|1.||Analyse fundamental concepts, issues and benefits of information systems;|
|2.||Explain the nature of data, the characteristics of good quality information and the importance of knowledge in decision making;|
|3.||Compare the potential contribution of information systems to the competitive advantage of different organisations;|
|4.||Apply skills in the management of data and information using personal productivity applications; and|
|5.||Work to research, formulate and communicate understanding of information systems through written and oral business presentations.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Case Study||Scoping - Report and presentation||40%|
|Test||Online Tests (3 multiple-choice tests on VU collaborate)||30%|
|Test||Spreadsheet Practical Test||15%|
|Test||Database Practical Test||15%|
|Case Study||Group Assignment - Report and Presentation||30%|
Introduction to Information Systems 7th Australia & New Zealand Edition
Rainer, R, & Prince, B 2017
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