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Micrographics is a well-established technology that continues to play a significant role in systematic management of recorded information. This course is intended for a level 1 or 2 RIM practitioner, including RIM practitioners seeking their CRM. It provides a general understanding of micrographics by covering the terminology, advantages, and methods of creation, storage requirements, equipment for viewing, and equipment for scanning.

This course, in concert with the textbook, Micrographics: Technology for the 21st Century by William Saffady, Ph.D., that is provided at a reduced cost as a part of your purchase, provides a thorough introduction to the subject matter. 
 
This online course is full of practical, real-world solutions you can put to work immediately in your office. Each section of this online course contains audio and review questions, as well as printable course notes for easy offline reading and review.
 
This course may be purchased individually and is also included in our Essentials of RIM Certificate Program.

You have 12 months from the date of registration to complete the course
Here's HOW TO ACCESS YOUR EDUCATION. 
 
 
Estimated time of completion: 1.25 Hours

ICRM Maintenance Credits: 1.25
 
Domain: Information Technology      Level: 1
 
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1.     Define micrographics, microforms, and microimages
2.     State the advantages of micrographics
3.     Describe the process involved in microfilming source documents
4.     Explain the process of creating computer-output microfilm
5.     List the optimal storage conditions for microforms
6.     Recognize equipment available for micrographics

Section 1: What is Micrographics?
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1.     Define micrographics, microforms, and microimages
2.     List the two ways microforms are produced
3.     State the advantages of micrographics

Section 2: The Microfilming Process
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1.     Explain the process involved in microfilming source documents
2.     List the inspection criteria for processed microforms
3.     State the purpose of duplication

Section 3: Computer-Output Microfilm (COM)
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1.     Describe what computer-output microfilm is and its value
2.     Explain the process of creating computer-output microfilm

Section 4: Microform Storage, Viewing and Scanning
Upon completion of this section, participants will be able to:
1.     List the optimal storage conditions for microforms
2.     Recognize the equipment options available for viewing, printing and scanning microforms  

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