Technical and societal changes have fundamentally transformed the way people and institutions produce, use, collect, share, and store information. The implications of these developments for information management and recordkeeping are the key topics in the Dual Master's Archival and Information Studies. For instance, how are values such as transparency, privacy and inclusivity affected by and integrated in record-keeping practices?
Globally unique programme
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In this video a teacher and a student of the programme explain in 5 minutes how this programme is structured and what the unique aspects are.
Governments collect and use large amounts of data about people, sometimes with far-reaching consequences for citizens. My research focuses on how recordkeeping can contribute to fair governance in which ethics, accountability and transparency are important principles.Profile page Prof. Charles Jeurgens
Archival and Information Studies is a programme of the accredited Master's degree programme Media Studies. Upon successful completion of this programme you will receive a legally accredited Master's degree in Media Studies and the title Master of Arts (MA).
With an additional 30 ECTS in the field of history, law or public administration, students can obtain the Archivistiek A certificate which is required for some positions in the Netherlands.