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Archives Publications

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Electronic Records Research 1997: Resource Materials (CD-ROM)

Edited by David Bearman, Kimberly Barata, and Jennifer Trant
CD-ROM $20.00 US

This CD contains copies of and executable links to hundreds of papers on the definition, policy, capture, storage, and migration of electronic records together with an annotated bibliography and the archival Web sites of the major research projects at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition it contains biographical and contact information for researchers in these fields worldwide.

Partners in Research: Improving Access to the Nation's Archive

Paul Conway.
Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1994.
out of print

Electronic Evidence: Strategies for Managing Records in Contemporary Organizations

By David Bearman
ISBN 1-885626-08-8 (1994) 314pp., $10.00 US
(CD_ROM ONLY)

A collection of previously published papers, accompanied by a new essay exploring the evolution of concepts of electronic records management. The papers reprinted here were originally published between 1989 and 1993, in journals in the United States, Canada, Portugal and Australia, as well as in a United Nations Report. Includes a detailed index by Victoria Irons Walch.

Electronic Records Management Program Strategies

Edited by Margaret Hedstrom
ISBN 1-885626-07-X (1993) 156pp., $20.00 US
out of print

Papers prepared for a joint meeting of SAA-CART and NAGARA-CIT in the spring of 1993. Includes the results of brainstorming sessions, an essay on program structure options by David Bearman and Margaret Hedstrom, and an annotated bibliography by Richard J. Cox.

Archives and Authority Control

Edited by Avra Michelson
Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1989.
out of print

 

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Informatics: The interdisciplinary study of information content, representation, technology and applications,
and the methods and strategies by which information is used in organizations, networks, cultures and societies.