Subject Outline114-423-200870

Subject Outline114-423-200870 - Study Centre Sydney...

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Study Centre Sydney INTERNAL SUBJECT OUTLINE 2008-70 ITC114 & ITC423– Database Systems Management Subject Lecturer Antoinette Cevenini Email: [email protected] Lecture Friday 8:30am-12:30pm Lab: 53 Tutorials The weekly instruction in this subject will consist of a combined lecture /tutorial lasting up to 4 hours which will occur every (TBA). This will cover the main points from each topic. Consultation To be advised The information in this study package has been adapted from the original materials provided by Charles Sturt University. Contact information, assessment items and due dates may have been changed with the approval of the 1
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ITC114 Database Management Systems ITC114 Subject Outline Faculty of Business Subject Lecturer Antoinette Cevenini Session offering Spring Session 2008 (21 July - 21 November)
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ITC114 Database Management Systems Welcome Welcome to a new session of study at Charles Sturt University, Study Centre Melbourne. This subject aims to provide a solid grounding in Database Management theory and application, and its place within the implementation of computer based applications. There will be an emphasis on conceptual modelling to design the database that is implemented and queried using Structured Query Language (SQL). Your subject lecturer Antoinette’s Profile Antoinette Cevenini has many years of industry and training experience in the field of Information Technology and Business Administration. She holds a Master in Information Technology from Charles Sturt University, a Bachelor of Adult Education and Diploma qualifications in IT and Business. During her 17 years of experience in education, she has been actively involved in various projects in the area of curriculum review, course design and writing of instructional materials. She has written many course outlines and learning guides for various IT subjects. She has also corporate training experience and has developed custom training programs and delivered various training sessions for many companies. Antoinette’s research interests are broad, and cover mostly Ethical Issues in relation to technology and Data Management, Information Analysis and Design and issues relating to e-learning and e-business development in light of new technology. Her dedication and professionalism has earned her several Teacher of the Year Awards for 1998, 2001 & 2004. Antoinette’s motto is: learn something every day and if you don’t, learn why you didn’t. Contact procedures Academic enquiries Any questions concerning the teaching of this subject can be made by contacting your subject lecturer. Email: [email protected]
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Study Requirements The expectation is that students attend all scheduled lectures and tutorials. Prior to the class, students should have made themselves familiar with the topics to be covered that week, where appropriate having read and completed any preparatory study from the Study Outlines or prescribed textbooks. Your lecturer will advise
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course MIT 424 taught by Professor Cevenini during the Three '10 term at Charles Sturt University.

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