University of South Australia
Degree overview 1.Develop the unique and advanced skills required for archivists and information preservation. 2.Participate in a practical field work project and a four-week placement within a library. 3.Developed in conjunction with the State Library of South Australia and State Records of South Australia. 4.Accredited by the Australian Library and Information Association, the Australian Society of Archivists and Records, and Information Management Professionals Australasia. 5.97 per cent of our assessed research is at or above world class, according to 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA). Snapshot Develop the unique and advanced skills used by archivists and experts in information preservation. The Graduate Diploma in Information Management (Archives and Records Management) offers a learning environment informed by industry and relevant professional practice. It has been developed in conjunction with the State Library and State Records of South Australia. If you decide to exit this qualification having completed the first four courses you will receive the Graduate Certificate in Information Management. If you finish this qualification and want to do further study, consider going on to the Master of Information Management (Archives and Records Management). What youll learn What you Learn You will develop an advanced understanding of information management in areas such as archival management, records management, and accessing and organising resources. You will also do an information management project and a four week industry placement.
|Institution Name||University of South Australia|
|Campus Location||City West|
|Course Duration||1 year(s) full-time|
|Course University||University of South Australia|
As Australia’s University of Enterprise, the University of South Australia aspires to be a leader in translating the knowledge generated by our research into real world outcomes, including technology and skills.
The University of South Australia is committed to solving complex, real-world problems. We collaborate closely with government, industry, business, the professions and other community groups to ensure our research and consultancy is conducted with an emphasis on applied knowledge.The University has established streamlined pathways to partner with industry, including co-developed degree programs and its Industry Professor scheme.