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ARCHIVIST. One to whose care the archives have been confided.

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Critique: Comprised of ten erudite, informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking essays, "Partners for Preservation: Advancing digital preservation through cross-community collaboration" is especially and unreservedly recommended to the attention of professional archivists and others responsible for digital preservation, as well as students of archival studies and digital preservation.
Archivist Philip Astley said he "could not believe" the number of different records found in the harbour's basement.
Josef related to the archivists that his father had been shocked by the return of all the letters, knowing that each comment on each envelope signaled the end of that community.
Archivists may have their roots in the theories of Muller, Feith, and Fruin, but there have been several theorists to improve and refine the profession.
When Perry announced he would house his archives at the state library, archivists had less than a year to determine a digital solution before he left office in January 2015.
The Augustinian friar added that while archiving is not yet seen as a profession in the country, and with colleges and universities not yet offering archiving as a program in higher education, there is a need to update the skills of Filipino archivists to make them dovetail with the trends in archival management through conferences and workshops offered by international professional organizations.
Readers should note that much of this book is written for archivists working in a collecting institution, like a college or university archives or a historical society, and is much less directed at institutional or government archives.
The brief section on postmodernism in archives, for example, only makes vague references to Derrida's Archive Fever (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996) and simply states that "archivists have become aware that their duties of appraisal, arrangement, description, and preservation play an intrinsic role in determining whose history is remembered and how it is written" (p.
On Wednesday, the university released what it called an "outline" of what transpired when the professor asked for the documents in November, the archivists provided them in December - and when UO administrators discovered in January that the documents had been released.
Elen Simpson, Archivist, said: "Public demand for this important collection has made is a top priority for cataloguing hence our decision to apply for a grant from the National Cataloguing Grants Programme for Archives once again this year - and thankfully, this time, we were successful.
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