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ICT2641/101/0/2009 UNISA SCHOOL OF COMPUTING ICT2641 BUSINESS INFORMATICS 2A TUTORIAL LETTER 101/0/2009 READ THIS FIRST: This tutorial letter contains important subject information as well as COMPULSORY ASSIGNMENTS.
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i ICT2641/101/0/2009 Unisa PO Box 392, PRETORIA, 0003 Copyright © 2009 Unisa In terms of the Copyright Act 98 of 1978 , no part of this material may be reproduced, be stored in a retrieval system, be transmitted or used in any form or be published, redistributed or screened by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the University of South Africa. However, permission to use in these ways any material in this work that is derived from other sources must be obtained from the original sources. Printed in South Africa by Unisa Plagiarism is the act of taking words, ideas and thoughts of others and passing them off as your own. It is a form of theft which involves a number of dishonest academic activities.
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ii ICT2641/101/0/2009 CONTENTS PAGE 1. A word of welcome 3 2. Purpose and outcome of this module 3 3. Communication with your Lecturers 4 4. Student Support System 5 4.1 Contact with fellow students 5 5. Study Material 6 5.1 Inventory Letter 6 5.2 Study Material 6 5.3 Prescribed Textbook(s) 7 5.4 Resources 7 5.4.1 Recommended Books 7 5.4.2 myUnisa Resources 7 5.5 Study programme 7 6. How the Assignment System Works 9 6.1 Assignments and Learning 9 6.2 General Remarks 9 6.3 Commentaries and Feedback on Assignments 10 6.4 Submission Dates 10 6.5 Assessment of Assignments 11 7. How the Examination Systems Works 11 7.1 Examination Admission 11 7.2 How will this work in Practice? 11 7.3 Examination Period 12 7.4 Examination Paper 12 7.5 Previous Examination Papers 12 7.6 Tutorial Letter with Information on Examination 12 8. Workbooks 12 8.1 Part 1: Exercises and Solutions 13 8.2 Part 2: Exercises and Solutions 60 9. Assignments and Assessment Criteria 114 9.1 Unique Number for Assignment 1 114 10. Assignment 1/2009 115 11. Assignment 2/2009 122
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3 ICT2641/101/0/2009 1 A WORD OF WELCOME We are pleased to welcome you to Business Informatics IIA and hope that you will find it both interesting and rewarding. We shall do our best to make your study of this module successful. You will be well on your way to success if you start studying early in the year and resolve to do the assignment(s) properly. You will receive a number of tutorial letters during the year. A tutorial letter is our way of communicating with you about teaching, learning and assessment. Tutorial Letter 101 contains important information about the scheme of work, resources and assignments for this module. We urge you to read it carefully and to keep it at hand when working through the study material, preparing the assignment(s), preparing for the examination and addressing questions to your lecturers.
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