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Gold Rush Antiques is a real-world database management case. Gold Rush is a business with multiple locations across north Georgia which has experienced growth. The scenario engages students in the design and development of a database to advance the organization and analysis of the data about dealers, employees, products, and sales transactions. This case is created at various levels of data management coursework – beginning, intermediate, or advanced. The case scenario is written at a beginner level; teaching notes have intermediate and advanced suggestions (provided upon request). Students are requested to develop a working prototype of a database management system that includes the design of data, tables, forms, queries, and reports. The Gold Rush Antiques case study allows students to not only learn the development of a database but also understand how to examine, analyze, and apply business procedures. To assist the instructor, sample data is provided in the Appendix.

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Gold Rush Antiques: A Database Management Case

Gold Rush Antiques is a real-world database management case. Gold Rush is a business with multiple locations across north Georgia which has experienced growth. The scenario engages students in the design and development of a database to advance the organization and analysis of the data about dealers, employees, products, and sales transactions. This case is created at various levels of data management coursework – beginning, intermediate, or advanced. The case scenario is written at a beginner level; teaching notes have intermediate and advanced suggestions (provided upon request). Students are requested to develop a working prototype of a database management system that includes the design of data, tables, forms, queries, and reports. The Gold Rush Antiques case study allows students to not only learn the development of a database but also understand how to examine, analyze, and apply business procedures. To assist the instructor, sample data is provided in the Appendix.

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