Conceptualizing 21st-century archives / Anne J. Gilliland.

Title: 
Conceptualizing 21st-century archives / Anne J. Gilliland.

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Author/Artist: 
Gilliland, Anne, author.
Description: 
xii, 322 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
141663
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Location: 
Stacks
Call Number: 
CD973.D3G45 2014z
Variant Title: 
Conceptualizing twenty-first century archives.
Notes: 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: 
Introduction. The archival role in digital timespace ; Thinking and acting "glocally" ; The evolving archival paradigm ; Some resonating emergent constructs --
Reframing the archive in a digital age: balancing continuity with innovation and responsibility with responsibilities --
The quest to integrate the world's knowledge: American archival engagement with the documentation movement, 1900-1950 --
Standardizing and automating American archival description and access --
Archival description and descriptive metadata in a networked world --
Early analog computing, machine-readable records, and the transition to digital recordkeeping --
Research in electronic records management --
Emergent and related areas of research --
Recordkeeping models --
From custody to stewardship: digital repositories, preservation, and curation --
Conclusion: the archival paradigm in the postphysical world.
ISBN: 
9781931666688 (pbk)
1931666687 (pbk)