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INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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INFORMATION SYSTEMS

• To develop an awareness of the nature and use of information and information systems in an organisational context • To introduce the various techniques used within systems analysis and design • To foster an appreciation of the different types of methodologies used in the system development process • To provide an introduction to database management systems

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26 sections • 155 lectures • 04h 37m total length
WELCOME INTRODUCTION VIDEO

Hello, my name is Temi, and I will be your instructor for this course. I have certifications from the three levels of BCS Higher Education Qualification and have been teaching Information Systems for more than 2 years.

Please note, I may not always be able to answer your questions immediately they are posted on the class group, but I’ll do the best I can to answer your questions during class time, or if I don’t have an immediate answer, I would research and get back to you as soon as I can.

What to expect from me: 

We would have classes via Zoom and Telegram each week. At the end of each class, the Zoom class recordings and class resources will be sent across to you, and I would notify you on where to download them. Most of the class notes will be from textbooks and other relevant sources. 

 

What I expect from Students: 

1. Attend and participate in class, and if you’re unable to attend, please make out time to read through what was done for that day so we can all be on the same page.

2. You are expected to read notes and resources given. 

3.Attempt assignments given \ and submit them if need be. 

The nature of this course and BCS exams in general are quite broad. It requires a lot of dedication and discipline. To help with studying, I would advise skimming through past questions before you start in-depth studying. That would help to focus on areas of concentration as we go along. 

Most of the assignments will be from past questions, so you can have the chance to research on your own, and whilst doing that, you’re also preparing yourself for the kind of questions you’ll meet in the exam.

Welcome to Information Systems, and I look forward to seeing you in class!

1:34min
Multimedia & Hypermedia (class video)
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS SYLLABUS
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System Analysis & Design: Eighth Edition Kenneth E. Kendall
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System Analysis & Design : Ninth Edition Shelly Cashman Series
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Modern Systems Analysis and Design - Hoffer, Jeffrey A_George, Joey F_Valacich, Joseph S_Valacich, Joe A
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Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation & Management
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Introduction to Information Systems- Wallace, Patricia
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Hoffer, Jeffrey A_George, Joey F_Valacich, Joseph S_Valarich, Joe A - Modern systems analysis and design-Pearson (2016_2017)
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Hoffer, Jeffrey A_George, Joey F_Valacich, Joseph S_Valarich, Joe A - Modern systems analysis and design-Pearson (2016_2017)
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FACTORS TO BE CONSIDEDER WHEN DEVELOPING AN INFORMATION SYSTEM
7:08min
SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN
min
WHO IS A SYSTEMS ANALYST?
2:57min
WHAT IS INFORMATION?
04:44min
TYPES OF SYSTEMS
8:20min
NATURE OF INFORMATION
4:49min
DATA CAPTURE
5:21min
COLLECTING DATA
6:04min
DATA COLLECTION & PRESENTATION
05:46min
WHAT IS DATA
04:42min
Introduction to Information Systems (class note)
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Introduction to Information Systems - class slide
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Data Collection and Presentation (Workbook)
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Data Capture, Data Processing and Data Collection (class note)
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INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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INFORMATION ACQUISITION (obtrusive method)
8:36min
UNOBTRUSIVE METHODS OF INFORMATION GATHERING
10:15min
INFROMATION ACQUISITION (JAD & QUESTIONAIRE)
6:45min
BENEFITS OF USING JAD
06:31min
OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
08:55min
RESEARCH
10:14min
INFORMATION & INFORMATION ACQUISITION (INTERVIEWS) - Class Note
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INFORMATION& INFORMATION ACQUISITION (INTERVIEWS) - Class Slide
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INFORMATION ACQUISITION - JAD & QUESTIONNAIRES - Class Note
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INFORMATION ACQUISITION - JAD & QUESTIONNAIRES - Class Slide
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INFORMATION ACQUISITION - SAMPLING, INVESTIGATION & OBSERVATION - Class Note
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INFORMATION ACQUISITION - SAMPLING, INVESTIGATION & OBSERVATION - Class Slide
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MEAN, MEDIAN & MODE
03:51min
HISTOGRAM
2:45min
How To Create a Histogram
min
Statistical measures (class slide)
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Statistical measures (class note)
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SCATTER CHART
4:11min
PARETO CHART
1:24min
BAR CHART
5:24min
CHARTS (class note)
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CHARTS (class slide)
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How To Create a PERT Chart
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INTRO TO DATABASES
03:09min
DATABASES AND ELEMENTS OF A DATABASE
9:45min
INTRO TO DATABASES (class note)
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INTRO TO DATABASES (class slide)
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Database Administration
4:20min
Data Modelling and management
11:30min
DATABASE ADMINISTRATION & DATA MODELS (Class Note)
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DATABASE ADMINISTRATION & DATA MODELS (Class Slide)
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Types of Databases
min
Data Architecture
11:45min
DATABASE ARCHITECTURE & CLIENT-SERVER ARCHITECTURE (Class Note)
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DATABASE ARCHITECTURE & CLIENT-SERVER ARCHITECTURE (Class Slide)
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Security
16:39min
SECURITY (Class Note)
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SECURITY (Class Slide)
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