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After having read Julie McLeod's opinion piece on the lifecycle of records concept, I felt compelled to commit my own opinions to paper. Strange really, I never thought of myself as being a strongly opinionated person, which just goes to show that you do indeed learn something new everyday, even...
Many people are trying to tackle the cost and value issues arising from the information age in which we now live, including the profession of information and records managers, who have been wrestling with the problem for longer than most. They are now being joined by publishers, broadcasters,...
This article outlines the process leading to the introduction of a charging system for records management services in a local authority context. It examines the circumstances which caused the Cumbria Archive Services to consider charging in 199394, the research that was undertaken to support the...
In the 1990s, North American archivists and records managers shifted some of their concern with electronic records and record keeping systems to conducting research about the nature of these records and systems. This essay describes one of the major research projects at the University of...
This article describes the Records and Information Management Training Course run for the first time at the University of Glasgow in autumn 1996. Developed as a joint initiative between The Royal Bank of Scotland and the University of Glasgow. It was aimed at those working in the field without...
Projects often present specific difficulties for the Records Manager. Records are created in a manner which is fast and furious with many records being generated in a short space of time. These records are created by different organisations by the project team, by contractors and by...
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