Categorise a range of archives management theories, principles and standards.Store data description and arrangement techniques for reference. Explore the history of archiving. Build the ability to appraise an organisation's archival requirements.
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This subject was previously known as INFM270 Archives Concepts and Practice.
This subject introduces students to the theory and practice of archives and the archival profession. In this unit, students examine key archival principles and practices and their application in Australian and international regulatory frameworks, standards, and policies. A key focus in this unit includes a critical examination of archives and archival work as instruments and facilitators of power, accountability, identity, memory and social justice.
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