From SLIS to Our Careers. April 30, 2012 SLIS S-511. Group Members. Katherine Harmeyer – Database Analyst Patrick Heisel – Technical Lead Stephanie Pike – Documentation Alan Rhoda – Documentation and Team Lead. Project Description. Our client : SLIS Career Services Office (CSO)
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April 30, 2012
Katherine Harmeyer– Database Analyst
Patrick Heisel– Technical Lead
Stephanie Pike – Documentation
Alan Rhoda – Documentation and Team Lead
We think we can do better. Our proposed solution requires:
Our solution will provide:
All with only minimal additional requirements for data entry.
The revised database will affect information flow in two ways:
Search and browsing of job postings
We’ll diagram these processes separately.
AFTERaddition shown in grey
additions / changes shown in grey
Minimally, the system should enable users to:
Eventually, we would like a database interface that enables users to:
The database requires four main entities (job, position, skill, and course) and three bridge tables (job_position, position_skill, and course_skill).