Academic information management 101

Module code AIM 101
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
Module content

Find, evaluate, process, manage and present information resources for academic purposes using appropriate technology. Apply effective search strategies in different technological environments. Demonstrate the ethical and fair use of information resources. Integrate 21st-century communications into the management of academic information.

Module credits 6.00
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BAdmin Option: Public Administration
BAdmin Public Management
BCom Accounting Sciences
BCom Agribusiness Management
BCom Business Management
BCom Communication Management
BCom Econometrics
BCom Economic and Management Sc
BCom Economics
BCom Entrepreneurship
BCom Financial Sciences
BCom Human Resource Management
BCom Informatics: Information Systems
BCom Investment Management
BCom Marketing Management
BCom Option: Supply Chain Management
BCom Recreation and Sports Management
BCom Statistics
BEd Foundation Phase Teaching
BEd Intermediate Phase Teaching
BEd Senior Phase and Further Education and Training Teaching
BIS Information Science
BIS Multimedia
BIS Publishing
BIT Information Technology
BSc (Construction Management) Construction Management (3Years)
BSc Information Technology Information and Knowledge Systems
BSc Real Estate
BSc(Computer Science) Computer Science
BSc: Quantity Surveying (3Yrs) Quantity Surveying
BTown and Regional Planning Town and Regional Planning
BChD Dentistry
BCur Nursing Science
BDietetics Dietetics
BOccTher Occupational Therapy
BOH Oral Hygiene
BPhysT Physiotherapy
BRad Diagnostics
BSportSci BSportSci
HCert (Sports Science) Option: Education
HCert (Sports Science) Option: Sports Coaching
MBChB Medicine
BA (Fine Arts) Fine Arts
BA Audiology
BA Extended Programme
BA Humanities
BA Information Design Information Design
BA Languages Languages
BA Music Music
BA Option: Sport and Leisure in Society
BA Option: Sport and Recreation Management
BA Option: Sports Coaching Science
BA Option: Sports Psychology
BA Visual Studies
BDram Drama
BHCSc Heritage and Cultural Tourism
BMus Music
BPolSci International Studies
BPolSci Political Studies
BSocial Work Social Work
BSocSci Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies
BSocSci Option: Philosophy, Politics and Economics
BDiv Theology
BTh Theology
BVeterinary Science Veterinary Science
Service modules Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
Faculty of Theology
Faculty of Veterinary Science
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Contact time 2 lectures per week
Language of tuition Both Afr and Eng
Academic organisation Information Science
Period of presentation Semester 1

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