTS, FIVE YEARS LATER.pdfDownload
29_DISTANCE DELIVERY OF IMO STCW COMPETENCY COURSES.pdfDownload
30_ENVIRONMENTAL LIFE-CYCLE COSTING IN MARITIME TRANSPORT.pdfDownload
31_BWM CONFENTION 2004 NEW CHALLENGES FOR MET INSTITUTIONS.pdfDownload
32_CULTURAL DIVERSITY AS A STRATEGIC ASSET AND A SOURCE FOR ACHIEVING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN MARITIME TRANSPORT COMPANIES.pdfDownload
33_PARTNERSHIPS AS A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY IN MARITIME TRANSPORT.pdfDownload
34_ANALYSIS OF THE ENTRY INTO FORCE OF THE USE OF FUEL LOW SULFUR TO THE MARPOL ANNEX VI, AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE ASSETS SHIPS AND NEW.pdfDownload
35_MODELING OF FUTURE REFRIGERANTS IN A VAPOUR COMPRESSION CYCLE.pdfDownload
36_TRAINING MARITIME SPECIALISTS FOR TRANSPORT SERVICE OF FISHING VESSELS.pdfDownload
37_EDUCATING TEACHING STUDENTS OF MARITIME STUDIES ABOUT MEDICINE FOR SEAFARERS.pdfDownload
38_ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR THE MARINER.pdfDownload
39_THE CONTINUING CHALLENGE OF MARITIME PIRACY WILL WHAT WORKED IN SOMALIA WORK IN THE NEW PIRACY HOT SPOTS.pdfDownload
40_DEVELOPMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS AND INNOVATIVE METHODS OF COMPETENCE ACQUISITION IN LOGISTICS AND MARITIME TRANSPORT.pdfDownload
41_ADVANTAGES OR DISADVANTAGES FOREIGN BORN PROFESSORS TEACHING AT MARITIME INSTITUTIONS IN USA.pdfDownload
42_THE FIREARMS SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM AT MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME ACADEMY AND ENHANCEMENT OF SAFETY IN MARITIME TRASPORT.pdfDownload
43_TEACHING THE CROWN OF MARINE ENGINEER KNOWLEDGE.pdfDownload
44_ON IMPORTANCE OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IN MARITIME ENGLISH TEACHING.pdfDownload
45_DELIVERING AND ASSESSING A CROSS CULTURAL MODULE FOR SEAFARERS AND MARITIME UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.pdfDownload
46_E-LEARNING INNOVATIONS IN MASTER OF MARITIME TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION - LEARNING AND WORKING EFFICIENTLY WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONS.pdfDownload
47_INNOVATIONS IN MARITIME RESEARCH THROUGH CO-OPERATIN BETWEEN UNIVERISYT AND EMPLOYER OF THESTUDENT WRITING HIS HE MASTER.pdfDownload
48_ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY IN MET BY MEASURING LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE ON STCW 2010.pdfDownload
49_THE DYNAMICS O PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY.pdfDownload
56_MARITIME TRAFFIC ANALYSIS OF THE IZMIT BAY BY IWRAP.pdfDownload
57_QUALITY OBT QUALIFIED SEAFARERS.pdfDownload
50_AE WE EADY FOR THE MILLENIALS THE STATE OF READINESS OF THE MARINE EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMMUNITY.pdfDownload
51_MARITIME TRAINING THROUGH THE USE OF SIMULATORS.pdfDownload
52_ANALYSING BURNOUT LEVEL OF SEAFARERS AN APPLICATION TO TURKISH YACHT MASTERS.pdfDownload
53_MULTI-LANGUIAGE PRESENTATION OF E-LEARNING DISTANCE COURSE CONTENT.pdfDownload
54_ROAD NETWORK LINKING THE SEA PORT AS A VITAL TRANSPORT FACTOR DETERMININ ITS SUCCESSFUL HINTERLAND INTERCONNECTION.pdfDownload
55_RESEARCH ON THE APPLICATION OF WEARABLE DEVICES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SEAFRERS FATIGUE.pdfDownload