CB8 What are the students that can be used
CB9 What students communicate
CB10 That students possess the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
CG1 Understand the impact of new digital environments on libraries, archives and other documentation services, as well as the role that professionals and experts in information and documentation should play in this technological and social context.
CG2 Identify lines of technological innovation in libraries and archives and documentation centers, and undertake possible projects for their development. Do you
CG5 Recognize the growing importance of teamwork in the workplace and ability to adapt and integrate in different work environments, maintenance relationships and fluid communications.
CG8 Value rigorous and well-done work, when planning, organizing and developing one's own activities, demonstrating initiative, creativity and a sense of responsibility, maintaining interest throughout the process, and feeling personal satisfaction with the results achieved.
CG9 Integrate knowledge, trial forms and communicate their conclusions, as well as the latest knowledge and reasons that are sustainable, specialized public and not specialized in ambiguities.
CG10 Recognize the need for continuous adaptation to the media in the productive sectors, and to technological and organizational innovations related to the profession, showing interest in the activities of the profession, the use of new techniques, processes, tools and technologies
CE1 Know and analyze the current state and future prospects of technological progress and its application in libraries and archives.
CE5 Examine the main security problems associated with network information, as well as knowledge of the protection systems in this digital environment
RESULTS OF LEARNING
This subject focuses on training students in the various technical and legal aspects of the resources that determine the support tools for information and documentary tasks. A crucial aspect of the training is that students acquire the necessary skills for the implementation of digital document management projects (EDRMS). For this, the student will be provided with the necessary skills to plan, analyze and manage the implementation of a solution suitable for typical scenarios in the framework of digital continuity and access to information in networks. You will be trained in basic skills to evaluate different technological alternatives for the creation of EDRMS, ensuring your access by authorized users and institutions.
The student after passing the subject must:
Design and evaluate initiatives and strategies for managing large volumes of data in public and private organizations
Know tasks related to Data in terms of data debugging and interoperability.
Apply techniques to prepare studies and reports that allow analyzing and evaluating data management in an organization.
Know and understand the objectives of information security and threats and vulnerabilities of information systems.
Know and understand the problems of authentication and integrity of the electronic document and the tools to guarantee them.
Know and apply the legal regime of administrative transparency and public information.
Understand and apply the legal regime of information and documentation in public organizations on storage media.
Select open source or commercial tools for the implementation of effective and efficient document and file management systems.
Analyze the most relevant technological resources in the treatment of digital information.
Use and apply the necessary methods, techniques and tools in the implementation, development and exploitation of digital information systems and services.