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01_DUAL DIPLOMA PROGRAM BETWEEN TWO MARITIME INSTITUTES A THREE-YEAR OVERVIEW.pdfDownload 
02_THE DEVELOPMENT OF LINKS BETWEEN MARITIME FACILITIES IN EUROPE. A UK VIEW.pdfDownload 
03_MULTI-CAMPUS CONFERENCING FOR FACULTY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.pdfDownload 
04_COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE STCW 78 CONVENTION AND CODE SOME CONCEPTS AND TRENDS.pdfDownload 
05_STCW AND BEYOND MINIMAL REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL KNOWLEDGE FOR MARINE ENGINEERS.pdfDownload 
06_TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN MARITIME UNIVERSITY PHILIPPINE MODEL.pdfDownload 
07_ON THE NEW PILOT EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM IN JAPAN.pdfDownload 
08_PRACTICE AND RESEARCH OF MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING AIDED BY ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR BASED ON ELIGIBILITY APPRAISAL.pdfDownload 
09_ROLE AND SITUATING OF PRACTICAL TRAINING OF DECK STUDENTS ON TRAINING SHIPS IN PRACTICE OF GDYNIA MARITIME UNIVERSITY.pdfDownload 
10_SAFETY CULTURE, THE CURE FOR HUMAN ERROR A CRITIQUE.pdfDownload 
11_NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR ENHANCING EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES ON MARITIME SECURITY PROBLEMS AT N.Y.VAPTSAROV NAVAL ACADEMY.pdfDownload 
12_MARITIME SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING ESTABLISHING A LEARNING COMMUNITY AND FRAMEWORK FOR PROGRAM GOALS AND OUTCOAMES.pdfDownload 
13_ACADEMIC SPIN-OFFS WITH THE ASPECTS OF ACADEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN MARITIME UNIVERSITIES.pdfDownload 
14_IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION AND INTEGRATION PROCESSES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EU SEAPORTS.pdfDownload 
15_GLOBALIZATION, MARITIME EDUCATION, AND STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS.pdfDownload 
16_THE MARITIME SECURITY REGULATIONS DO THEY GO FAR ENOUGH.pdfDownload 
17_TRAINING OF MARITIME SPECIALISTS BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.pdfDownload 
18_THE ISM CODE VERSUS THE STCW CONVENTION MET - CHALLENGES CONVENE.pdfDownload 
19_VTS OPERATORS' EYE MOVEMENTS.pdfDownload 
20_TOWARD AN INTERNATIONAL RUBRIC A COMPILATION OF STCW COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES.pdfDownload 
21_TRAINING COMPLEX AIS FOR TRAINING OF THE SHIP SPECIALISTS.pdfDownload 
22_NEW APPROACH FOR SHIPHANDLING TRAINING IN SIMULATORS USING SMALL SCALED SIMULATOR SHIPS AS IN MANNED MODEL TRAINING.pdfDownload 
23_SAFETY OPERATION OF MARINE MOVING OBJECTS.pdfDownload 
24_SHIP SQUAT AN ANALYSIS OF TWO APPROXIMATION FORMULAS USING THE PHYSICS OF HYDRODYNAMIC FLOW.pdfDownload 
25_MODERN TENDENCIES OF SHIPPING DEVELOPMENT AT BALTIC REGION AND THEIR lNFLUENCE ON THE PROJECTS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS OFREGIONAL MARITIME EDUCATION IN RUSSIA.pdfDownload 
26_SHIPPING COMPANIES POLICY TO IMPROVE THE SEAFARER'S COMPETENCY.pdfDownload 
27_USING CHECKLISTS TO GUARANTEE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFETY DRILLS CONDUCTED ВУ SHIPPING COMPANIES WITH EXAMPLES FROM SOME EGYPTIAN SHIPPING COMPANIES.pdfDownload 
28_COMPUTER TEACHING OF MARINE SPECIALISTS WITH FUZZY LOGIC USING.pdfDownload 
29_DEVELOPING lNFORMATION LITERACY FOR THE MARITIME CURRICULUM STRATEGY AND PEDAGOGY.pdfDownload 
30_STUDY OF KOBE REGIONAL MARITIME CLUSTER.pdfDownload 
31_KEY ROLES PLAYED BY SHIPPING COMPANIES IN THE MET PROCESS.pdfDownload 
32_CONSIDERATION ON LIMITING ТНЕ ELEMENTS OF HUMAN FACTOR lNFLUENCE ON BREAKDOWNS OF SHIP'S MACHINERY ILLUSTRATED BY SOME CASE STUDIES.pdfDownload 
33_EMPOWERING SEAFARER - ROLE OF MARITIME UNIVERSITIES.pdfDownload 
34_QUALITY STANDARDS IN MARITIME ENGLISH EDUCATION IN UKRAINE.pdfDownload 
35_BASED ON SERIAL PORT COMMUNICATION METEOROLOGY INFORMATION RECEIVING SYSTEM.pdfDownload 
36_THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM OF TRAINING SPECIALISTS IN STUDUING AND TECHNOLOGICAL 0PENING UP OF THE WORLD OCEAN.pdfDownload