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[ 526GLWNEWI13 ] Module Introduction to Business Informatics

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6 ECTS Accumulative module examination B1 - Bachelor's programme 1. year Business Informatics Stefan Koch Johannes Kepler University Linz
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Original study plan Bachelor's programme Business Informatics 2017W
Objectives The students can give reasons why Business Informatics is a scientific discipline. They have knowledge regarding functions of Business Informatics and the importance of terminology in Business Informatics. They are familiar with basic Business Informatics phenomena. They can explain the subject area of Business Informatics from a systems theory perspective and are aware of Business Informatics' interdisciplinary nature. They are familiar with both, the descriptions as well as the importance of instruments in engineering, implementation, and management of information systems and IT infrastructure. Based on examples, they can explain corresponding objectives, methods, models, and tools.
Subject Subject matter of Business Informatics (BI), job profiles in BI, course of studies and curricula in BI, course forms and teaching methods in BI, history of BI, scientific character of BI, terminology in BI, research objectives and research methods in BI, neighbor disciplines of BI, orientation towards practice in BI, information and communication, information function and need, information behavior and information demand, information and communication technologies, information system and infrastructure, user and user system, objectives and system of objectives, methodology, approaches and strategies, fundamentals and principles, models and concepts, methods and tools, evaluation and assessment
Further information Lecture and exercise are mutually aligned and should therefore be attended in the same semester. Based on the content of the lecture, application problems have to be solved in the exercise in a group work setting; documents have to be submitted for evaluation prior to the next exercise appointment – submission to assistants (tutors). Work results are then presented, discussed, and finally evaluated by the course instructor.
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