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Lecture 1 Slide 1 Computer-Based Information Systems MGTS1201 2009 Semester 2 Staff Details (St. Lucia) Dr Peter Clutterbuck (Subject Coordinator) Office: Joyce Ackroyd Building #37, Room 501 Email: [email protected] Lectures: Monday at 2pm-4pm (Room 206 – Steele building [03] ) Monday at 6pm-8pm (Room 234 – Parnel building [7]) Consultation Times: Monday 12 noon to 2pm. Ms Corina Raduescu (Associate Lecturer) Office: Colin Clark Building #39, Room 413 Email: [email protected] Consultation Times: Wednesday 4.30pm-5.30pm Friday 2.30pm - 3.30pm
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Lecture 1 Slide 2 Computer-Based Information Systems MGTS1201 2009 Semester 2 Lectures There are 13 lectures – one in each teaching week of semester - approximately 90 minutes each lecture. Lectures will focus upon those components of the course that are most important – and therefore critical to the successful completion of the examinations (mid semester and final). It is most important to attend lectures. Each lecture will also cover in overview the important concepts in the following week’s tutorial.
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Lecture 1 Slide 3 Computer-Based Information Systems MGTS1201 2009 Semester 2 Tutorials There are 12 tutorials – starting in week 2 – you join a tutorial via Si-net registration. Tutorials will cover topics from the relevant lecture and also practical work with Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Excel is the centre piece in the practical submissions for this subject (totaling 20%). These practical solutions will be discussed in later slides – however very important to use tutorials to maximize your mark for these submissions.
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Lecture 1 Slide 4 Computer-Based Information Systems MGTS1201 2009 Semester 2 Assessment Final Exam Worth 60% of overall assessment Duration: 2 hours Format: MCQs and Short Answer Questions (Theory and Excel) Sample exam questions will be discussed within each lecture. Details of exam format and suggested revision will be covered later in semester. Portfolio Assessment Worth 20% of overall assessment Focus is on Microsoft Excel. See learning guide for more details. Mid Semester Exam Worth 20% of overall assessment Duration 1.5 hours Format: Theory case-based. Date will be advised when it has been confirmed. See learning guide for more details.
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Lecture 1 Slide 5 Computer-Based Information Systems MGTS1201 2009 Semester 2 Set Texts Business Driven Information Systems (Second Edition) – Authors: Paige Baltzan and Amy Phillips – Publisher: McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2009.
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