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					               "The Relational Database Advantage"




                               By

                         Terry L. Reece




FIRST DRAFT                                Terry L. Reece
September 6, 2005                          803 Autumn Breeze Ct.
                                           Herndon, VA 2290
                                           (703) 435-2290
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 1


     FADE IN:

     TITLE SCREEN

     Atlantic Technical Institute’s logo and tag line “Wave of
     the Future” appear in the center of the frame on a black
     background.

     The ATI logo fades as the title of the video, “The
     Relational Database Advantage,” replaces it.
                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. FOYER OF A PRIVATE HOME - DAY

     We see a front door with a mail slot.

     A casually dressed lady picks up the mail from floor where
     it has dropped through the mail slot in the front door to
     her home. She opens one of the envelopes, and she begins to
     read it.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    While you may not be aware of
                    it, computer technology
                    touches the lives of millions
                    of people daily, and probably
                    yours too. Every time you
                    receive an advertisement or
                    bill in the mail, it was
                    probably generated by a
                    computer. This means that
                    your information is stored in
                    a database.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. OFFICE CUBICLE - DAY

     It has a desk with a computer monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
     The walls have the usual calendar, memos, and cube-art.

     A man sitting in the wheeled office chair is pointing at a
     spreadsheet displayed on the computer screen as he faces a
     lady seated next to him. She is holding a report and
     looking at the spreadsheet on the screen. He gestures as he
     talks, explaining the spreadsheet on his computer.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 2


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    This is especially true in
                    the workplace. Your
                    information as a company
                    employee is most likely
                    stored in a database. It may
                    hold your name, job title,
                    pay rate, and many other
                    facts about you. This enables
                    your company to keep track of
                    the hours you work and
                    calculate how much vacation
                    you have accrued. Also, you
                    may work with a database as
                    part of your job. In fact, it
                    may be a relational database.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. SUPERMARKET PRODUCE SECTION- DAY

     It is a typical produce section, well lit with shelves and
     bins bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables.

     A married couple walks down the isle pushing a shopping
     cart loaded with groceries. The man patiently waits with
     the cart while his wife stops and inspects the apples in
     one of the bins.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Even away from work and home,
                    at the market for example,
                    you may be affected by
                    computer technology. Retail
                    businesses use them to ensure
                    that when you get to the
                    market, the groceries you
                    need will be waiting and that
                    they will be accurately
                    priced and ready to go.
                    Again, it’s a safe bet that a
                    relational database played a
                    part in your shopping
                    experience.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:
"The Relational Database Advantage"                          Page 3


     A PHOTO OF CLIFFORD BERRY

     A black and white photo of the ABC machine with Clifford
     Berry at the controls fills the center of the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Many modern conveniences and
                    our present way of life got
                    their start around 1940 with
                    the invention of the first
                    electronic computer by John
                    V. Atanasoff, a professor at
                    Iowa State University. He
                    built it with help from his
                    graduate student Clifford
                    Berry.

     The photo of the   ABC machine shrinks to take a position at
     the left side of   the frame. Another black and white photo
     slides into view   over the top of it to occupy the center of
     the frame. It is   the ENIAC computer.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    This development was quickly
                    followed in 1945 by the
                    Electronic Numerical
                    Integrator And Computer, also
                    know as ENIAC.

     The ENIAC picture shrinks and takes its place at the center
     of the frame along side the ABC picture. Another black and
     white photo of the UNIVAC computer slides in from the left,
     over the other pictures, to occupy the center of the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Again, in 1951, the UNIVAC
                    computer was the first
                    machine produced for the
                    commercial market.

                    At about the same time of
                    these developments, the first
                    computerized databases came
                    into being. The goal was to
                    produce a system that would
                    make accessing data fast and
                    easy.

                                                       DISSOLVE TO:
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 4


     GRAPHIC - FLAT DATABASE

     We see a vertically oriented rectangle in the middle of the
     frame. It is the EMPLOYEE data table with columns and rows
     of data filling it. The columns are labeled: EMP_ID,
     LAST_NAME, FIRST_NAME, and HIRE_DATE. None of the rows is
     sorted alphabetically.

                                 NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Flat databases were the first
                    on the scene. They are just
                    simple lists of data that
                    have been sorted on one or
                    more fields.

     Each line of data, starting at the top, is replaced by
     another line of data. When the animation finishes, each
     record is in alphabetical order and the names of employees
     with the same last name appear together in the list.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    However, new advances soon
                    led to the development of the
                    hierarchical database that
                    links information together
                    into ranks of different
                    levels.

     The sorted list shrinks in frame and moves to a location at
     the left side of the frame. A hierarchical diagram slides
     into view from the left, over the top of the previous
     graphic to fill most of the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Next in line came the
                    networked database that
                    allowed other relationships
                    to be created between pieces
                    of information.

     The hierarchical diagram shrinks and takes a position at
     the center of the frame next to the flat database graphic.
     Then, a larger, networked graphic slides in from the left
     to fill most of the frame.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 5


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Still, as popular as some of
                    these databases were, they
                    were not very flexible or
                    easy to work with. This, in
                    turn led to the development
                    of the relational database.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     ORACLE LOGO

     A large red logo, "Oracle," against a white field appears.
     It fills the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    In 1979, System Development
                    Laboratories released Oracle,
                    the first commercial
                    relational database. It
                    combined the simplicity of
                    the flat database with the
                    abilities of the networked
                    database.

                                                      DISOVLE TO:

     GRAPHIC - SQL LOGO

     The capital letters "SQL", black against a white field,
     come into view. As the narration proceeds, each letter
     briefly glows red as it is mentioned.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    In 1986, the Structured Query
                    Language, S - Q - L, became
                    an industry standard for
                    accessing relational
                    databases. Its English like
                    features made the relational
                    database easier to use than
                    ever.

                    Since then, the relational
                    database has become the
                    premier database technology
                    in business . . .
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 6


     A portion of a dollar bill flies in from the lower right to
     briefly fill the frame and then shrinks to take a position
     at the upper left quadrant of the frame. The background is
     a light gray, and the SQL logo is no longer seen.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Science and medicine . . .

     A symbol of the medical profession, white against a blue
     field, moves in from the lower left to briefly fill the
     frame than then shrinks to take a position at the upper,
     right quadrant of the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Transportation and
                    infrastructure . . .

     A symbol of a toothed gear, black against a light tan
     field, moves in from the upper right to briefly fill the
     frame than then shrinks to take a position at the lower,
     left quadrant of the frame.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    . . . And government - local,
                    state, and federal.

     A stylized graphic of the U.S. capital dome with the
     American flag as the background flies in from the upper
     left to briefly fill the frame than then shrinks to take a
     position at the lower, right quadrant of the frame.
                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - DATABASE TABLE

     The EMPLOYEE data table is in the middle of the frame. It
     has columns labeled: EMP_ID, LAST_NAME, FIRST_NAME, and
     HIRE_DATE.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    At the heart of the
                    relational database is the
                    data table. On close
                    inspection, it looks a lot
                    like a flat database.

     A glowing green outline surrounds the leftmost table column
     briefly and fades, and another, until all of the columns
     have been outlined in green from left to right.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 7


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    The basic data table is
                    simple. It has columns of
                    data which hold individual
                    items of data like numbers,
                    text, and dates.

     A glowing green line surrounds the top row in the table
     briefly and fades, and another, until all of the records
     have been outlined in green from top to bottom.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    A row in a table consists of
                    a group of columns or fields.
                    Together, they constitute a
                    complete data record. A data
                    table can hold any number of
                    records.

     GRAPHIC - (CONTINUED) A GROUP OF RECORDS.

     The four or five data records contain employee data sorted
     by last and first name. In the header row at the top, each
     field has a header that identifies the content. Some of the
     last names in the records are the same, and they group
     together.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    As with the flat database,
                    data tables can be sorted and
                    searched in any order.

     A glowing green outline surrounds the left most field of
     the top record briefly. The header, "EMPLOYEE_ID,"
     identifies the field in the row.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Linking records together in
                    complex relationships depends
                    on the primary key. This
                    field holds a value that
                    uniquely identifies a record.
                    No other record in the table
                    can have this value. The
                    system can generate it
                    automatically, or the user
                    can assign the value.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 8


     A glowing green outline surrounds another field in the
     record at the right identified with "HEALTH_PLAN_ID" in its
     header.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    When the primary key from one
                    data table occupies a field
                    in another table, it becomes
                    a foreign key. It links the
                    records of one data table to
                    the records of another.

     GRAPHIC - TWO DATA TABLES

     The two tables are separated by some space and centered in
     the frame. One is an abbreviated EMPLOYEE table and the
     other is the HEALTH_PLAN table.

     The EMPLOYEE_ID column is outlined in green in the EMPLOYEE
     table.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    In the two data tables seen
                    here, EMPLOYEE_ID is a
                    primary key for records in
                    the EMPLOYEE table, and . . .

     The PLAN_ID is outlined in green in the HEALTH_PLAN table.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    PLAN_ID performs the same job
                    for records in the
                    HEALTH_PLAN table.

     The HEALTH_PLAN_ID column in the EMPLOYEE table is outlined
     in red.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    However, the HEALTH_PLAN_ID
                    field in the EMPLOYEE table
                    is a foreign key.

     A red line grows out from the first record in the EMPLOYEE
     table. It reaches out to point to the third record in the
     HEALTH_PLAN table. That record has a value in the PLAN_ID
     field that matches the one in HEALTH_PLAN_ID field of the
     first EMPLOYEE record.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 9


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    It holds the primary key
                    value of a record in the
                    HEALTH_PLAN table. In this
                    way it links the two tables
                    together.

     Red lines stretch out from all of the records in the
     EMPLOYEE table to point to related records in the
     HEALTH_PLAN table. Each will have matching foreign and
     primary key values. The lines crisscross each other. Hold
     this for six seconds before transition.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    This is called a one-to-one
                    relationship. A record in one
                    table links to one record in
                    the other. It is based on the
                    value that their foreign and
                    primary keys have in common.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - TWO DATA TABLES

     One of the tables is labeled "CUSTOMER" and the other
     "PURCHASES." Three lines stretch out from the first record
     in the CUSTOMER table to point to the first, third, and
     fourth records in the PURCHASES table.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    When one record in a data
                    table matches more than one
                    record in another, this is
                    called a one-to-many
                    relationship.

     The CUSTOMER_ID field in the first record of the CUSTOMER
     table is outlined in green. The CUST_ID field is outlined
     in red in three records in the PURCHASES table.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Here, the primary key in the
                    first record in the CUSTOMER
                    table matches the foreign key
                    in records the PURCHASES
                    table.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 10


     GRAPHIC - THREE DATA TABLES

     From left to right, the three data tables are labeled:
     "Customer," "Orders," and "Salesman." This is the setup for
     the many-to-many relationship.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Many-to-many relationships in
                    a relational database
                    leverage off of the first two
                    types already mentioned.

     Three lines grow from one record in the Customer table and
     reach out to point at the first, third and fifth records in
     the Orders data table. Then, lines grow from the selected
     records in the Orders table and reach out to the second,
     third, and fifth records in the Salesman data table.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    In this case, when any
                    customer can make any number
                    of orders with any salesman,
                    then it is possible for a
                    many-to-many relationship to
                    exist between customers and
                    salesmen. Foreign keys in the
                    ORDERS table point to either
                    party's records via their
                    primary keys in the CUSTOMER
                    and SALESMAN data tables.

     Lines grow from the other records in the Customer table to
     point to records in the ORDERS table. Then, lines grow from
     the affected records in the ORDERS table to related records
     in the Salesman data table. Lines crisscross everywhere.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Also, using SQL makes it easy
                    to relate these types of data
                    between tables. This is how
                    the relational database can
                    be as simple to use as the
                    flat database. Even so, it
                    still retains power of a
                    network database and its
                    complex linking features.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 11


     GRAPHIC - FOUR STILL PICTURES

     Each picture is of people engaged in work activities: an
     accountant, a marketing manager, a warehouse manager, and a
     researcher.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    No matter what position you
                    hold or what level you work
                    at, a computer is sure to be
                    close at hand.

     At the top left, the first picture of an accountant working
     with a spreadsheet grows and moves to fill two thirds of
     the frame to become a movie.

                                JOE NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Accountants use databases to
                    store and process all kinds
                    of business data like income,
                    wages, depreciation, and
                    interest. Of course, that
                    includes costs that can
                    affect the bottom line.

     The picture of the accountant quickly shrinks back to its
     previous position. At the top right, the picture of the
     marketing manager grows and moves to fill two thirds of the
     frame to become a movie. She is giving a talk while
     explaining a pie chart on the projection screen.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Then, there are Marketers who
                    use some of that same data to
                    predict sales, project
                    revenues, and to spot
                    developing trends. This
                    knowledge can help them boost
                    the company’s sales.

     The picture of the marketing manager shrinks back to its
     previous position. At the lower left, the picture of a
     warehouse supervisor grows and moves to fill two thirds of
     the frame to become a movie. He is on the receiving dock
     typing data into a computer terminal from an invoice.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 12


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Also, the warehouse manager
                    must account for every item
                    of inventory that passes
                    through his operation. He
                    must record each item’s
                    physical condition and
                    location.

     The picture of the warehouse manager shrinks back to its
     previous position. At the lower right, the picture of a
     researcher grows and moves to fill two thirds of the frame
     to become a movie. She is rotating a 3d model wireframe of
     a product on a computer screen.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Besides that, there may be
                    researchers that make use of
                    a database to track product
                    tests and how variations in
                    qualities can affect
                    important attributes and
                    features.

     The picture of the scientist shrinks back to its previous
     position.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    These are just a few of the
                    many careers that are
                    affected by the relational
                    database. You cannot avoid
                    it.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. CONFERENCE ROOM - DAY

     We see a group of people seated around the conference
     table. One person is standing up gesturing at a diagram on
     a whiteboard and talking to the group.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Relational databases touch
                    some part of everyone's work
                    life. Knowing how this
                    technology works and what it
                    can do could make a big
                    difference in your career.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 13


     INT. CONFERENCE ROOM - DAY (CONTINUED)

     We see a young man sitting at the conference table. He is
     listening to the speaker and taking notes.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    It could determine where you
                    sit in the corporate
                    hierarchy - whether you
                    follow someone else's lead .
                    . .

     INT. CONFERENCE ROOM - DAY (CONTINUED)

     We see the speaker standing at the white board. The speaker
     is pointing and gesturing at the diagram on the white board
     as he talks to the group.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    . . . or provide the
                    leadership that your company
                    needs. Having that knowledge
                    is what makes the difference.
                    That difference affects your
                    work life, income, and
                    quality of life. In short, it
                    affects your future.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     EXT. AIRPORT RUNWAY AND TERMINAL - DAY

     A large 747 approaches the runway for a landing and touches
     down. Its wheels smoke as they impact the asphalt.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    As the world becomes more of
                    a global community,
                    international trade will only
                    increase. The relational
                    database will be there to
                    help track, report on, and
                    account for each step of
                    progress along the way.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 14


     EXT. A DOCKSIDE SEAPORT - DAY

     A large container ship is tied up at the dock. Cranes are
     busy lifting containers and moving them to the waiting
     trucks.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Opportunities are everywhere
                    for those who take advantage
                    of technological developments
                    that aid this expansion in
                    trade. But getting a toe in
                    the door is not something
                    that depends on luck. Taking
                    advantage of this growth
                    depends on you. Being
                    prepared is the best way to
                    do that.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - ATI PROGRAM CURRICULUM

     We see a red field with ati's logo centered at the top, and
     two titles below it: "Relational Database Technology," and
     then below that,"- Curriculum -."

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    There is no easier way to
                    prepare for that future than
                    with ATI's Relational
                    Database Technology program.
                    Our curriculum is the most
                    extensive available. For
                    instance . . .

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - ATI PROGRAM COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

     We see a blue field with the title, "Course Highlights,"
     followed by these bullets:
               Standard Parts of The Modern Relational Database
               Modes of Database Usage in Practice
               Top Vendor Database Feature Comparisons
               SQL - The ANSI Standard Interface - In Depth

     The first bullet becomes reverse highlighted in yellow.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 15


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    You will study all the
                    standard parts of the modern
                    database along with how they
                    are constructed and function.

     The highlight fades from the first bullet as the second
     bullet becomes reverse highlighted in yellow.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Over time, various modes of
                    database usage have developed
                    like file-server, client-
                    server, and multi-tier web
                    systems. You'll learn about
                    the setup, function, and
                    advantages of each of these
                    types of systems.

     The highlight fades from the second bullet as the third
     bullet becomes reverse highlighted.

                                 NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Commercial vendors create the
                    database systems available.
                    ATI provides comprehensive
                    coverage and comparison of
                    the features of the top four
                    database systems in the
                    marketplace.

     The highlight fades from the third bullet as the fourth
     bullet becomes reverse highlighted in yellow.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    ATI also covers the
                    Structured Query Language -
                    in depth. This includes the
                    American National Standards
                    Institute version. Added to
                    that, vendor specific
                    exceptions to the A-N-S-I
                    standard are noted as well.

     As the highlight for the fourth bullet fades, the rest of
     the group of bullets also fades.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 16


     Each of the following bullets appears on screen as the
     Narrator speaks of it. These bullets use the same format as
     the last list.
               SQL Procedural Language Extensions
               Common Operational Practices
               Database Economics
               Privacy And An Security Concerns
               Database System Case Histories

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    But that isn't all. ATI goes
                    on to provide lectures and
                    course materials on
                    procedural language
                    extensions to SQL, common
                    operational practices,
                    database economics, privacy
                    and security concerns, and
                    case histories of actual
                    database projects.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - FALL SEMESTER CALENDAR

     We see a picture of a month calendar labeled "Fall
     Semester" with the days of the week and calendar dates
     arranged in a regular, numbered grid.

     The first leaf of the calendar slowly flips up and off to
     the left to reveal the leaf below it labeled "Winter
     Semester."

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    All of this knowledge and the
                    advantages of knowing about
                    relational databases can be
                    yours. All you have to do is
                    enroll at the start of one of
                    our three regularly scheduled
                    semesters.

     The second leaf of the calendar slowly flips up and off to
     the left to reveal the leaf below it labeled "Spring
     Semester."
"The Relational Database Advantage"                        Page 17


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Once you start classes, you
                    can start using this
                    knowledge almost immediately;
                    and in just three short
                    months you can complete your
                    certificate in Relational
                    Database Technology.

     The third leaf of the calendar slowly flips up and off to
     the left to reveal ATI's "Relational Database Technology,
     Certificate of Completion," below it emblazoned with a gold
     multi-pointed star and blue, satin ribbon.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    ATI provides everything you
                    need in your quest for this
                    worthwhile goal. Our programs
                    are in place and ready to go
                    when you are.

                                                      DISSOLVE TO:

     EXT. ATI OUTDOOR SIGN IN FRONT OF CAMPUS - DAY

                                                      DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. ATI CLASSROOM - DAY

     We see rows of students sitting at desks and working with
     computers while the instructor stands up front explaining
     the current lesson.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    While studying at ATI, you'll
                    work with state of the art
                    equipment. Our classrooms are
                    fully equipped and staffed.

     INT. ATI SERVER ROOM - DAY

     We see ATI's well lit, white walled, campus, server room
     with equipment racks filled with blade servers, routers,
     ups power sources, and other equipment. At a few places
     around the room, there are standalone workstations.

     One workstation has an instructor pointing to something on
     screen as two students, sitting next to her, look on.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 18


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    In ATI's program, you will
                    get hands-on experience with
                    commercial relational
                    database management systems.
                    You will get to know what is
                    required to install, build,
                    and operate a real system.

     INT. ATI INSTRUCTOR'S OFFICE - DAY

     The instructor's desk office has the usual desk, chair,
     phone, computer workstation, bookcase, and small
     whiteboard.

     A student stands beside the instructor's desk. She is
     explaining something about the open folder on the desk. The
     instructor looks up from where he is seated and nods with
     understanding and approval.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    At every step along the way,
                    you will have access to
                    knowledgeable instructors.
                    You'll be able to reach your
                    professor by phone, e-mail,
                    or face-to-face during campus
                    hours. We're always there to
                    assist you in your studies.

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     INT. "STUDY MATERIALS" PHOTO SETUP

     We see a plain white field or surface with a seamless
     background. The title "Study Materials" is displayed at the
     top of frame.

     In the order that the Narrator talks about them, books,
     manuals, a computer monitor displaying a web tutorial, and
     a collection of computer-based-training CDs appear.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 19


                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    Every class is also
                    accompanied by extensive
                    course materials. Each course
                    will use a text book, along
                    with vendor manuals, web
                    tutorials, or interactive
                    computer based training
                    programs.

     INT. COURSE COUNSELOR'S OFFICE - DAY

     We see THE outer waiting area of the ati student counseling
     office. The office has a small couch, and coffee table with
     course brochures laid out on its surface.

     A young lady is seated on the couch, studying one of the
     brochures and turning its pages. One of the counselors
     comes out of his office. She stands up and greets the
     counselor. They shake hands.

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    If you get started now, you
                    can be in the next starting
                    class. Enrollment has never
                    been easier. Walk-ins are
                    always welcome, but . . .

                                                     DISSOLVE TO:

     GRAPHIC - ATI CONTACT INFO

     We see a blue field with the following ATI logo, course
     title, and contact information:


               Advanced Technology Institute

               123 Xavier Court
               Cincinnati, OH, 12345

               1-800-123-456-7890

               www.ati-studies.com/ENROLLMENTS

                                NARRATOR (V.O.)
                    You can enroll by mail, by
                    phone, or over the internet.
"The Relational Database Advantage"                       Page 20


                    ATI understands the demands
                    of our modern society, and
                    makes provisions for those
                    who have a busy work
                    schedule.

                    Financial assistance is
                    available to qualifying
                    students. ATI also welcomes
                    those with disabilities.

                    Contact ATI today and get the
                    next chapter of your life
                    started today.

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