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ClassDB

ClassDB is an open-source database application to help instructors provide students an environment to experiment with relational data. With ClassDB, each student gets their own space (think schema) with all rights to that space. The instructor is able to read from any student's space, but no student has access to another student's space. Further, the instructor can create additional common spaces with selected rights for students.

Instructors can use ClassDB to accept class assignments and term projects in both introductory courses on data management and upper-level courses where students program against a database.

ClassDB is developed at the Data Science & Systems Lab (DASSL, read dazzle) at the Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) by Sean Murthy, Andrew Figueroa, and Steven Rollo.

Documentation

The documentation for the latest release is on the ClassDB web site.

The documentation for the version in development is on the ClassDB Wiki.

Contributing

Contributions and ideas are welcome. Mail a summary of your thoughts to murthys at wcsu dot edu. Please mention "ClassDB" in the subject line.

Legal Stuff

(C) 2017- DASSL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

ClassDB is distributed under Creative Commons License BY-NC-SA 4.0.

PROVIDED AS IS. NO WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

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