RECORDS MANAGEMENT is a comprehensive introduction to the complex field of records management. Alphabetic filing rules are included, along with methods of storing and retrieving alphabetic, subject, numeric, and geographic records. Thorough coverage is provided for filing and maintenance of paper, automated, micro image, and electronic imaging records. For additional Student and Instructor Resources, visit the product companion site at http://read.swlearning.com.
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About the Author
Judith Read, M. Ed., is a professional educator. She was awarded the Post-Secondary Teacher of the year by the Oregon Business Education Association and by the Oregon Vocational Association. Judy taught high school for 9 years and she taught over 25 years for Portland Community College (PCC). She is now an adjunct instructor teaching distance classes for PCC.
Dr. Mary Lea Ginn is Director of International Learner Services and the Institutional Review Board at Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her professional experience includes positions as university instructor, textbook development editor, and consulting editor in business and records management areas. Dr. Ginn has authored and co-authored four college-level textbooks.
Table of Contents
Part I: THE FIELD OF RECORDS MANAGEMENT. 1: What is Records Management? Part II: ALPHABETIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL. 2: Alphabetic Indexing Rules 1-4. 3: Alphabetic Indexing Rules 5-8. 4: Alphabetic Indexing Rules 9-10. 5: Electronic File Management. 6: Alphabetic Records Management, Equipment, and Procedures. 7: Storing, Retrieving, and Transferring Records. Part III: SUBJECT, NUMERIC, AND GEOGRAPHIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL. 8: Subject Records Management. 9: Numeric Records Management. 10: Geographic Records Management. Part IV: TECHNOLOGY AND THE RIM PROGRAM. 11: Electronic and Image Records. 12: The Records and Information Management Program. Appendix. Glossary. Index.