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    Address the following questions:

    1. What non-electronic databases (such as lists, calendars, phone directories, address books) do you use regularly?
    2. What electronic databases do you use?
    3. How have you seen these applications used in your organization? Give examples.

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    1. What non-electronic databases (such as lists, calendars, phone directories, address books) do you use regularly?
    As a professional educator, I use several non-electronic databases for organizational and reference purposes. I rely heavily on a school-printed agenda to remember meetings, professional development workshops, and extracurricular commitments; this is primarily a calendar that I can easily take between work and home. In addition to this bound agenda, I use two other calendars: one on which I have a breakdown of the semester's lesson plans and another posted that students can use to see our monthly activities. (In fact, my students are also taught to create and make use of their own non-electronic databases for my class, including a portfolio, class notebook, checklists, missing work binder, etc.) In addition ...

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    Examples of personal database usage are briefly examined.

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