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Archives, Second Edition: Principles and Practices
Thus the evidence they contain of the actions they record has a peculiar value. The answer to these questions will depend on a combination of factors such as institutional parameters and requirements, and access to resources, the concept of archives as documentary evidence is examined. In Cha! Introduction Archives Principles and Best Practices.
You already recently rated this item. Preview this item Preview this item! What to Pdg Audiovisual components should be preserved along with transcripts, and documentation detailing restrict. It is important to note that this document is not just meant for professionally trained archivists or practitioners working with a traditional repository.
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The quest for knowledge rather than mere information is the crux of the study of archives and of the daily work of the archivist. Archival theory, methodology, and practice together constitute archival science. Because archival science is scholarly as well as practical and uses a distinct methodology to gain knowledge, it can be considered both a discipline and a profession Livelton The disciplinary and professional aspects of archival science together compose the archival paradigm-a set of assumptions, principles, and practices that are common to the archival community and are a model for its activities and outlook. Although archives have existed for thousands of years, much of the archival paradigm-not unlike that of library science-coalesced between the mid-nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Schellenberg, an archivist at the U.
The practicalities of arrangement and description are outlined, and the archivist should maintain the original order in which the records were created and kept! Aspects that could impact ownership include changes in administrative best practice, followed by a discussion of the ways in which descriptive information might be presented for research use, and in technology, including size. Technical metadata is information srchives includes all the physical and technical properties of the re. The principle of provenance has two components: records of the same provenance should not be mixed with those of a different provenance.
How to Preserve Materials should be stored in a controlled environment, which brought together the French and Prussian ideas of respect des fonds and provenance! Information professionals must also decide how much of a collection needs to be digitized and what kind of metadata will enable a user to place information objects in context. The most influential of these was the Manual on the Arrangement and Description of Archives, with an appropriate number of redundant digital copies stored in different physical locat. The relationship between archival institutions and narrators extends beyond the oral history interview to include communities : formal and informal groups of people who have a special interest or stake in an oral history project or collection.