Proceedings of the DLM Forum - 7th Triennial Conference This essay analyzes the history of archival thought since the publication of the Dutch Manual a century ago and suggests that from this inspiring past a new conceptual paradm is emerging for the profession. Risk-based appraisal and selection of records in The Netherlands development of new tools. Charles Jeurgens. General Terms. Management, Measurement, Documentation, Performance. often-quoted Manyard Brichford once said that appraisal and selection “is the. Basic Manual Series, 1977, 1.
Appraising university records a retrospective analysis - Personal The focus is on those theorists able to recognize and articulate radical changes in the nature of records, record-creating organizations, record-keeping systems, record uses, and in the wider cultural, legal, technological, social, and philosophical trends in society, as well as the impact of these changes on archival theory and practice. Applied Research and Teaching on Archival Appraisal. Archivists to write a manual for appraisal, to be published by the society in 1977. Brichford's manual was a very important publication, and now serves almost as a bookend for a.
The archival appraisal of records containing personal information A. That articulation forms our collective discourse, the metatext or narrative that animates our professional practice, and from it five broad themes are seen to emerge from the evolution of archives over the last one hundred years. The appraisal of these records, "an important part of our collective memory". Unlike policy files which suffer from under-documentation because important. Parr, "Case Records as Sources for Social History," Archivaria 4 Summer 1977, pp. Maynard J. Brichford, Archives and Manuscripts Appraisal & Accessioning.
What is Past is Prologue A History of Archival Ideas Since 1898. For the future, the trends of the century suggest the need to reconceptualize traditional archival principles from a product-focused to a process-oriented activity, to preserve in the best manner the collective memory of nations and peoples. The Dutch Manual of 1898 Archival Principles Defined. the 1960s and 1970s.30 Maynard Brichford, in the manual on appraisal approved by the Society of American Archivists in 1977, asserted that "successful appraisal is directly related to.
The Archival appraisal of moving images - Unesco Historians in a postmodernist milieu are now studying very carefully the processes over time that have determined what was worth remembering and, as important, what was forgotten, deliberately or accidentally. I - The archival appraisal of moving images a RAMP study with guidelines. consensus on appraisal policy with regard to specific documentation at. FIAF, 1977. 9. on the appraisal of contemporary records such as Brichford 14.
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