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Introducing Database Design 1. Jenny Pedler jenny@dcs.bbk.ac.uk 0207 079 0720 Senate House Basement B34D. Etiquette. . . No eating or drinking in the lab. Mobile phones OFF during class. Arriving late/ leaving early. Studying the Module. 8 taught sessions + 1 self-study session

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introducing database design 1

Introducing Database Design 1

Jenny Pedler

jenny@dcs.bbk.ac.uk

0207 079 0720

Senate House Basement B34D

etiquette
Etiquette

  • No eating or drinking in the lab
  • Mobile phones OFF during class
  • Arriving late/ leaving early
studying the module
Studying the Module
  • 8 taught sessions + 1 self-study session
  • Attendance – 75% minimum
  • Assessment
    • TMA (25%) Submit at start of Session 5
    • FMA (75%) Submit in May
  • WebCT http://vle.bbk.ac.uk
discussion
Discussion
  • What is a database?
  • Who keeps information about you in a database?
  • How do you use databases now or how do you hope to use them after the course?
software
Software
  • Access 2003 (preferred)
    • Installed in college labs
    • Download for personal use from SCSIS Intranet MSDN Academic Alliance (use SCSIS username and password)
  • Can also use Access 2000 or XP
  • DO NOT USE:
    • Access 97 or earlier
    • Access 2007 (unless you save database as 2003 version)
  • Read notes on Access Versions in WebCT