Certification of Internet Research Specialist (CIRS)
AIRS | Association Of Internet Research Specialists
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AIRS introduces the first of its kind industry specific certification CIRS® or Certified Internet Research Specialists. The CIRS® credentials signifies the professional level qualification to practice as an Internet Research Specialist.
The Certified Internet Research Specialists (CIRS®) examines a candidate's knowledge of the Internet Research Techniques and how it connects with Conventional Research Methods. It tests computer usage skills and familiarization with Networks and Internet Technology. The CIRS® exam also test the candidate on matters of Internet Law and Ethical Issues. This subject matter revolves around online information use, copyrights, plagiarism, patents, content and attached liabilities, as well as responsibilities and obligations as a responsible research specialist.
The CIRS® Candidates are evaluated on their relevant knowledge gained through course workbook (AIRS CIRS® Guide "A Complete Body of Knowledge") and their practice background. The candidates will be tested through rigorous online examination.
The exam consists of six parts. Each part will have a traditional multiple choices, true/false and multiple answer examination. The multiple choice exam consists of questions randomly pulled from a master list of questions. The certification candidate has 2 hours to complete the exam. The exam is available through online access 24x7 anywhere in the world.
The six sections of the CIRS® examination
Section 1 – The Internet Technology
Section 2 – Research Methods and Online Research
Section 3 – The Business of Research
Section 4 – The Internet Law
Section 5 – The Internet Ethics
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