I am providing Module 2 of the course: "Electronic Document Management" and have been agonizing about the issues of how to turn what I teach computer science students into something suitable for industry, in this Blog.
All those with an interest in information management in government agencies are welcome to attend the launch:
What: Launch of the Systems Approach to Management of Government Information (SATOMGI) course
When: Wednesday 20th June 2007 Where: Menzies Room, The National Archives of Australia Time: 10.15 for 10.30am
Human Resource Managers, career advisers and other senior administrators involved in the professional development of key personnel in the public sector will learn how they can assist people in government agencies to acquire the critical skills they need to manage government information and records that keeps pace with international trends, and increasing technological change.
Records Managers and Information Management professionals interested in developing and improving their skills would also find this event of interest.
What does this new program have to offer?
These postgraduate short courses are designed for senior executives, senior and middle managers, chief information officers, IT systems managers, records managers and information managers, as well as senior administrative personnel to help them to:
Presenters: Mr Ross Gibbs, Director General of the National Archives of Australia Dr Zbigniew Stachurski, Director, ANU Centre for Science and Engineering of Materials
- lead organisational thinking for the strategic and technological management of materials;
- plan, organize and control the implementation of a systems based approach to this management.
This event is jointly hosted by ANU and the National Archives of Australia and ANU and NAA staff will be available during the event to answer your questions. Morning tea will be served from 11.00am to 11.30am.
RSVP Online only by Friday 15th June 2007 for catering purposes. <https://apollo.anu.edu.au/default.asp?pid=2151>
ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
T: + 61 2 6125 6601