Study in Records

collardsdebonairΔιαχείριση

6 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 9 μήνες)

103 εμφανίσεις

Presented by

Barbara Reed

Monash University
Postgraduate
Study in Records
Management and
Archives


Why Study Records Management and Archives
at the Monash University Faculty of IT?


Set yourself apart in a
competitive marketplace


Enhance your skills and gain
depth


Change your career


Exploit your skills and interests

Why Study Records Management and Archives at
the Monash University Faculty of IT?



Member of the GO8



Accredited programs



Research led teaching


Real commitment to
quality


Outstanding facilities

_____________

AUSTRALIAN


SOCIETY
of

ARCHIVISTS Inc.

Levels of Postgraduate Study

Postgraduate Courses in Records
Management and Archives


Graduate Diploma in Information and Knowledge
Management (GDIKM)


One year full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time)


The basic professional qualification accredited by ASA,
RMAA and ALIA


Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS)


1.5 years full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time)



MBIS Professional (by coursework)


2 years full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time)
.


MBIS Professional (by minor thesis)


2 years full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time), including a
minor thesis of one
-
semester’s duration
.

Graduate Diploma in Information and
Knowledge Management (GDIKM)


Entry requirement




Bachelor degree in any field



The GDIKM is designed to meet the requirements
for professional accreditation for information
and knowledge management professionals,
specifically for:


Records managers (with RMAA)


Archivists (with ASA)


Librarians (with ALIA)


Graduate Diploma in Information and
Knowledge Management (GDIKM)



The GDIKM c
omprises 8 units from the MBIS
program, including


The MBIS foundation unit
FIT9003 Database Design


Units from the MBIS Library, Archiving and
Recordkeeping Systems professional track, and the
Corporate Information and Knowledge Management
Professional track


See the next slide for a list of specific units


Students wishing to proceed to a Masters
qualification after completing the Grad Dip IKM
transfer to the MBIS.

GDIKM: Units for Professional Accreditation

by the RMAA and ASA



FIT9003 Database Design



FIT5087 Archival Systems



FIT5107 Managing Business Records



FIT5086 Information & Knowledge Management Principles



FIT5088 Information & Knowledge Management Systems



FIT5104 Professional Practice



FIT5090 Social Informatics



FIT5102 IT Strategy and Governance



All these units are available for both on campus and


off campus/distance education study.


Master of Business Information Systems program

Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS)


Entry requirement



Bachelor degree in any field



Comprises 12 units



4 foundation IT units
(also available in off
-
campus mode)



4 professional track units



4 elective units (may be an additional professional track)

Professional tracks in:



Library, archival and recordkeeping systems
(available by OCL)



Corporate information and knowledge management
(available by OCL)



Business intelligence



Business systems



Enterprise systems



Business application development
(available by OCL)

Off
-
campus Study


All units are available for study in both on
campus mode and off campus mode.


It is possible to study your degree in
records management and archives entirely
in off campus (distance education) mode

Research
-
led Teaching


Monash University is a research leader in records
management and archiving.



Its international profile in this area forms a strong base for
its teaching.


Records management and archiving research is part
of Monash’s Centre for Organisational and Social
Informatics (COSI)



http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/research/centres/cosi/

index.html


The next slide outlines some of Monash’s notable
research projects in this field.


Research
-
led Teaching


The Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project (2003
-
2006)


http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/research/groups/rcrg/crkm/index.html


Developed prototypes to demonstrate how to overcome major barriers to
the implementation of recordkeeping and resource discovery metadata
standards, particularly in eGovernment.


Breast Cancer Knowledge Online


Investigated and analysed diverse information needs amongst women with
breast cancer, and their families, and developed and prototyped a design
for a web
-
based user
-
sensitive portal to breast cancer knowledge online.


The Trust and Technology Project


Building an archival system for Indigenous oral memory

enabling Koorie
communities to archive oral memory, and to engage with existing
government and institutional archives on their terms.


Research Degrees


One year full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time)


Master of Information Management & Systems (Research)


Master of Business Systems (Research)


Master of Information Technology (Research)


Master of Philosophy


Three years full
-
time (or equivalent part
-
time)


Doctor of Philosophy

Research Degrees

Further Information

Please contact:

(Dr) Kerry Tanner

Phone (03) 9903 2626

Kerry.Tanner@infotech.monash.edu.au