|Full Title:||Teaching Innovations Fund|
|Dates:||1997 – 1998|
This project was concerned with the internationalisation of subject content of the recordkeeping specialisation in the (then) Master of Information Management with reference to the global context of the students’ learning environment.
Recordkeeping and the culture of recordkeeping has a close relationship to the constitution of legal structures and the functioning of society. Many countries to which we deliver our programs (and countries in which we seek to deliver our programs) have different societal structures and legal environments. Recordkeeping in those different contexts is no less critical, but the impetus for keeping records in other environments comes from a range of different perspectives. Providing education for recordkeepers must be tailored to their cultural needs, as well as being educationally sound and it is this understanding which underpinned this project.