Instructor: C. Bart-Riedstra
This course will address the essentials of Records Management in today’s organization. The records life-cycle/continuum models, expansion of electronic document management, and contemporary issues facing information management professionals will be explored throughout the course content. Particular focus will be on the integration of traditional paper based and electronic records systems.
Course Syllabi for LIS 9203L-650 (Summer 2021)
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Prerequisites: MLIS 9002
Program Content Areas
Information Organization, Curation and Access
Managing and Working in Information Organizations
Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:
1. Recognize and articulate the needs and requirements of records management systems in a variety of organizational contexts (PLLO 2);
2. Apply contemporary records management principles to specific records management systems (PLLO 3);
3. Contribute to the effective administration of records management systems within modern integrated information systems (PLLO 6);
4. Apply records management techniques to practical work environments (PLLO 5).
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives