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IST3131 Information Policies
Credit Points: 15
This unit examines the role of information policy in organisations as well as the technological, social, political and economic forces that shape policy formation. The impact of information policy on the management of information and knowledge resources in organisations is considered in detail.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
B40Bachelor of Science (Communication and Information Technology)
B52Bachelor of Science(Communication&Information Technology)/Bachelor of Science(Library Technology)
SMCOMCommunication and Information Technology 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMCCITCommunication and Information Technology 8 Unit Supporting Major
STCITCommunication and Information Technology Major
MACITCommunication and Information Technology Major
MICITInformation Technology Minor
MACSITInformation Technology Major
MACSITInformation Technology Major
SMINTEInformation Technology 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIINTEInformation Technology Minor
MIINFTInformation Technology Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004