BASIC COMPETENCIES OF THE SUBJECT
CB7 - Students should be able to apply the acquired knowledge and problem-solving skills in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of ¿¿study
CB8 - Students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on information that, incomplete or limited, includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of their knowledge and judgments
CB10 - Students have the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
GENERAL COMPETENCES OF THE SUBJECT
CG1 - Understand the impact of new digital environments on libraries, archives and other documentation services, as well as the role that professionals and experts of 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.
CG3 - Manage and manage files, libraries and digital information services in various fields of application, both public bodies and private companies.
CG4 - To carry out advisory and technological consultancy tasks for the implementation of basic services for the creation, processing, storage, diffusion and conservation of information in digital format.
CG6 - Accept the need for constant self-learning and continuous training as instruments that facilitate adaptation to technological and organizational innovations.
CG7 - Acquire a global and coordinated vision of the processes and services that are given in libraries and archives and the incidence that has the control of the quality in them in the satisfaction of the users.
CG11 - Ability to interpret, apply and innovate in context methodologies, technologies, policies and new methods of analysis, treatment and retrieval of information.
CE1 - To know and analyze the current state and future perspectives of technological progress and its application in libraries and archives.
CE3 - To use the essential techniques of digitalization of documents and production of digital collections, as well as the preservation of digital objects obtained
CE6 Use metadata vocabularies and other models of semantic schemes for the treatment of digital documents
CE8 - Apply methodologies and tools that allow an agile, effective, adapted and evaluable response to risks or alterations that jeopardize the digital continuity of the organization.
RESULTS OF THE LEARNING OF THE SUBJECT
The student will learn about:
- The value of standards and their usefulness.
- The principles governing the development of standards.
- The regulatory framework and the role of entities such as ISO and AENOR in the definition of standards.
- The main norms dedicated to the management of documents and archives, and their grouping and typology.
. The design, organization, management of document management systems, including the selection and deployment of technical solutions.
. The technical and functional characteristics that must be satisfied by computer systems for document management.
- The rules that establish the characteristics that a document management system must fulfill in order to guarantee the preservation of the assets of the organization and the continuity of the business.
- Best practices, methodologies and guides to evaluate the operation of document management systems and to anticipate risks that compromise their availability, continuity and efficiency.
The student will be able to understand the value of international standards, and their application in the field of document management.
RESULTS OF LEARNING OF THE SUBJECT
The student, after passing the subject, must:
- Select and evaluate the most appropriate standards for the implementation of electronic document management systems.
- Apply the standards in the design, implementation and operation of a document management system.
- Interpret the rules and apply them in the specific context of different organizations.
- Be able to audit the implementation of standards in a document management system.
This subject has a strong link with subjects that have addressed mainly the subjects: Archival; Technical management of archival documents and automated systems in information units.