|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Report 2 Software (3500 words)||60%|
|Semester Assessment||Report 1 CDStrategy (2500 words)||40%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Report 1 (3500 words)||60%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Report 2 (2500 words)||40%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
1. Select and apply the appropriate methods, tools and procedures to enable the creation, control and use of records in organisational contexts.
2. Design appropriate strategies for the acquisition and development of archival collections.
3. Demonstrate an understanding of arrangement and description of archival collections for their management and accessibility.
4. Interpret appropriate legislation, standards, and best practice in order to specify requirements for the design and procurement of a recordkeeping system.
5. Select and apply the appropriate tools and techniques to analyse organisational functions for the development of appropriate records management programmes and systems.
6. Identify, synthesize, and evaluate a range of relevant academic and professional literature and case studies to support argument.
This module provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to design and implement recordkeeping policies, strategies, and systems regardless of format and age. We will examine the importance and management of records in a modern organizational context and the processes and standards used to create, capture, and maintain intellectual control of records across the continuum.
Records and Information Governance
Exploring the standards, processes, and tools that underpin the creation, control and use of records in organizational contexts. We will examine the benefits of records management programmes and their role in wider business continuity, compliance, and risk management strategies.
Archival development and description
Examining standards, strategies, and processes for the acquisition, arrangement, and description of archives to facilitate user access, including, content standards, authority control, and network interoperability.
Exploring the functional requirements for recordkeeping systems for both records and archives. We will discuss the main options for such systems, the strengths and weaknesses of some of the existing providers, and the process of procurement.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number||n/a|
|Communication||Effective oral communication will be required in seminars (not assessed) and written skills and style will be tested through assessment.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||Informal feedback on seminar work and formal feedback on assignments will facilitate student development.|
|Information Technology||To produce written work and identify appropriate source material.|
|Personal Development and Career planning||The module provides introduction to essential skills for information professionals.|
|Problem solving||Assignment work draws on professional scenarios in which students will be expected to apply their knowledge.|
|Research skills||Identification of appropriate resources to support written work.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Selecting and applying appropriate tools to develop recordkeeping programmes and systems.|
|Team work||Some collaborative work will be required as part of preparation for seminars and/or during seminars.|
This module is at CQFW Level 7