Creation Information Product

Second part of two… continuation of “Information Product Analysis”. Zarah Z. ArroyoMaster of Digital Information ManagementUniversity of Technology Sydney Justifications of Own Design Decisions Information Product Content: Australian Endangered Species (identified by the Professor) Targeted Audience: Museum Visitors Why Newsletter? Newsletters are great way to engage intended audience and keep them informed about many aspects of business…

Information Product Analysis

This is the first of two parts which is an analysis of an existing information product designed for an audience and specific content/purpose while the second part is an example of an information product and justifications of certain decisions made regarding its design. -Zarah ArroyoMaster of Digital Information ManagementUniversity of Technology Sydney Analysis of An…

Design Journal

An analysis and evaluation of two information products (a web-based and printed information product) a poorly-designed product and the other well-designed one. -Zarah Z. ArroyoStudent, Master of Digital Information ManagementUniversity of Technology Sydney A. Web-based Information Product Websites are essential media platforms to represent business or companies in providing relevant information. The quality of content…

Reflective Memo

on the creation of an information product utilising a wide variety of digital sources and showcasing investigative research skills. -Zarah Zamora-ArroyoMaster of Digital Information Management, University of Technology Sydney As I was browsing over the net to find a topic for an information product, I came across the Global Gender Gap Index Report for 2017,…

Minding the Gap: PH Gender and Development Story

an information product for the Investigative Research in the Digital Environment subject Zarah Zamora-Arroyostudent, Master of Digital Information ManagementUniversity of Technology Sydney It cannot be denied that issues on gender are significant considerations in a nation’s development.  For one, gender equality is critical in achieving social and institutional change that leads to sustainable development. Shreds of…

Leveling-Up Records Management in the Digital Era: Challenges and Opportunities

This paper is prepared for the executives working in the field of information management, data management, document management, information and communication technology and records management in the public sector, specifically in the Civil Service Commission Regional Office V.  Zarah Zamora-ArroyoMaster of Digital Information Management, University of Technology Sydney The records management landscape is changing. Organisations…

HRIS: The Challenges of Data Security

a critical analysis of a specific aspect of information security within an organisational context for the Managing Enterprise Information and Knowledge. -Zarah Zamora-ArroyoMaster of Digital Information Management, University of Technology Sydney HRIS: Boon or Bane? The role of Human Resource (HR) in every organisation has become pivotal in recent years. HR is continuously challenged to…

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I write about thoughts and feelings and capture moments thru the lens. I share my ideas about many things such as love, gadgets, fashion, friendship, relationship, leadership, health and. fitness, smoking, religion, travels, work as a teacher and a human resource management practitioner focusing on recruitment, learning and development, training, employee engagement and performance management….

Protocols for Handling Australian Indigenous Materials

What are protocols and why they are needed? Protocols for handling indigenous materials may vary form one nation to the other, which are often based on cultural practices and ethical principles surrounding the artistry and significance of the materials.1In Australia, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library, Information and Resource Network Inc. (ATSILIRN), explained that…

Understanding Knowledge Sharing through People Management Practices

Introduction There is an increasing rate of academic papers being published around managing knowledge specifically citing theories and practices in knowledge sharing in various fields of interest.  However, the implication of the rising interest in managing knowledge for human resource practices is an area of research to which little attention has been made (Scarbrough and Carter,…