Purpose: Understanding and Create ERD
Instructions: Write a short answer to each question in Microsoft Word. Take a screen print of your ERD
and past it into your Word document for question 5. Upload your answer to
Purpose: Create ERDs and identify Primary and Foreign Keys
Instructions: Create ERDs in MySQL. Upload your answer to D2L by the beginning of class on 10/20.
Create a Relational Diagram in MySQL for the tables STUDENT and
Do you assess your writing skills as great, average or mediocre?
You could also ask your instructor to assess your writing skills.
Your instructor may teach you how to improve your writing skills.
Do you take the time to edit and proofread carefully
Purpose: Basic understanding of databases
Instructions: Write a short answer to each question in Microsoft Word. Upload your answer to D2L by
the beginning of class on 9/22.
1. Describe what metadata are an
Standard Operating Procedures
For Document Formatting
These procedures are designed to enhance our image and to ensure that our
brand is used consistently and appropriately.
1. Use the letterhead and memo form provided digitally for all letters and
The only way to proofread numbers effectively is to compare the keyed copy to the original
source. Concentration is an important proofreading skill, especially if you proofread on a screen.
Many people skip over the small words when they proofread; ye
Purpose: Database Models
Discuss the importance of data modeling.
It is a way to represent reality. It is the blueprint for the database. The database designer
uses data models to facilitate the interaction among designers, application programmers,
June 20, 2016
The head football coach spoke with reporters at his weekly news
conference. He was asked about the summer workout program and
seemed to be very frustrated with some of his student-athletes.
The coach pointed out that summer wor
Section A: Network Basics
A communication network links together devices so that data and information can be shared
Networks can be classified according to their size and geographic scope.
PAN, personal area network: Connects smart d
Chapter 2 Device Basics. Section A:
Computer: A multipurpose device that accepts input, processes data, stores data, and produces
output, all according to a series of stored instructions.
Input is whatever is typed, submitted, or transmitted into a comput
Bitmap graphic: raster graphic or bitmap. Comprised of a grid of tiny rectangular cells. Each cell
is called a pixel. Each pixel is assigned a color stored as a binary number.
Digital cameras lenses focus light from the image onto a small image