Get up to date with modern approaches to archives management. Keep account of relevant principles and standards. See how you stack up assessing the storage needs of an organisation. Learn about academic and business communication language
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This subject introduces students to the theory and practice of archives and the archival profession. In this subject, students examine key archival principles and practices and their application in Australian and international regulatory frameworks, standards, and policies. A key focus in this subject 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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