Identify advantages and disadvantages of data warehousing and data mining systems GOAL D: Understand the value of Database Recovery and Database Back-up Planning Learning Outcomes: The student will be able to: D-1 Describe from a business perspective, the importance of Data base Recovery D-2 Identify strategies and methodologies for backing-up data D-3 Demonstrate knowledge of requirements for the development of a Database Back-up Plan SUPPLEMENTAL OBJECTIVES: Student must complete the assigned “on-line writing evaluation”. Tutoring is free at the Student Success Center, DAC 219. Take the problems you have difficulty with you, to the center so they know where to focus your assistance. Go to blackboard and log into the course. Click on “Online Tutoring” from the menu. READING ASSIGNMENTS: Each week usually one to several chapters from the textbook will be assigned for reading. In addition, certain online multimedia presentations and reading may be assigned. It is expected that these reading assignments and exercises be completed during the week. Although these assignments will not be graded, it is strongly suggested that students complete them prior to completing any assignments. WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS: Each week, a weekly assignment in the form of a case study or research assignment may be assigned in order to supplement the lectures and online reading. They also reinforce the content discussed or to be discussed in class. It is expected that these assignments be completed and will be graded. Late submissions are assessed a penalty. Resubmitting previously submitted assignments is not allowed and will not be accepted , unless requested by instructor. DISCUSSION BOARDS: Students are expected to participate in the Discussion Board assignments during the week they are assigned . Please post initial posting no later than Thursday. ASSIGNMENTS/EXAMS: Assignments are due on the specified due dates of that assignment. Ten points will be deducted for late assignments. There should be no cell phones in class during exams. METHODOLOGY: A. Teaching Methods: Cell phones will not be tolerated during class. Cell phones must be turned off during class (not on vibrate). If you must leave your phone on, please discuss this with the instructor, who will provide instructions for you. Do not text-message during class . This can be very distracting to other students.
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- Spring '15
- Data Management, Database management system, Database model