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e-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning by Richard E. Mayer, Ruth C. Clark

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16.3. Asynchronous Samples One and Two: Design of Databases

16.3.1. Description of the Samples

Figures 16.2 through 16.10 are screen captures from our example and counter-example lessons included on the book's CD. If you have not viewed these, you may want to look at them in conjunction with this section. The major lesson objectives are:

  • To distinguish between records and fields in a database

  • To distinguish between parent and child tables in a database

  • To use primary and foreign keys to define relations in tables

  • To design a relational database from an existing flat file system

We designed these lessons as asynchronous directive e-learning tutorials assuming learners are new to databases. We imagine placing this lesson in a course on how to use ...

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