4 edition of Archival theory and machine readable records found in the catalog.
Archival theory and machine readable records
|Statement||by Catherine Aileen Bailey.|
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (155 fr.). --|
|Number of Pages||155|
As the institution with the oldest, largest, and most actively managed program in the world, the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) encompasses thirty years of experience in appraising, accessioning, preserving, describing and providing access to archival electronic Price: $ The value of any archival record is enhanced by the existence of other sources, which when used in tandem more completely describe the social, administrative, or economic process. This is especially true of the machine readable record, where source materials from one file.
3Charles Dollar, “Appraising Machine-Readable Records,” The American Archivist 41 (October ): Dollarfound a number of enduring difficulties, and 4Harold Naugler, The Archival Appraisal of Machine Readable Records: A Ramp Study with Guidelines (Paris: Unesco, ). Richard Berner dedicated his important book, Archival Theory and “we will all be smothered by useless paper and all forms of machine-readable records, also asked some hard questions around basic past assumptions about assigning or approving retention periods for non-archival records and about focusing on passive.
This book by a well-known and respected professional (University of Illinois archival theory, procedures, and techniques; (3) special problems ing machine-readable records ignore competing methodologies for controlling electronic data (Machine-Readable . Biography/History. The s saw an unprecedented amount of archival activity in the United States: the establishment of the National Archives (); the organization of the Historical Records Survey and the Survey of Federal Archives (); and the establishment of the Society of American Archivists (), the first professional organization of archivists in North America.
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Archival theory and machine readable records: some problems and issues: Creator: Bailey, Catherine Aileen: Publisher: University of British Columbia: Date Issued: Description: It is a common feeling among archivists that the basic principles of archival theory may have to be examined and redefined in light of the Archival theory and machine readable records book of computer Cited by: 1.
Archival science, or archival studies, is the study and theory of building and curating archives, which are collections of documents, recordings and data storage devices.
To build and curate an archive, one must acquire and evaluate recorded materials, and be able to access them later. To this end, archival science seeks to improve methods for appraising, storing, preserving, and cataloging.
3) "to meet the needs of researchers and potential archival users by ensuring that historical records are collected, identified, organized, preserved, and made available for research use." d.
"the archivist's primary duty is the moral and physical defence of the archives" (Jenkinson, in Ellis, p. CHAPTER 9 RECORDS MANAGEMENT (Revised Ap ) WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF RECORDS MANAGEMENT. To implement a cost-effective Department-wide program that provides for adequate and proper documentation of Department of Energy activities, proper records disposition, and promotes economy and efficiency in the program.
Size: KB. † (USC, 44 USC ) 'Records' includes all books, papers, maps, photographs, machine readable materials, or other documentary materials, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received by an agency of the United States Government under Federal law or in connection with the transaction of public business and preserved or.
Concepts and principles for the management of electronic records, or records management theory is archival diplomatics Article (PDF Available) in Records Management Journal 9(3) work: administration of photo collections, conservation, machine-readable records, law, manage- ment, a basic glossary, collections of readings on archival theory and practice, and books specific to archives in a variety of institutional settings (i.e., colleges and universities, businesses and cor-File Size: KB.
The following glossary, developed by the then National Archives and Records Service in for A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice, is provided on this website as an aid to persons unfamiliar with common archival definitions are not legally binding and do not represent NARA policy.
A Literature Review of Authenticity of Records in Digital Systems: From 'Machine-Readable' to Records in the Cloud. Archival theory and legal notions of documentary evidence remain inter-Author: Corinne Rogers. work: administration of photo collections, conservation, machine-readable records, law, manage-ment, a basic glossary, collections of readings on archival theory and practice, and books specific to archives in a variety of institutional settings (i.e., colleges and universities, businesses and cor-File Size: KB.
Organizing Archival Records is an eminently practical and elegantly written guide for providing access to historical records. It leads practitioners painlessly from core principles through challenging issues like electronic records. With clarity and a welcome touch of wit, David Carmicheal offers museums, historical societies, and other organizations the opportunity to effectively connect Cited by: 8.
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Encyclopedia of Archival Science features entries, which address every aspect of archival professional knowledge. These entries range from traditional ideas (like appraisal and provenance) to today’s challenges (digitization and digital preservation).5/5(1). Title: Archival theory and machine readable records: some problems and issues: Creator: Bailey, Catherine Aileen: Publisher: University of British Columbia oklahoma department of libraries office of archives and records records management division machine-readable records inventory report, part i.
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MAchine Readable Cataloging (MARC) began as a library-oriented Author: Jihyun Kim, Elizabeth Yakel.Records filed for public notice, such as deeds and leins in county courthouses. 3 “‘Records’ includes all books, papers, maps, photographs, machine readable materials, or other documentary materials, archival theory may say about the nature of a record, federal and state laws explicitly define what.The Archival Implications of Machine-Readable Records, Chicago: Society of American Archivists, (edited with E.
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