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Teacher(s): Rigová Zuzana, Ing., PhD.
Sýkorová Katarína, Ing., PhD.
Aim: After completion of the course, the student can: 1. explain the basic concepts, connections and tendencies in the development of information systems in the public sector; 2. apply the acquired knowledge in practical use of the basic functions of information systems in the public sector; 3. assess the information system of a praticular organization from the aspect of the user, identify its positives, shortcomings and limitations; 4. cooperate with specialists as for the proposal, implementation and operation of the organization´s information system; 5. extract the available data from the organization´s information system, and process them effectively by generally available software instruments; 6. create a model of an economic process in the spreadsheet, calculate the required values of its parameters, and correctly interpret the model results in the real context.  

More information about this course you can find in lms system Moodle 2