INF 387 Administration : Implementing Library IT Systems
|Unique ID: 27291||Christine Walczyk|
|6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Syllabus|
The primary goal of this class is to learn principles and practices of database management and database design. Over the course of the semester we will discuss the database relational database design, normalization, SQL queries, reports and other interfaces to database data, and documentation. Lectures will also cover writing ethical and privacy issues associated with database systems. In- class instruction and exercises will focus on the fundamentals for creating sophisticated, interactive, and secure database applications.
Although there will be a substantial programming (PHP) component to this course, previous programming experience is not required.
Graduate standing. Additional prerequisites may vary with the topic.
This class has been canceled due to insufficient enrollment.
Registration priority given to iSchool students. Additional seats may open up for outside students in a later registration period.