Teaching a Large-Scale Database Course
           David L. Buckner, Oklahoma State University, OK
           Patricia Lamphere Jordan, Oklahoma State University, OK

ABSTRACT  
A relatively new resource of materials for research in the field of education is the utilization of 
large-scaled database technology. This article details the instruction of education and information 
management students at the graduate level in the area of large-scale database mining, analysis, and 
decision-making based on research activities. The purpose of this article is to provide educators with 
the tools, ideas and instructor’s reflections that will enable them to avoid potential pitfalls, and 
provide them with the tools to successfully teach this type of course.
 
		Academic Exchange Quarterly Spring 2012: Volume 16, Issue 1  
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