2 edition of Guidelines for arrangement and description of archives and manuscripts found in the catalog.
Guidelines for arrangement and description of archives and manuscripts
by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., New York State Archives and Records Administration in Albany, N.Y
|Contributions||New York State Archives and Records Administration., Documentary Heritage Program (N.Y.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 35 p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
Genre/Form: Archives: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gracy, David B. Archives & manuscripts, arrangement & description. Chicago: Society of American Need more in-depth training, a refresher, or want to expand into a new niche in this diverse area? Explore this program! The SAA Arrangement & Description certificate program allows archivists to gain more experience and knowledge in this single topic than
Guidelines for Arrangement and Description of Archives and Manuscripts is intended to. introduce custodians of historical records to the fundamentals of arrangement. and descriptkm. It also can be helpful to librarians and local government officials inter-ested in description techniques. The manual explains fundamental concepts, intro- Section 2: Accessioning records into the Archives Section 3: Organisation and Management of Storage Facilities Section 4: Arrangement and Description of Archives Section 5: Reference and Outreach Services Section 6: Forms and Figures. Note that all forms and figures are included at the end of the manual to facilitate review and
By Dennis Meissner Chicago Society of American Archivists Softcover, EPUB, and PDF Members $ nonmembers $ Softcover ISBN EPUB ISBN PDF ISBN Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts, by Dennis Meissner, is the second volume in the Society of American Archivists's (SAA) Archival Understanding Archives & Manuscripts (Archival Fundamentals Series) James M. O'Toole. out of 5 stars 5. Paperback. $ Archival Arrangement and Description Hamill. Paperback. $ Archival Basics (American Association for State and Local History) CHARLIE ARP. out of › Books › Computers & Technology › Business Technology.
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Guidelines for arrangement and description of archives and manuscripts: A manual for historical records programs in New York State The purpose of these guidelines is to provide archivists, librarians, local government officials, and staff of repositories responsible for preserving historical records in New York State with basic instructions on arrangement and description practices.
The guidelines: provide information on describing archival and manuscript materials at a collective level; supply general directions for their ?id=ED Get this from a library. Guidelines for arrangement and description of archives and manuscripts: a manual for historical records programs in New York State.
[Kathleen Roe; New York State Archives and Records Administration.; Documentary Heritage Program (New York State Archives David B. Gracy II wrote a guide for the SAA Basic Manual Series on proper arrangement and description of both archival and manuscript collections.
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Miller (Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts in ), and Kathleen D. Roe (Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts in ). As we settle into an era of electronic records and manuscripts, we need a new set of foundational texts.
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Contents: 1. Overview --The nature of archives and manuscripts --Archival repositories and their clientele --The function of arrangement and description --The relationship of arrangement and description to other archival functions Core concepts and principles of arrangement and –Kathleen Roe, Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts, (SAA, ).
•Amount and level of arrangement and detail in description deepens on the importance of the materials, management needs and resources of the repository and access requirements of the Arrangement and description lie at the very heart of the archival endeavor.
While all archival functions are crucial and interdependent, arrangement and description transform the potential value of materials into practical, usable value for researchers and others.
In Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts, Dennis Meissner provides a solid foundation in the history, Hands-on exercises are designed to identify various states of literary manuscripts and to provide ample time for discussion of arrangement options in developing a processing plan.
The day's work fosters an appreciation of literary research methods and an understanding of literary manuscripts as evidence of the creative :// monumental impact in the archives profession, encompassing the advent of Encoded Archival Description, the replacement of Archives, Personal Papers and Manuscripts with Describing Archives: A Content Standard, and the increasing adoption of minimal-level processing.
InSpecial Collections became a member of Texas Archival Resources by Theodore R. Schellenberg Staff Information Paper Number 18 () [ Note on Web Version ] Introduction This Staff Information Paper deals with the principles of arrangement of records followed in the National Archives. It will discuss those principles as they apply to the arrangement of record groups, subgroups, series, and individual :// /reference/archives-resources/ The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections in the Cornell University Library seeks an Archivist for Arrangement and Description.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Technical Services, the Archivist for Arrangement and Description manages RMC’s efforts to accession, describe, preserve, and provide access to archival, manuscript, photographic, born-digital, and other non archivist-for-arrangement-and-description.
Kathleen Roe's Arranging & Describing Archives & Manuscripts is part of the Society of American Archivists' Archival Fundamentals Series II. It replaces Frederic Miller's book of the same title.
Both are extremely valuable books, and in my opinion, they complement one another. Miller's book reads more like a manual, and is very › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides. Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS) An output-neutral set of rules for describing archives, personal papers, and manuscript collections that can be applied to all material types, DACS represents the U.S.
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In Leading and Managing Archives and Manuscripts Programs, the editors share their personal experiences, gleaned from a combined five decades of archival leadership, regarding key 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 › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides.
University of Washington. Libraries. University Archives and Manuscripts Division. Manual for accessioning, arrangement, and description of manuscripts and archives. Seattle: The Libraries, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Archives and Records Management Resources.
by Oliver W. Holmes () [Note on Web Version]Archives are already arranged -- supposedly. That is to say, an arrangement was given them by the agency of origin while it built them up day after day, year after year, as a systematic record of its activities and as part of its :// /alic/reference/archives-resources/ 2.
Arrangement Work Plan 3. Procedures for Processing and Describing Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers 4.
Finding Aids and Encoded Archival Description 5. Cataloguing and Creating a Web Presence for Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers 6. Providing Reference and Research Assistance, with Respect to Confidentiality and Access to ?article=&context=tlas_pub.
2 days ago 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 :// /introduction-to-processing-digital-records-and-manuscripts.University of Washington.
Libraries. University Archives and Manuscripts Division. Manual for accessioning, arrangement, and description of manuscripts and archives. Seattle, Wash.: University of Washington Libraries, University of Washington, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication While all archival functions are crucial and interdependent, arrangement and description transform the potential value of materials into practical, usable value for researchers and others.
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