Welcome to CSE1720, Semester 3, Summer C, 2005 - Business Information Technology and Systems.
The material you will be accessing is applicable to the Summer Semester, 2005.
This is an elective
for some non-Information Technology Degrees and is offered
by the School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Faculty of Information Technology.
The timetable for the Unit is:
Monday 22nd November to Thursday 25th November.
Lecture from 9.30am to Mid-day
Tutorial (Lab Session) 1.30pm to 3.00pm
and possibly 3.00pm to 4.30pm (2 streams)
Week 2. Monday 29th November to Thursday 2nd December. Lectures and Tutorials as for Week 1
3. Monday 6th December to Wednesday 8th
Lecture 9.30am to mid-day
Tutorial : Monday and Tuesday only
1.30pm to 3.00pm
Friday 10th December : Examination 9.30am to 11.45am
Rod Simpson is your Lecturer.
Contact : It's best to ring or email me first so that a mutual time can be arranged.
If you are having problems, your first port of call should be your tutor.
Details : My office is in C Block, level 4 and the room number is
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
My phone number is 9903 2352
If you forget what I look like, click here
you forget or lose your Laboratory Network password, you will need to
Student Services, Level 1, Building A
of the Unit
There are some aspects of this unit which you should read, including the University's attitude to
plagiarism, the unit outline, prerequisites and the final result mark policy
Lecture1.ppt Introduction. Objectives of the Unit. Commercial Computing. The Information Age.
Lecture2.ppt The Business Environment. Hardware Components and Configurations. Excel Part 1.
Lecture3.ppt Software Systems - Operating and Application. Main Memory and and Chips. Excel part 2.
Memory, Cache. Some Internals of Windows 2000 and XP.
and Storage Devices.
The Automated Teller System. Ethics
Information Requirements : Business Solutions. System Development.
The System Development Life Cycle.
Business and Business Strategies Web Site Development Projects.
Customer Marketing Databases.
Browers. Authoring Tools
An Introduction to Data Base. The Relational Model.
Some Retrieval aspects for Non-Structured Databases.
Lecture8.ppt An Introduction to Communications. Networks. Some Hardware and Software.
Lecture9.ppt Decision Making. DataBase Security. The IT/Customer facilities at Coles.
Lecture10.ppt Project Management
Future I.T. directions - Hardware, Software and Applications.
Unit Outline and Review. Examination Details.
Semester 1, 2003 exam.doc
Semester 2, 2003exam.doc
Assignment 1.doc Library Access Methods
Assignment 2.doc Spreadsheet Functions and Research
The Proforma Spreadsheet for Asignment 2
Assignment 3.doc DataBase Assignment
Short Quiz See if you can
answer the questions
Course Notes and Exercises, Semester 3, 2005
Assignment Cover Sheet
Word processing example
Supply Chain Management
RFIDTags A short article on an advanced recognition technique
Some Examples of Ethics
John Snow's Data Warehouse
The Words of the Australian Anthem
The Waterfall Approach
Map of the Caulfield campus
of the Clayton campus
Search the web using the Google search engine
On Line Weather
Rod Simpson email email@example.com
Ph: (03) 990 32352
Fax: (03) 990 31077
Page last updated : 27th August, 2004 by R.Simpson