Managing Information Systems
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1. Information Systems and IS Professionals in Global Business 2. Information Systems, Organisatio...
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full distinction level notes for Information Systems in Business
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This course is unreasonable useless. It wants us students to gain a tons of knowledge and skills, it wants us to remember every detailed principles in the textbook without any practices, it wants us to do presentations, to debate... Why don't you just change the course duration from one term to three years then we can master everything about IS??? This course wants us to know everything but the result turned to be that we just can't understand anything!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Terrible course. Really didn't like it. The lecturer didn't put enough effort into the course I thought, but I have heard he is leaving now. The quizzes and assignments were terrible, there are no practice questions and the final exam came out of no where. Alot of the course is group work as well. Unless a lot of the course has changed, I would not recommend you do it. This course put me off Information Systems.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Disliked the impromptu presentation every tutorial, felt like it didn’t help with our learning. Group project was quite difficult, but finals was quite easy if you know your content well! Con for finals is that there is negative marking for MCQ, but it wasn’t too hard.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
Chona was an excellent lecturer - she has a great amount of experience and supplements some of her points with examples of her own experience. Let her Filipino accent slide; everyone has an accent so don't be so uptight. Her lecture slides cover the basics of the course textbook, but self-study with the textbook is definitely required to pass the course. Tutorials were engaging and fun as well. As the groupwork component constitutes 1/4 of the total marks, it's crucial to get a good group.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Tutorials were pretty engaging. Lectures were boring, pretty much skipped them all. They're not necessary at all. Get a good group ASAP, makes your life so much easier.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
Chona Ryan is probably one of the worst lecturers I have ever had and is very likely to become the worst lecturer of the entire UNSW. It is so easy to fall asleep in her one hour lecturer. Hard to understand her English too coz she has a heavy Philippino accent. Overall a waste of time to go to her lectures. Assignment was marked subjectively. If you want to get a good mark, a good group is the key to the success.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
The lecturer Chona, is probably one of the most boring-est lecturers I have ever had. She barely relates any of the information in the textbook to her lecture slides. Plus the lecture slides are only uploaded the night before the lecture which is very inconvenient because I like to download all my lecture slides at the beginning of the week. Also make sure you don't have a shitty group going into this because the group project is semester long, so if you have a crappy group you will not want to live