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Managing Rec. in Elec. Envi.
Records Management is an essential component of archival practice. This course covers the principles, standard, procedures, and technologies utilized in modern recordkeeping and information resources management. Topics include appraisal, scheduling and disposition, systems theory, functional analysis, systems design and electronic records management and policy. management setting. Required course for Archives Management Concentration. Prerequisite: LIS 415 for all students and LIS-438 is suggested for Archives Concentrators.
- Course number: LIS-456
- Credits: 3.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture