Information system is the course taught in BSIT program of University of Sargodha, Pakistan. The of Course in Information Systems is included in 4th Semester of BSIT of UOS. Students may download Information System Pdf Slides especially made for UOS BSIT Course Code: IT-2410 from recommended book by University.
Information System – UOS BSIT Course Code: IT-2410 – Course Overview
The course will introduce students with basic concepts, system development life cycle, development themes, development methodologies, development tools and technologies of Information Systems.
Information Systems Concepts, Types, Advantages, and Global Challenges.System Development Life Cycle.System Investigation, Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Environmental Design Considerations, System Implementations, Ethical and Social Issues, Systems Operations and Maintenance. Themes in information systems development. Techniques. System Development Techniques. Information Systems Development Tools and toolsets. Information Systems Development Methodologies.
1. Introduction: Information Systems Concepts, Types of Information Systems: Business Information Systems, Transaction Processing Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Knowledge Based Systems, Systems, Decision Support Systems, GIS Systems, etc. , Competitive Advantages, Careers in IS, Global Challenges [TB1: Ch. 1]
2. Overview of System Development, System Development Life Cycle, Factors, Affecting Development Success. [TB1: Ch. 5]
3. System Investigation, Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Environmental Design Considerations, System Implementations, Ethical and Social Issues, Systems Operations and Maintenance. [TB1: Ch. 5]
4. Themes in information systems development: Organizational themes, People themes, Modeling themes, Rapid and evolutionary development, Engineering themes, External development. [TB2: Ch. 4,5,6,7,8,9]
5. Techniques: Holistic techniques, Data techniques, Process techniques, Objectoriented techniques. [TB2: Ch. 10, 11, 12, 13]
6. Techniques: Project management techniques, Organizational techniques, People techniques [TB2: Ch. 14, 15]
7. Information Systems Development Tools and toolsets [TB2: Ch. 18, 19]
8. Information Systems Development Methodologies: Process-Oriented Methodologies, Blended methodologies, Rapid Development Methodologies, People-Oriented Meth- odologies, Organizational-Oriented Methodologies, Frameworks. [TB2: 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25]
Recommended Textbook(s): 1. Fundamentals of Information Systems by Ralph Stair and George Reynolds, Course Technology; 6th Edition (January 1, 2011). ISBN-10: 0840062184 (Download book)
2. Information Systems Development: Methodologies, Techniques & Tools by David Avison and Guy Fitzgerald, McGraw-Hill; 4th Edition (May 1, 2006). ISBN-10: 0077114175
Reference Material bookks: · Introduction to Information Systems: Supporting and Transforming Business by R. Kelly Rainer and Casey G. Cegielski, Wiley; 3rd Edition (June 16, 2010). ISBN-10: 0470473525
Information Systems by Richard T. Watson, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 20, 2012). ISBN-10: 1475074921
Information Systems Analysis and Design by ShouhongWang andHai Wang, Universal Publishers (January 1, 2012). ISBN-10: 1612330754
Download Lecture 1 : Information Systems PDF Slides Introduction
What is data, What is information, Data vs Information, Information resource management IRM, What In system, What is information system, Information flow across the organization. Types of IS and its importance and components.
Download Lecture 2 : Information Systems PDF Slides chapter 1
A set of interrelated components that collect, manipulate, store, and distribute data and information and provide a feedback mechanism to meet an objective. ´Information systems are everywhere. An air traveler checks in for a flight using a booth, which sends the check-in information to a network to verify the traveler’s reservation and flight information. The terminal processes the information and prints a boarding pass, speeding airport check-in times.
Data, Information and Knowledge
Raw facts, such as an employee number, total hours worked in a week, inventory part numbers, or sales orders. ´Information A collection of facts organized in such a way that they have additional value beyond the value of the individual facts. The process of defining relationships among data to create useful information requires knowledge. The awareness and understanding of a set of information and ways that information can be made useful to support a specific task or reach a decision.