Records Management Journal: Volume 18 Issue 1


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Service‐oriented architectures and recordkeeping

Barbara Reed

This paper aims to outline the concepts of web services architectures and to begin an exploration of the uses that recordkeeping professionals may define for such a


As you sow, so you will reap: implementing ERMS

Joanna Gunnlaugsdottir

The purpose of this paper is to present the findings of research conducted during the period 2001‐2005 in eight organizations in Iceland on the implementation of four


Electronic records management systems implementation in the Pakistani local government

Helle Zinner Henriksen, Kim Viborg Andersen

The purpose of this paper is first to present a case study where standardized case handling processes have been transferred from a manual system to an IT system, and then


The role of virtual folders in developing an electronic document and records management system: Meeting user and records management needs

Philip Jones

The purpose of this paper is to explore the favoured and almost ingrained way of managing groups of documents in systems, specifically in electronic document and records


Discordant notes: the archives of British music

Carl Newton

This paper aims to explore the apparent under‐estimation of the importance of the archives of “serious” British music.


We are archivists, but are we OK?

James Currall, Michael Moss

The purpose of this paper is to show that the digital environment of the early twenty‐first century is forcing the information sciences to revisit practices and precepts

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  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS