This is an excellent demonstration of entity relationship diagrams. I strongly encourage all of you to pay close attention to this video as there will be several questions about ERD on the midterm exam.
A couple things to note: in class we started working with entity relationship modeling (using rectangles for entities, diamonds for relationships, and ellipses for attributes). This is the technique used to conceptually model entity relationships, which then leads to the formal diagrams you see in this video. There are various diagramming methods. This video shows Crow’s Foot notation. For more information about entity relationship modeling and entity relationship diagrams, read the Wikipedia article on the subject.
The Berne Convention is mentioned in the article you read, “Ethical Issues in Electronic Information Systems.” Make sure you understand the core of this agreement.
Source: Berne Convention – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A short video outlining SAP’s product and service offerings. Pay close attention to the products included in SAP Business Suite.
How to Submit your Learn IT! #1 Deliverable Electronically
Please make a note of the following procedure for electronically submitting your Learn IT! #1 Assignment. All you have to do is email your final deliverable (I prefer a PDF format) to the following address:
Please name your file using this convention: LastName_FirstName_LearnIT1
Some students asked me about the portion of the assignment that asks you to publish your e-portfolio to my course section on the community site. This seems to have some kinks at the moment so hold off on this until the department fixes this and I will post an update.
This is from the required readings. Systems Architecture is a broad and sophisticated subject. Read the articles assigned and come to class prepared to discuss systems analysis, systems architecture, and the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
Source: What is Systems Architecture ?
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