Lost River Winder Riders is a project designed to provide students with a challenging hands-on exercise in relational database design. It is extensive enough to provide a stimulating exercise, but not so large as to be overwhelming. This case can be used as an individual or team project in a database design course. It is sufficiently detailed to challenge students as they apply design concepts to a problem that closely simulates a real-world situation. NOTE THAT THIS ARTICLE IS APPROXIMATELY 525kb. IF YOU USE A SLOW MODEM, IT MAY TAKE A WHILE TO LOAD
Parker, K. (2005). Lost River Wind Riders: A Project for Teaching Database Design. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 16, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.01624
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