Records and Information Management Paperback – 21 Jun 2013
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This book contains an encyclopaedic wealth of detail on the status of records and information management in our evolving digital world. The amount of research, the attention to detail, and the effort that has gone into the presentation of each chapter with sidebars, down to the italicised font drawing attention to key terms, has to be viewed to be fully appreciated...The previously held view that librarianship and records management were two separate disciplines needs to be discarded. In this day and age the boundaries are interchangeable and in some cases non-existent. This book bridges the gap for librarians, allowing them to cross the boundary into information and records management. (Australian Library Journal)
Records and Information Management is a comprehensive introductory textbook for students considering a career in the records and information management (RIM) field ... the focus of the writing is on the introduction of terms, concepts, and processes, and the need for breadth trumps depth in almost every chapter. (Serials Review)
About the Author
Patricia C. Franks is an associate Professor in the School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at San Jose State University in California, where she serves as the Master of Archives and Records Administration (MARA) Program Coordinator and the SLIS Internship Program Coordinator. Dr. Franks supervises virtual interns and teaches courses related to information organizations and management, archival studies, and records management. Her professional activities include working with ARMA International, most recently as Consensus Group Leader for both ANSI/ARMA 1-2011 Implications of Web-Based, Collaborative Technologies in Records Management and ARMA TR 21-2012 Using Social Media in Organizations.
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