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106-117 Records and Information Mgmt

Explore fundamental principles and practices of effective records management following the recommendations of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA). Complete hands-on exercises and projects using alphabetic, subject, numeric and geographic filing methods. Study all phases of a record’s life cycle including records retention. Discuss supplies and equipment, charge-out procedures and security of information. Electronic records storage and retrieval methods are introduced and practiced using Microsoft Access software to create tables, queries and reports in a database management system.

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Offering number: 106-117-002

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CRN: 10969
Tuition/fee: $467.25
Seats Open: 17
Instructor: Schmidt, Martha M
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