This video presentation takes into account a basic understanding of Database Management System (DBMS). It presented the types of DBMSs and gave the differences. The video was very clear and sound was clearly audible. It can be used from High School to professional as an introduction to database management systems.This video looks at the DBMS, their functions, some examples of popular software solutions and a quick look at Structured Query Language (SQL)
Type of Material:
None (A device that can play youtube is all that is needed)
Identify Major Learning Goals:
It provided an introduction to database management systems and presented the various types that are known. Though it is not an exhaustive list.
Target Student Population:
High school, Professional, College Lower DivisionK-12 students who are learning about computers
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
There is a need to start from Introduction to Databases itself before going to DBMs.
- Point based explanation of the topics covered
- Clarity in the content
- Real-time examples could be given before getting technical on DBMS
- A clear definition of DBMS would have set the stage well before getting into the details
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
It builds on prior concepts and clearly identifies learning objectives. A lot could be learnt in less than 10 minutes on the subject treated.
More importance must have been stressed to engage the a better effectiveness
- a user may not come back to the video since the relevancy to their real-world was not established
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
It is easy to use, available freely, illustration very clear, visually appealing.Can be used for an introductory lesson on DBMS
Other Issues and Comments:
A good material to learn the subject of Database Management Systems individually and can be a reference material in a course. Lecture notes can easily be created with this too.Since this is a series of videos, a brief about the previous sessions and an outcome of the learning session should be established for Students to adhere to the video and really comprehend the applications
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