In today’s business environment, students entering the workplace are expected to have problem-solving skills as well as an understanding of fundamental database concepts. Interns and new hires must be able to identify, extract and manipulate data that typically reside in a relational database. To meet this expectation, students are introduced to database concepts and SQL in a variety of courses. This paper discusses instructor considerations when selecting a database management system for teaching SQ on-line
"Teaching SQL in an On-line Learning Environment: Considering for Selecting a relational database,"
Southwestern Business Administration Journal: Vol. 20:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/sbaj/vol20/iss1/4
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