Records Management Journal: Volume 24 Issue 3


Table of contents

The Norwegian Noark Model requirements for EDRMS in the context of open government and access to governmental information

Olav Hagen Sataslaatten

This article aims to analyze the relationship between the Norwegian Noark Standard and the concepts of Open Government and Freedom of Information (FOI). Noark is the…

Winds of change: A recordkeeping informatics approach to information management needs in data-driven research environments

Joanne Evans, Barbara Reed, Henry Linger, Simon Goss, David Holmes, Jan Drobik, Bruce Woodyat, Simon Henbest

This paper aims to examine the role a recordkeeping informatics approach can play in understanding and addressing these challenges. In 2011, the Wind Tunnel located at the…


Size matters: The implications of volume for the digital archive of tomorrow – a case study from the UK national archives

Valerie Johnson, Sonia Ranade, David Thomas

This paper aims to focus on a highly significant yet under-recognised concern: the huge growth in the volume of digital archival information and the implications of this…


Challenges to born-digital institutional archiving: the case of a New York art museum

Anthony Cocciolo

– The purpose of this paper is to highlight the challenges to born-digital institutional archiving using a New York Archive Museum (NYAM) as a case.

Cover of Records Management Journal



Online date, start – end:


Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:



  • Dr Elizabeth Lomas
  • Sarah R Demb, MLIS