1 edition of Organizing archival records found in the catalog.
Organizing archival records
David W. Carmicheal
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David W. Carmicheal|
|Series||The American Association for State and Local History book series|
|LC Classifications||CD950 .C37 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780759121690, 9780759121706|
|LC Control Number||2012026622|
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Organizing Archival Records is an eminently practical and elegantly written guide for providing access to historical records. It leads practitioners painlessly from core principles through challenging issues like electronic records. With clarity and a welcome touch of wit, David Carmicheal offers museums, historical societies, and other organizations the opportunity to effectively connect Cited by: 8.
Organizing archival records book Archival Records is an eminently practical and elegantly written guide for providing access to historical records. It leads practitioners painlessly from core principles through challenging issues like electronic records.
With clarity and a welcome touch of wit, David Carmicheal offers museums, historical societies, and other organizations the opportunity to effectively connect /5(7). Organizing Archival Records book.
Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Many of our nation's historical records reside in small /5. Many archivists around the world, including here in Canada, refer to the accumulated body of the records of a person or organization as the fonds of that person or word is taken from the French phrase respect des fonds, an archival principle which tells us to acknowledge the source, or provenance, of records when we organize them.
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The 4th edition preserves the practical. Organizing Archival Records: A Practical Method of Arrangement and Description for Small Archives, Volume 1 American Association for State and Local History book series Organizing Archival Records: A Practical Method of Arrangement and Description for Small Archives, David W.
Carmicheal: Author: David W. Carmicheal: Edition: 2, illustrated. Get this from a library. Organizing archival records: a practical method of arrangement and description for small archives. [David W Carmicheal] -- This volume covers the basics of archival arrangement and description.
The author describes the function of archives, distinguishes between archives and manuscript collections, and offers a. Organizing Archival Records (Book): Carmicheal, David W.: "Organizing Archival Records has equipped non-professional archivists to tackle the challenging task of arranging and describing archival materials.
The 4th edition preserves the practical, easy-to-follow, step-by-step approach of earlier editions while updating its content to reflect current archival practices"-- Provided by publisher. Organizing Archival Records equips non-professional archivists with the skills to tackle one of the most challenging tasks of archiving: arranging and describing archival materials.
Carmicheal offers step-by-step guidance to understanding the purpose of organization and the essentials of how to do it. Instead of ordinary plastic, obtain archival quality clear polyester sheets and sleeves.
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Organizing Archival Records equips non-professional archivists with the skills to tackle one of the most challenging tasks of archiving: arranging and describing archival materials. Carmicheal offers step-by-step guidance to understanding the purpose of Author: David W.
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Professional organizer and genealogist Janine Adams shares her strategies for organizing genealogy research. You can listen to this episode by clicking. Organizing Archival Records, however, is so well crafted that the new archivist should follow it closely unless there is a good reason for variation.
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in with his book. Organizing Archival Records. A second edition, released inincludes newly updated information. Step by step, Carmichael discusses in clear, simple terms the pur-pose of records organization, its various levels ranging from the gen-eral (collection) to the. An archival collection is a unique body of information, created at a particular time by a particular organization or individual as a result of a particular activity.
If the cultural record contained in an archive is to be accessible, the archivist must examine, organize, and describe each collection. Now that you have that wonderful collection of your town founder's letters and papers, what are you going to do with them.
What steps would an archivist take to organize them and make them available to researchers. In this newly updated edition of Organizing Archival Records you will find what you need to know.
David Carmicheal offers step-by-step guidance to understanding the purpose of. Organizing Genealogy Research Using Archival Principles is a step-by-step guide to managing your genealogy records, using six digital folders.
Learn how to name and organize digital files for quick retrieval, link paper and digital records, and tame your genealogy research. There are three principal sets of information genealogists create. The actual steps of processing digital materials are the same as for analog materials—it's how you conduct them that differ.
This webinar introduces you to techniques for adapting traditional archival practices to the management of digital archival materials and serves as an introduction to the Arrangement and Description of Electronic Records DAS courses. Records management practices and digital preservation can ensure that records (physical or digital) can be easily archived and accessed.
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Organizing archival records 4th edition by David W. Carmicheal, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield,xv + pp., £ (paperback), ISBN (American Association for State and Local History Book Series).
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