EHEA bachelor’s degree in Information and Documentation

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1. In terms of cross-disciplinary competences, the student who successfully completes the degree course will be able to:

  • demonstrate an ethical approach to using information and communicating it to other people;
  • work according to the organizational processes of an institution or business;
  • adapt to changing professional circumstances;
  • assess the benefits involved in cooperating with other professionals in cultural heritage documentation and management;
  • collaborate and contribute to a common project in cross-disciplinary teams;
  • manage information technologies;
  • continue learning responsibly;
  • communicate in foreign languages, especially in English
  • demonstrate creative and entrepreneurship skills;
  • use oral, written and visual communication abilities;
  • use and manage personal information.

2. In terms of specific competences, the student will be able to:

  • analyze the environment of the information units and the users’ needs, as well as obtain and interpret data from the various information processes;
  • apply planning skills to control and optimize the resources of an organization, and manage projects through the prediction of its costs, workload and human resources;
  • analyse and interpret potential or current clients’ demands and supply clients with the information, materials and orientation they require;
  • identify and assess information resources, recovery and retrieval skills so as to ensure optimal use of those resources in meeting demands and solving problems;
  • design criteria and information skills to access, select, acquire, preserve and erase various document collections;
  • define regulations and other tools used in the structuring, description and representation of archives, and facilitate the use of stored information by supplying clients with documental products and services;
  • convert information systems to digital formats and use computer tools;
  • identify the strong and weak points of an organization and propose solutions to improve its quality;
  • use tools and strategies to promote units, services and information products for the labour market.

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