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  • Bologna Process. [1] This model would replace a four-year BA (Hons) degree in history with a 3-2-3 degree structure: a three-year generalist Bachelor’s degree, followed by a two-year MA and a three-year PhD. Forty-five European nation states have demonstrated their support for the Bologna model, favouring the harmonisation of academic degree standards in the European tertiary education system, a move that is hoped will make the EU more competitive with North America and Asia. [2] The Bologna Process shares similarities with the American system of undergraduate generalist education and postgraduate professional training. If such a system is developed in Australia, vocational degrees previously offered at undergraduate level such as law, medicine, engineering, nursing and education will only be offered as postgraduate programs. [1] For more on the Bologna Model, see Department of Education, Science and Training, ‘The Bologna Process and Australia: Next Steps’, April 2006, at http://www.dest.gov.au/NR/rdonlyres/D284E32F-98DD-4A67-A3C2-D5B6F3F41622/9998/BolognaPaper.pdf . Accessed 2 June 2006; Group of Eight, ‘The Bologna Process and Australia’, Submission to the Department of Education, Science and Training, May 2006, at http://www.go8.edu.au/policy/papers/2006/Go8%20on%20Bologna%2019.05.06.pdf . Accessed 2 June 2006. [2] Group of Eight, ‘The Bologna Process and Australia’, Submission to the Department of Education, Science and Training, May 2006, at http://www.go8.edu.au/policy/papers/2006/Go8%20on%20Bologna%2019.05.06.pdf . Accessed 2 June 2006. The Melbourne Model is being implemented at CDU School of Creative Arts and Humanities from 2008 and is similar to other countries and Melbourne University where you choose form several broad undergraduate programs followed by a professional graduate degree, research higher degree or entry directly into employment.

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  • Creative Pathways @ CDU Information Studies ALIA Top End Symposium 2007
  • Higher education……evolving trends The Bologna Process http://www.go8.edu.au/policy/papers/2006/Go8%20on%20Bologna%2019.05.06.pdf The Melbourne Model http://www.futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/courses/melbmodel/ The BCAI at CDU http://eagle.ntu.edu.au/NTU/Apps/coursere.nsf/W_Courses_Interest/267A169F79A516F6692572D8004C83EB?OpenDocument
  • Entry points
    • Library technician (Cert III, IV, Dip)
    • Bachelor of Creative Arts And Industries (BCAI)
    • Graduate Diploma
    • Individual subjects
  • GDIKM subjects
    • 8 units total
    • 6 core units
    • Covering intro to IKM, Access, Reference, Managing Resources, Systems, Strategies and Professional placement
    • 2 electives
    • Covering Cataloguing, Health Informatics, Knowledge mapping for strategies and websites
    • Information industry seminar series
  • Higher education……evolving needs
    • Trends in local job ads………
    • ALIA website
    • RMAA website
    • ACS website
    • Local paper
  • References
  • Contact details C HARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY Anastasia Govan BA(IM)GradDip(Mgt)PCP AIMM MACS AALIA MRMAA Lecturer & Co ordinator Charles Darwin University Grad Dip Information & Knowledge Management Phone 0428836405 [email_address]
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