Events archive

Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Databases (TLAD) BNCOD 2010

Date: 28th June 2010
Location: University of Abertay, Dudhope Castle, Dundee, Scotland
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Presentations/Event material

A Completing Application for a Database Coursework Assignment
Richard Cooper
University of Glasgow
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A Disciplinary Commons for Database Teaching

Les Ball (University of Abertay), Sheila Baron (Southampton Solent University), Charles Boisvert (Norwich City College), Richard Cooper (University of Glasgow), Tugrul Essendal (De Montfort University), Sally Fincher (University of Kent), Tony Jenkins (University of Leeds), Petra Leimich (University of Abertay), Al Monger (Southampton Solent University), David Nelson (University of Sunderland), Thomas Neligwa (Keele University), James Paterson (Glasgow Caledonian University), Clare Stanier (Staffordshire University), Tony Valsamidis (University of Greenwich), John Wilson (Strathclyde University)
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A Relational Algebra Tutor
David Nelson, Jonathan Scott
University of Sunderland
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An Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) Marking Scheme
Paul Henderson
Sheffield Hallam University
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Errors in Entity-Relationship-Diagrams: Classification and Statistical Data
Martin Herzberg
Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg
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Exploring the XML-Relational Interface using Problem Based Learning
Peter Lake
Sheffield Hallam University
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Handling XML Data using Oracle 11g
Mary Garvey
University of Wolverhampton
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Introducing a Forensic Flavour to Teaching Databases at L5
Jackie Campbell, Sanela Lazarevski
Leeds Metropolitan University
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LeReSpo: Using Game Software in Database Education on all Levels
Carsten Kleiner
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hannover
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Making the Most of an e-Learning Platform to Promote Collaborative Learning: A Case Study
Liz Sokolowski
Thames Valley University
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SQL Patterns - A New Approach for Teaching SQL
Huda Al Shuaily, Karen Renaud
University of Glasgow
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Teaching and Learning Databases using a Group Centred Interactive Problem Solving Approach
Raman Adaikkalavan
Indiana University South Bend
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Teaching Undergraduate Students Data Mining: Ideas, Experience and Challenges
Hongbo Du
University of Buckingham
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Uses of Peer Assessment in Database Teaching and Learning
James Paterson , John Wilson & Petra Leimich
Glasgow Caledonian University, University of Strathclyde & University of Abertay Dundee
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09.30 Registration

 

Full Paper Session

10.00 LeReSpo: Using Game Software in Database Education on all Levels - Carsten Kleiner (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hannover)

10.30 Uses of Peer Assessment in Database Teaching and Learning - James Paterson (Glasgow Caledonian University), John Wilson (University of Strathclyde), Petra Leimich (University of Abertay Dundee)

11.00 SQL Patterns - A New Approach for Teaching SQL - Huda Al Shuaily, Karen Renaud (University of Glasgow)

11.30 Coffee

12.00 INVITED TALK  A Disciplinary Commons for Database Teaching - Richard Cooper et al

13.00 Lunch

13.40 – 15.00 - Poster Session (with coffee available toward the end)

Introducing a Forensic Flavour to Teaching Databases at L5 - Jackie Campbell, Sanela Lazarevski (Leeds Metropolitan University)

Exploring the XML-Relational Interface using Problem Based Learning - Peter Lake (Sheffield Hallam University)

Handling XML Data using Oracle 11g - Mary Garvey (University of Wolverhampton)

Teaching and Learning Databases using a Group Centred Interactive Problem Solving Approach - Raman Adaikkalavan (Indiana University South Bend)

Errors in Entity-Relationship-Diagrams: Classification and Statistical Data - Martin Herzberg (Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg)

A Completing Application for a Database Coursework Assignment - Richard Cooper (University of Glasgow)

Short Paper Session 

15.00 A Relational Algebra Tutor - David Nelson, Jonathan Scott (University of Sunderland)

15.20 Making the Most of an e-Learning Platform to Promote Collaborative Learning: A Case Study - Liz Sokolowski (Thames Valley University)

15.40 An Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) Marking Scheme - Paul Henderson (Sheffield Hallam University)

16.00 Teaching Undergraduate Students Data Mining: Ideas, Experience and Challenges - Hongbo Du (University of Buckingham)

16.20 - 16.40 Discussion and Close

 

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Les Ball, University of Abertay Dundee
Fang Fang Cai, London Metropolitan University
Jackie Campbell, Leeds Metropolitan University
Richard Cooper, University of Glasgow
Karen Davis, University of Cincinnati
Barry Eaglestone, University of Sheffield
Mary Garvey, University of Wolverhampton
Caron Green, University of Sunderland
Anne James, Coventry University
Petra Leimich, University of Abertay Dundee
Nigel Martin, Birkbeck University of London
Pirjo Moen, University of Helsinki
Alastair Monger, Southampton Solent University
David Nelson, University of Sunderland
Mick Ridley, University of Bradford
John Wilson, University of Strathclyde