In this course, graduates gain an understanding of the relationship between individuals and information and knowledge practices.
Graduates have: demonstrated sophisticated information-handling skills appropriate for professional practice in diverse environments an understanding of the relationship between individuals and public/private recorded information and knowledge practices as well as tacit/explicit knowledge, and how this can be valued, captured, structured and shared for effective use an understanding of contemporary issues, trends, innovations and forces for change in information practice as well as the broader political, policy and technological contexts an understanding of ethical practice and the ability to operate with integrity, rigour, self-reliance and cooperation in professional contexts demonstrated creative, critical, reflective problem-solving capabilities in the context of their professional roles and a commitment to lifelong learning.
Career options include corporate information manager, database designer, electronic information systems manager, information content developer, information designer, knowledge manager, librarian, media researcher, network manager, research officer or records manager.
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Last updated September 1, 2016