New BTEC First ICT Videos in Database Structure

The latest two new BTEC First ICT videos have been added to the Unit 1 The Online World course on KnowItAll Ninja.

You can prepare for any database questions in your online tests with these great new videos where you will learn:

  • how a database is structured using tables, records & fields.
  • the importance of data types in database structure.
  • how a relational database works, what relationships are, and the benefit of relational databases.
  • how online databases work, are accessed and used.
  • the role of a DBMS and SQL in managing databases.

This covers the whole of the data storage section of Unit 1 The Online World for the BTEC Information & Creative Technology course.

You can check out one of these great new videos below:

You can also view the video as well as the other new BTEC First ICT video in the matching lessons in the Online World course.

BTEC First ICT Videos for Database Structure

These new videos are obviously building on the existing high quality videos you can find throughout KnowItAll Ninja along with all the other excellent resources we place at your fingertips.

We’ll be continuing to add new videos every week so that you’ll be able to use our high quality BTEC First ICT videos to prepare for every section of your Unit 1 The Online World and Unit 2 Technology Systems online exams.

The videos will be arriving very regularly so keep a close eye on BlogItAll Ninja and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ if you want to know about all of the latest developments in our BTEC Level 2 Information & Creative Technology revision courses.

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