If you are managing a database project, you need an understanding of how relational databases work. This course helps you think through a good design for your project, which you (or others) can build later using the database software of your choice. You will consider ways to organise and analyse your data.
In groups, course participants work on a number of activities to help them practice the concepts and to lead them towards designing their own database.
The activities that are used during the workshop "Databases: Concepts for project managers" are available for download, however bear in mind that they were designed for use as class participation activities, along with the teachers and other students. There is no course text for this course.
For full details about this course, visit the course booking system.
Things you will need to do in advance:
You need to work through a short collection of Lynda.com videos: click here for the playlist