There is another workplace learning subject which is core to the Bachelor of Information Studies which focuses on continuing professional development and networking.
In this subject students explore professional identity and the importance of continuing professional development as an essential component of professional practice. They reflect and write about 30 hours of learning activities they have attended which are relevant to their development as an information professional. The self-selected learning activities focus on those which increase their knowledge, develop library and information skills and attributes, broaden the range of vocational competencies in their chosen area and help develop their professional networks. Students critique digital portfolios of current information professionals and create their own.