6 edition of Archival principles and practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-154).
|Statement||by Jeanette White Ford.|
|LC Classifications||CD950 .F67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||89049030|
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To work towards best practice with an understanding of the methods and support which is available. Section 2 is for beginners and has simple steps to improve what you are doing (or not doing) to better care for and provide access to your archival collections.
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A strong archives program puts into practice long-standing archival principles. What are those principles and how are they implemented. This workshop provides an overview of the core archival functions of appraisal, accessioning, arrangement and description, preservation, reference, and access.
Archival Principles And Practice book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Illustrating each precept in small, easy-to-understand st 3/5. by Theodore R. Schellenberg Staff Information Paper Number 18 () [ Note on Web Version ] Introduction This Staff Information Paper deals with the principles of arrangement of records followed in the National Archives.
It will discuss those principles as they apply to the arrangement of record groups, Archival principles and practice book, series, and individual items. Genre/Form: Einführung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ford, Jeanette White, Archival principles and practice.
Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, © Written in clear language with lively examples, the book outlines fundamental archival principles and practices, introduces core concepts, and explains best practices to ensure that documentary materials are cared for as effectively as by: In addition to describing the context and historical development of reference and access, this book delves into the core concepts and principles of reference services, reference in relation to new technologies, best practices for implementation and evaluation, and the task of providing intellectual, physical, and digital access to archival.
Get this from a library. The archival enterprise: modern archival principles, practices, and management techniques. [Bruce W Dearstyne]. primary principles, the "records life cycle" and "records appraisal." The basic unit used in all discussions of records management and all records retention and disposi-tion schedules is the record series.
A record series is a group of records or documents which may be filed and maintained together as a unit throughout the life cycle. Re. Written in clear language with lively examples, the book outlines fundamental archival principles and practices, introduces core concepts, and explains best practices to ensure that documentary materials are cared for as effectively as possible.
• know the principal functions of archival programs and practice • understand the principles upon which archival practice is based • be familiar with the professional literature • know the challenges facing archives in the context of modern recorded information Readings The following books or manuals are available from the University.
Balance of Archival Principles and Practice Moves Text from Prescriptive to Practical. Crista Bradley. even years after penning a. comprehensive primer on archival theory and practice, Laura Millar returned to the text to execute a major overhaul. Because technology has changed all aspects of archival operations in recent years, Millar.
Currently Available Publications The Management of Archives A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice The Management of Archives T.R. Schellenberg "In this book Dr. Schellenberg successfully undertakes to define the archival methodology that heretofore has been available only in isolated books and journals.
ARCHIVAL PRINCIPLES OF ARRANGEMENT 13 in his essay uDe Archivis." He wrote that "so great is the respect for archives that credence is obviously to be given to instruments produced from a public archives, and they make, as the jurisconsults say, 'full faith/ "In England, the English archivist Sir Hilary Jenkinson refers to.
(shelved 1 time as archival-studies) avg rating — ratings — published Chapter 1. Basic Principles of Archiving Photographs and Documents Key Points. Digital archives can greatly enhance the preservation and sharing of historical information.
A historical photograph archive intended to be accessible for at least 50 years will be handled differently than a personal photograph collection. The master images in a historical archive are intended to be. Archives Principles Practices by Laura Agnes Millar.
You Searched For: Author/Artist the challenges of balancing access and privacy in archival service best practice principles and strategic approaches to central archival tasks such as acquisition, preservation, reference and access; detailed comparison of custodial, fonds-oriented.
archival theory as well as the tradition of Canadian archival practice. They are informed by earlier statements on description, and various national and international descriptive standards The “Preface to the Edition” of RAD states: The principles governing descriptive practice may be defined as the theoretical and practical.
The quest for knowledge rather than mere information is the crux of the study of archives and of the daily work of the archivist. All the key words applied to archival records-provenance, respect des fonds, context, evolution, inter-relationships, order-imply a sense of understanding, of “knowledge,” rather than the merely efficient retrieval of names, dates, subjects, or whatever, all.In Chapter 6, Millar looks at the fundamental principles of archival service, outlining standards of practice she hopes archivists will embrace, above and beyond existing codes of ethics.
Millar also comments on the education of the archivist, the role of archival associations and the nature and purpose of records and archives standards.2 Archival institutions: creatures of history and culture Archives, power and the people The concept of the fonds Types of archival institution 3 Archival service: a matter of trust The duties of the archivist The skills of the archivist Archival codes of ethics The impact of legislation Developing a policy Price: $