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Record Keeping in the Hybrid Environment: Managing the creation, use, preservation and disposal of unique information objects in Context
     

Record Keeping in the Hybrid Environment: Managing the creation, use, preservation and disposal of unique information objects in Context

by Alistair Tough, Michael Moss (Editor)
 
Summary:

This book brings together key ideas about record keeping in a multi-media environment.

Key features:

1. Written by leading figures in the field
2. Comprehensive coverage of the topic
3. Contains the most up-to-date information

The Contributors:

The contributors work in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute

Overview

Summary:

This book brings together key ideas about record keeping in a multi-media environment.

Key features:

1. Written by leading figures in the field
2. Comprehensive coverage of the topic
3. Contains the most up-to-date information

The Contributors:

The contributors work in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute and/or the Information Services Planning Unit of Glasgow University, with the exception of Frank Rankin who is Head of Open Government at the Department for International Development.

Readership:

Records and archives personnel; library and information practitioners; library and information students.

Contents:

Records and the transition to the digital
Implementing EDRMS and shaping the record
Security and the digital domain
Risk management and managing records
Records professionals in a multi-media age
Approaching digital preservation holistically
'Seek and destroy' - an archival appraisal theory and strategy
Divided no more: a descriptive approach to the record-keeping continuum
Archival digitisation
The function of the archive

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781843341864
Publisher:
Elsevier Science
Publication date:
10/28/2006
Series:
Chandos Information Professional Series
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
0.75(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Meet the Author

Alistair Tough works in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute and/or the Information Services Planning Unit of Glasgow University, UK.

Michael Moss works in the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute and/or the Information Services Planning Unit of Glasgow University, UK.

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