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5710887: C21_Information Management (VT IMIT) - Exercise

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Semester:SS 24
Scheduled in semester:4
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:28.0 L / 21.0 h
Self-directed study time:51.0 h

Module coordination/Lecturers


Bachelor's degree programme in Business Administration (01.09.2021)


  • Introduction (e.g., data, information and knowledge; tasks of information management)
  • Managing information (e.g., information economics; managing information demand and supply)
  • Managing information systems (e.g., databases, data warehousing, SQL)
  • Data mining (e.g., machine learning basics, recommender systems, text mining)
  • Managing information and communication technology (e.g., cloud computing, predicting ICT trends and developments)


    • covered in lecture
    • apply information management methods, tools, and systems to solve simple tasks
    • compare and contrast information management methods and tools
    • compare and contrast components and functions of information management systems (e.g., databases; data warehouses)
    • evaluate information management methods, tools, and systems
    • develop comprehensive plans to solve information management problems
    • actively listen to lecturers and fellow students
    • collaborate in order to solve complex exercises
    • justify their solution approaches and results
    • learn in study groups
    • support each other in lectures, exercises, and self-study (e.g., by forming and contributing in study groups)
    • repeat the contents of lectures and exercises in a self-organized way
    • assess their own learning progress during lectures, exercises, and self-study (e.g., participation in discussions, solving exercises, presenting solutions)
    • identify their own strengths and weaknesses
    • tolerate different opinions and working styles (e.g., during classroom discussions, in online forums)


Relevant literature will be announced in class.

Exam Modalities

  • 1 short examination 33,3%
  • 1 short examination 33,3%
  • 1 short examination 33,3%