The proper management of information and data in government organizations is critical to sharing information effectively across departments, with external stakeholders, and with Canadian citizens. This online self-paced course outlines the stages of records and information life-cycle management and reviews information management activities that support programs and services in federal departments. Participants will learn about the different classification systems, advanced search and retrieval techniques and accepted retention and disposition processes.
- managing information resources
- understanding metadata
- developing classification systems
- applying search and retrieval methods
- setting retention specifications
It is recommended that learners who are new to the field of information management take Fundamentals of Information Management (I301) before registering for this course.