Designing systems for managing information.
United States
198 episodes
since Feb, 2009


This unit has taken a different approach to addressing database systems to a typical course, focusing on the design process as opposed to the technology itself.  This has been quite deliberate: the intent of the unit is to teach IT design using databases as the means to do so, rather than teaching database technology per se.In this final lecture of the semester, we step back and take a look at design and design thinking in a general sense.  The lecture consists of three video presentations (not included in the podcast, but available on Moodle for Monash students or ted.com for others) from three different designers talking about the design process.Oh, and we also talk about the exam!
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