Degree Programmes Offered.
  • CE1: Be able to analyse and interpret the information needs of actual and potential users, and to provide and organise the resources needed to ensure their satisfaction both with the information received and with their interaction with the information professional.
  • CE2: Be able to detect training needs and to design and implement user training programmes aimed at improving their information skills.
  • CE3: Be able to run marketing programmes and disseminate information systems and services.
  • CE4: Be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of an information service, system or product by establishing and using evaluation indicators and developing solutions to improve their quality.
  • CE5: Be able to plan and organise information units.
  • CE6: Be able to manage the human, economic and material resources of the different information units.
  • CE7: Have skills for managing collections and archive resources in any format, by establishing policies and participating in the process of selection, acquisition, description and dissemination of such collections, as well as in the processes of preservation, conservation and physical treatment of these materials.
  • CE8: Know the national and international legal and administrative framework for information management, and apply the legal and regulatory provisions and procedures relating to the information and documentation activity.
  • CE9: Be able to detect the patterns of production and consumption of information in different areas (scientific, professional, business, citizen) and recognise the sources and resources of information available to assist users in their search for information.
  • CE10: Be able to identify, authenticate and evaluate information sources and resources.
  • CE11: Be able to search and retrieve information by methods that meet the expectations and needs of users in optimal conditions of cost and time.
  • CE12: Be able to design information products and services in any field and by any means of dissemination (electronic edition) according to the information and training needs detected in a community of users.
  • CE13: Be able to analyse and index the content of documents according to the documentary language adopted and to organise such information using the technological means available for its analysis, storage and retrieval.
  • CE14: Have skills for creating and applying documentary languages in information systems.
  • CE15: Be able to use and put into practice methods, techniques and computer tools (hardware or software) for the design, implementation, development and operation of information systems.
  • CE16: Understand, design and apply models for data and information representation, and mechanisms for data extraction and exploitation and for information retrieval.
  • CE17: Know, use and apply information and communication technologies applied to the storage, use, management, handling, distribution and exploitation of data, information and knowledge.
  • CE18: Know, use and apply the computer and telecommunications tools that support the development of the set of skills that must be acquired in the training process.