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Students: Begzadic, Belma
Course: CIT 486. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT. (3) Prerequisites: CIT 300 and permission of instructor. Examines computer-based knowledge – how organizations can capture, store, share and effectively manage their intellectual resources. .
Faculty: Revels
Term: On Demand
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Final research paper.
Link: Click here for paper


Students: Martin, Terence
Course: CIT 456. SYSTEMS ANALYSIS & DESIGN I. Modern analysis and design techniques with an emphasis on developing organizational systems.
Faculty: Revels
Term: FA16
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Final research paper.
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Students: Averdick, Taylor; Martone, Michael
Course: AMS 475. SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRY.  Varying topics of significant interest and current developments in manufacturing
technology.
Faculty: Revels
Term: SP16
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Special project: Repurpose informational kiosk into retro video game machine using the $35 Raspberry Pi computer.
Link: Click here for image


Student: Anderson, Micheal
Course: CIT 414. ADVANCED SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE II. Examines both the managerial aspects of system design – build-vs.-buy, labor and related strategic decisions – and administration of corporate networks and related systems.
Faculty: Revels
Term: SP15
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Research Paper (Best in Class)
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Student: Woods, Jeremy
Course: CIT 302. WEB DEVELOPMENT. Introductory course in web design and development. Provides students with strategies and skills to plan and develop commercial web sites.
Faculty: Maynard
Term: SP15
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Personal Portfolio Website
Link: http://www.jeremylwoods.com/


Student: Heinze, John
Course: CIT 302. WEB DEVELOPMENT. Introductory course in web design and development. Provides students with strategies and skills to plan and develop commercial web sites.
Faculty: Maynard
Term: SP15
Recommended by: Faculty
Assignment: Personal Portfolio Website (Video)
Link: https://www.wku.edu/cit/exemplars/heinze_cit302_sp15.mp4


Student: Patel, Raj
Course: CIT 414. ADVANCED SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE II. (3) Prerequisite: CIT 412. Examines both the managerial aspects of system design – build-vs.-buy, labor and related strategic decisions – and administration of corporate networks and related systems.
Faculty: Revels
Term: SP15
Recommended by: Fellow students
Assignment: Research Paper Presentation
Link: https://www.wku.edu/cit/exemplars/patel_cit414_sp15.mp4


Student: Shelton, Roscoe
Course: CIT 300. ON-LINE TRAINING FOUNDATIONS. (3) Prerequisite: Admission to the CIT program. Introduces students to educational technology and the distance education process necessary for the CIT program.
Faculty: Revels
Term: SP15
Recommended by: Fellow students
Assignment: Video explaining VMware Workstation Installation
Link: http://www.wku.edu/cit/exemplars/shelton_cit300_vmws.mp4


 

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