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The theme of the 1990s is partnership. Government policies and organisational structures encourage collaboration. This trend is reflected in the archives and records management profession. This paper is a study of partnership projects between higher education institutions and four types of...
This article represents a reflection on issues which have arisen in the course of a year of change in archives and records management (ARM) training and education at the University of Liverpool, and reports on initiatives for new records management courses and methods of delivery planned for the...
This article describes the genesis of a project to develop a European‐wide curriculum for electronic records management and explains its aims and progress to date. It is jointly presented by the members of the project team who each represent an institution in Europe where archives and records...
The face of records management has changed forever. For many organisations this has meant the loss of the traditional records manager, even the whole records section, as we knew it. Few would deny that the profession has moved from one based largely on a passive centralised reception of...
This article gives an overview of records management education and training facilities in sub‐Saharan Africa and then focuses on a training methodology that is being used by a consulting firm based in Zimbabwe to transform organisational records management systems through the medium of training.
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