Project #78389 - Database Applications SLP

Database Applications Recall that for the SLP assignment for this course, we are conducting assessments of database programs and demonstrations available online. For this module and the next two, you'll be checking into a very extensive and useful online tutorial set from Microsoft: Learning Resources Video Series: SQL Server 2005 Express Edition for Beginners Getting Started with SQL Server Express This video series is designed specifically for SQL Server beginners—individuals who are interested in learning the basics of how to create, manage, and connect to SQL Server Express databases. Whether you’re just a beginner or somewhat familiar with databases, these video lessons will help you get better acquainted with SQL Server 2005 Express. Getting Started The series includes almost 9 hours of video-based instruction that walks SQL Server beginners through the steps of learning about SQL Server databases to actually connecting a SQL Server database to a Web application. Select your starting point below based on your skill set. There are 13 Learning Videos in the set. Obviously, we don't expect you to get through the entire set, even spread across two modules. However, for this Module you should be able to get through at least the first two parts (4 videos): Introduction Learning Video 1: What is a database? Designing Tables Learning Video 2: Understanding Database Tables and Records Learning Video 3: More about Column Data Types and Other Properties Learning Video 4: Designing Relational Database Tables The more of the tutorial you can work through, the better; however, your grade is primarily dependent on how you approach the task and how much learning energy you put into it rather than specific output from the tutorial. If you get through these parts easily and want to push on, fine' you'll be getting a leg up on next Module. Once you have completed your exploration of the tutorial, to finish the project for this module you are to prepare a short report covering the following topics: •a comprehensive review of what the tutorial teaches •a thorough report on what you learn specifically from the tutorial (note: the first two topics should be at least 75% of your write-up) •how good a job the tutorial does, who might find the tutorial useful, and any other aspect of the tutorial that you think a reader might find useful Your paper should be three to four pages in length, and reflect your personal experiences with this issue. The important part of all these project assignments is to carefully assess your own experiences with the topic, and then reflect critically on what you might have learned about yourself and about situations through this assessment process. The more that you can use the exercise to develop personal implications for your growth as a potential business person as well as a moral individual, the more value you'll get out of the exercise. Your assignment will be graded according to the MSITM SLP Grading Rubric, which aligns with the following expectations. (To see the rubric, go to Assessments>Rubrics. Click the arrow next to the rubric name and choose Preview.) SLP Assignment Expectations (30 points total) Length: Follow the number of pages required in the assignment excluding cover page and references. Each page should have about 300 words. Assignment-driven criteria (14 points): Demonstrates clear understanding of the subject and addresses all key elements of the assignment. Critical thinking (6 points): Demonstrates mastery conceptualizing the problem. Shows analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of required material. Conclusions are logically presented. Scholarly writing (3 points): Demonstrates proficiency in written communication at the academic level of the course. Assignment Organization (3 points): Assignment is well organized and follows the required structure and organization of the assignment. Citing and using references (4 points): Uses relevant and credible sources to support assertions; uses in-text citations; properly formats references. Your paper will be evaluated on the following criteria: •Precision: You carried out the exercise as assigned, or carefully explained the limitations that might have prevented your completing some parts (running out of time isn’t generally considered an adequate limitation). •Clarity: Your answers are clear and show your good understanding of the topic. •Breadth and Depth: The scope covered in your paper is directly related to the questions of the assignment and the learning objectives of the module. •Critical thinking: The paper incorporates YOUR reactions, examples, and applications of the material to business that illustrate your reflective judgment and good understanding of the concepts. •Overall quality: Your paper is well written and the references, where needed, are properly cited and listed (http://www.trident.edu/guidelines/Well-Written-Paper.pdf) if you are uncertain about formats or other issues.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/17/2015 12:00 am
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