Electronic Records Management
- University of Dundee Centre for Archive and Information Studies (CAIS)
- Learning Objectives
-Electronic records and their management: key concepts and terminology; unique properties of electronic records; implications of these properties for their management; understanding and coping in hybrid paper and electronic environments.
-Incorporating electronic records management into the information fabric of your organisation: drivers for electronic records and information management; key elements of a successful electronic records program; mandates and policies; technical and social infrastructure; establishing collaborations with key personnel.
-Getting started: simple first steps to begin managing your organisation’s information; understanding your organisation’s information landscape; sources of information to help you manage information; gaining practical experience; learning from the experience of others.
- Training Fee
- GBP 680, plus GBP 140 registration fee
- Target Audience1
- Contact E-Mail
The Centre for Archive and Information Services offers a range of tutor supported short part-time distance learning courses which can be taken for continuing professional development. These are aimed at archivists, records managers, compliance officers and other information professionals who wish to:
-Keep up to date with new standards, theories and methodologies
-Upgrade practical skills
-Acquire new skills
-Exchange knowledge and experiences with fellow professionals
-Learn how to deal with new technologies
-Understand how to comply with legislation affecting the sector
-Reach out to new users and communities
-Apply organisational and management skills to their work
They are accredited by the UK Society of Archivists and subject to the quality assurance framework of the School of Humanities of the University of Dundee.
If you wish to enrol you should have an active interest in the topic, be able to spend around 15 hours a week thinking and studying and have broadband internet access.
In 2011, this course was offered three times, with January, May and September starts. Contact the University for details of future dates.