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Librarianship, Information Management and Curatorial Studies

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Librarianship, Information Management and Curatorial Studies

Librarianship, Information Management and Curatorial Studies is the study of selecting, acquiring, organising, storing and facilitating the use of collections of information, and locating, identifying and assessing cultural heritage resources.

The main purpose of this field of education is to develop an understanding of different methods and practices in library and information management, the methods of selecting and organising library resources, and the technology used in the storage, retrieval and dissemination of information. It also involves analysing cultural materials, preserving artefacts and planning exhibitions.

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