Management of Information Services
View information management through the lenses of professional practice and workplace culture. Discover its impact on human resource managements, financial planning and strategic marketing. Learn to highlight the benefits of information services.
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- 26 Aug 2019
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- demonstrate an understanding of the principles of management of information services
- undertake foundation planning with regards to the finances, human resources, services and facilities of an information service
- evaluate the operational strategies and performance outcomes of an information service
- communicate the values and benefits of an information service to a client group.
- Student will be provided with a list of topics in their Unit Outline.
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Web links
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
CUR-LIM215-Archives Concepts and Practice
CUR-LIM115-Recordkeeping Concepts and Practice , or CUR-INFM250-Recordkeeping Concepts and Practice
CUR-LIS125-Technologies for Information Services , or CUR-LIM125
CUR-LIS100-Librarianship Concepts and Practice , or CUR-LIS110
No special requirements
Within a framework of organisational culture and professional practice, this subject examines management principles and practices in the context of information services. This includes strategic and financial planning, human resource management, facilities planning, legal, ethical and safety considerations, disaster planning, strategic marketing, and the evaluation of services.
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- Reflection (20%)
- Case Study (40%)
- Report (40%)
Textbooks are not required.