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Information Systems, Computer Studies & Tux

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Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education
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  • 130306 Educational Technology And Computing
  • Databases
  • Information Systems
  • Sql
  • Linux
  • Tux
  • Hern
Disciplines
  • Education

Abstract

This article looks at an alternative way of teaching information systems with the availability of free software. It also looks at how students studying Information Processing and Technology (IPT), Information Technology Systems (ITS) and/or Computer Studies can work together collaboratively. Particular attention will be given to that of information systems (a component of IPT) and network administration (a component of ITS). While this is intended to be a brief document in setting up a project for IPT and ITS students, some background to information systems is also given.

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