Managing Records as Evidence and Information (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
264
Utgivningsdatum
2000-12-01
Förlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Illustrationer
Black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
242 x 162 x 20 mm
Vikt
520 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9781567202311
Managing Records as Evidence and Information (inbunden)

Managing Records as Evidence and Information

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For the past three decades, policies regarding a variety of information issues have emanated from federal agencies, legislative chambers, and corporate boardrooms. Despite the focus on information policy, it is still a relatively new concept and one only now beginning to be studied. The subject area is wider than believed-archives and records policies, information resources management, information technology, telecommunications, international communications, privacy and confidentiality, computer regulation and crime, intellectual property, and information systems and dissemination. This is not a compendium of policies to be used, but rather an exploration in a more detailed fashion of the fundamental principles supporting the setting of records policies. Records policies are critically important for records professionals to develop and use as a means of strategically managing the information and evidence found in the millions of records created daily, provided that the policies are based on comprehensible principles. This is a series of discourses on the fundamentals of archives and records management needing to be understood before any organization attempts to define and set any policy affecting records and information. The chapters concern defining records, how information technology plays into policy compiling, the fundamental tasks of identifying and maintaining records as critical to records and information policy, public outreach and advocacy as a key objective for such policy, and the role of educating records professionals in supporting sensible records policies.
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?[c]ompulsive and stimulating reading....[A]rchivists need both to utilise the information documenting change to enable the archival management of records and to document records so as to build the contextual information frameworks necessary to prvide meaningful access and interpreation of records and related resources....[t]his is a necessary text for all serious students of archives.?-Archives and Manuscripts ?[D]r. Cox has presented a thorough review of current thought regarding electronic records policy, or the lack therof, and provided a framework for a thought-provoking theoretical discussion of the understanding of records, archives, and information and the technical repercussions brought about by automation.?-Technical Services Quarterly "Ycompulsive and stimulating reading....YArchivists need both to utilise the information documenting change to enable the archival management of records and to document records so as to build the contextual information frameworks necessary to prvide meaningful access and interpreation of records and related resources....Ythis is a necessary text for all serious students of archives."-Archives and Manuscripts "YDr. Cox has presented a thorough review of current thought regarding electronic records policy, or the lack therof, and provided a framework for a thought-provoking theoretical discussion of the understanding of records, archives, and information and the technical repercussions brought about by automation."-Technical Services Quarterly "[D]r. Cox has presented a thorough review of current thought regarding electronic records policy, or the lack therof, and provided a framework for a thought-provoking theoretical discussion of the understanding of records, archives, and information and the technical repercussions brought about by automation."-Technical Services Quarterly "[c]ompulsive and stimulating reading....[A]rchivists need both to utilise the information documenting change to enable the archival management of records and to document records so as to build the contextual information frameworks necessary to prvide meaningful access and interpreation of records and related resources....[t]his is a necessary text for all serious students of archives."-Archives and Manuscripts

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RICHARD J. COX is a Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences and the author of Closing an Era: Historical Perspectives on Modern Archives and Records Management (Greenwood Press, 2000).

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Preface Starting Policy: Defining Records Driving Policy: Focusing on Records, Not Technology The Policy's Spine: Appraising and Maintaining Records The Policy's Aim: Reaching the Public Supporting Policy: Educating Records Professionals