CSC210Integration

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  1. Self-learning at the introductory level by having the students learn a few sql functions on their own but having them part of the assignments. This could include formatting associated with dates, string functions, and dealing with nulls.
  2. Note taking at the introductory level by requiring students take class notes and listen and record given guidelines (that may or may not be on slides) for sql and ER diagramming.
  3. Professionalism at the introductory level by
    • having students learn about the need for high quality work for table design
    • having students learn to respect the knowledge of the domain expert when designing tables.
    • not accepting any document/work that does not have a name on it
  4. Security at the introductory level by
    • having students learn about only storing the data needed and nothing more
    • having students learn about SQL injections.
    • having students learn how to secure data via views, constraints, and permissions, and the weaknesses of each.
  5. Ethics at the introductory level by discussing the responsibilities that come from having access to a lot of data.