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Author Cox, Richard J.

Title The first generation of electronic records archivists in the United States : a study in professionalization / Richard J. Cox.

Published New York : Haworth Press, c1994.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Archives  025.00285 COX    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description xix, 220 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series Primary sources & original works
Notes "Has also been published as Primary sources & original works, volume 3, number 3/4, 1994"--T.p. verso.
Based on the author's dissertation.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface / Lawrence J. McCrank -- Foreword / Lawrence J. McCrank -- Ch. 1. Prolegomenon -- Ch. 2. State Government Archives and Position Descriptions: A Case Study of Archivists and Archival Work in the Information Age -- Ch. 3. Archival Position Advertisements: Trends and Practices in the Information Age, 1976-1990 -- Ch. 4. Graduate Archival Education and Electronic Records: An Analysis of Current Approaches and Their Strengths and Weaknesses -- Ch. 5. The NAGARA Institute: An Evaluation of Its Effectiveness as a Form of Advanced Archival Education -- Ch. 6. Archivists, Archival Institutions, and Electronic Records: Problems, Challenges, Opportunities, and Needs for Additional Research.
Other author Cox, Richard J.
Subject Archivists -- Training of -- United States.
Information technology -- United States.
Electronic records -- Management
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Archival material.
Archives -- Automation.
ISBN 1560246448 (alk. paper)