|1.||Analyse and evaluate issues and benefits relating to information systems;|
|2.||Employ and apply key hospitality and hotel management software systems, demonstrating the ability to apply these in a range of settings;|
|3.||Interpret and analyse data sets that relate to the effective operations and management of a hotel or hospitality business, making use of a range of industry-focused and productivity-focused software solutions;|
|4.||Apply standard business tools such as spreadsheets and databases to hotel and hospitality management settings; and|
|5.||Compare and assess a range of software solutions and determine their appropriateness for a small business within the hotel or hospitality sector.|
|Test||Two online supervised tests (session 3& 5)||20%|
|Case Study||Case-based project - Excel||40%|
Introduction to Information Systems 6th Edition,
Rainer, R, & Prince, B, 2017,
Wiley Direct Australia Ltd.
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