4 edition of Problems of American archivists found in the catalog.
Problems of American archivists
Blegen, Theodore Christian
|Other titles||Conference of Archivists at Chattanooga, December 28, 1935.|
|Statement||by Theodore C. Blegen.|
|Series||Bulletins of the National Archives -- no. 2, Publication -- no. 4, Publication (United States. National Archives) -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Conference of Archivists at Chattanooga (1935 : Chattanooga, Tenn.)|
|LC Classifications||CD3021 .A4 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||36026902|
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The reaction to this series was so enthusiastic that a se. The group met in Chattanooga, TN, in December The discussion began with a presentation by Theodore C. Blegen, Superintendent of the Minnesota Historical Society, on “Problems of American Archivists.” “Problems of American Archivists,” by Theodore C.
Blegen, from Bulletin No. 2, Conference of Archivists at Chattanooga, Dec. 28, This post was written by Rachael Cristine Woody, a member of The Society of American Archivists’ Committee on Public Awareness (COPA).
The opinions and assertions stated within this piece are the author’s alone, and do not represent the official stance of the Society of American Archivists. American Archivists 17 North State Street Suite Chicago, IL tel / and Documenting Twentieth-Century Architecture: Problems and Issues (a special issue of the American Archivist,), came out of conferences.
the book is useful for archivists grappling with architectural records in electronic formats. problems, challenges, opportunities, and needs for additional research The First Generation of Electronic Records Archivists in the United States is an enlightening study for library and information science educators, archival graduate students, and archivists themselves as they work toward the professionalization of their by: 8.
Archivists with a PhD often work as teaching faculty, deans, or directors of archival programs. Inthe Society of American Archivists published Guidelines for a Graduate Program in Archival Studies; it also promotes and disseminates a code of ethics, which has undergone several revisions since it was first adopted in Chicago: Society of American Archivists, Using a variety of case studies, Karen Benedict compiles various ethical dilemmas that archivists face.
Each case study outlines a specific dilemma, what the SAA Code of Ethics states, and how archivists can. - Society of American Archivists. Published by Guset User being less sympathetic to or understanding of theresource allocators' budget problems.\" Archivists must acknowledge that they deal withinformation and information dispersal rather than with paperand the techniques of managing paper.
The purposes, uses,and contributions of the. The Society of American Archivists have been busy compiling information and getting it published which serves to aid their cause in the professionalism of their association.
By creating this book and other, the society is generating common standards for its practice which will help all types of archives establish universal practices in the future/5(2).
In library and archival science, preservation is a set of activities aimed at prolonging the life of a record, book, or object while making as few changes as possible. Preservation activities vary widely and may include monitoring the condition of items, maintaining the temperature and humidity in collection storage areas, writing a plan in case of emergencies, digitizing items.
Two of his books have received awards from the Society of American Archivists. In the last three years, Dr. Hunter has received $ million in external funding to digitize materials in local historical societies and to make available Robert Moses’ archival legacy on Long Island.
lar problems, archivists and public historians are not working together as closely as they should. This essay describes the possible relationship, and the benefits, of a stronger working accord between archivists and public historians.
It is not surprising that archivists and public historians are often wary or uncertain of each others' by: 6. The opinions and assertions stated within this piece are the author’s alone, and do not represent the official stance of the Society of American Archivists.
COPA publishes response posts with the sole aim of providing additional perspectives, context, and information on current events and subjects that directly impact archives and archivists.
Standards and Best Practices. A shared set standards are a critical element for any professional field.
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problems, archivists and librarians can be educated most effectively together. We must examine what has separated them and work at designing a single professional program that can meet the needs of both archivists and librar-ians.
In SAA approved education guidelines to establish minimum standards for beginning archivists.1 We. Past service includes work as a commissioner of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the National Science Foundation/European Working Group on a Digital Preservation Research Agenda, the Clinton/Gore Transition Team, and Senate subcommittee testimony.
She is a fellow and past president of the Society of American mater: University of Missouri (MLIS ). Chapter of a long-term public relations initiative undertaken by the Society of American Archivists, the book aims to make public relations skills an integral Chapter of archival management, and to help the archivist, curator, or special collections professional direct the public's response to.
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I hope that members of the profession express their views through those forums, including American Archivist. While we have asked several archivists to respond to Boles’s article, the Board welcomes contributions from.
These ethical codes (i.e., Society of American Archivists, American Library Association, American Association for State and Local History) instruct librarians and archivists to practice neutrality and to strive toward open and equal access for all patrons, in accordance with the law, cultural sensitivities, and institutional policy.
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Blegen, Superintendent of the Minnesota Historical Society, on “Problems of American Archivists.” Problems included the lack of public records laws at both the state and Federal level; a lack of archival educational resources and opportunities; a lack of classification, cataloging, and.
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The Records Life Cycle Model was articulated by Theodore Schellenberg and others, and has been the prominent model for North American archivists and records managers since at least the s (Bantin, ).Author: Nathan Mnjama.
October is American Archives Month and today is Electronic Records Day! We’re celebrating the work of archivists and the importance of archives with a series of blog posts about the electronic records. Today’s post comes from Sam McClure, Electronic Records Program Officer in the Office of the Archivist.
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