Database Design 1-2: Data vs. Information PracticeActivities Objectives •Distinguish between data and information, and provide examples of each •Describe and give an example of how data becomes information Vocabulary Identify the vocabulary word for each definition below. DatabaseA collection of data arranged for ease and speed of search and retrieval. DataRaw material, from which you can draw conclusions InformationKnowledge, intelligence, a particular piece of data witha special meaning or function Try It / Solve It 1.List specific data that the school collects about each student. What information could be gathered using all the student data? iGPA for each school semester, the school’s average GPA.2.Review an online database such as: a.Write examples of data and information related to one of the sites.