Tuesday, 3rd April 2018Time: 1:00PM - 2:30PM
Location: Rm 211, Committee Room, Registry Building
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Information Management 101
This workshop provides the basics of what you need to know about managing information that you work with on a daily basis, and makes you think about how you can arrange your information in the most efficient manner. For you and for the University.
Subjects included in the workshop are:
- What's my framework?
- Risks and rewards
- Digital versus paper
- Information security
- Information classification
Material from the University's Archives & Records management pages will be referenced. This can be found at http://www.flinders.edu.au/integritygovernancerisk/policyandsecretariat/archives/archives.cfm
Type of course
Bas De Groot
Who should attend
The workshop is focused on professional and academic staff of the University.
What you will learn
You will learn about
- your obligations when it comes to managing University records and information,
- how to organise information in an efficient manner that will enable you to work more efficiently, and
- to recognise opportunities for improving your information and data management.
Prerequisites / assumed knowledge
Staff attending the course are assumed to have completed the 'Keep the Knowledge - Make a Record' eModule.