Managing the crowd: rethinking records management for the Web 2.0 world
Imagine a records management (RM) future where the user community collectively describes the value and properties of a record using the wisdom of the crowd; where records retention, description and purpose are determined by their users, within general boundaries defined by the records manager. It may sound far-fetched but could represent a wayforward for managing records. In the Web 2.0 world new technology is continually changing the way users create and use information. RM must change its approach fundamentally if it is to have a role to play in this new world. Thisprovocative new book challenges records managers to find time amidst the daily operational pressures to debate the larger issues thrown up by the new technological paradigm we are now entering and the threat it poses to established theory and practice. A range of stimulating ideas is put up for discussion: why not, for instance, embrace folksonomies rather than classification schemes and metadata schemas as the main means of resource discovery for unstructured data? Adopt a ranking system that encourages users to rate how useful they found content as part of the appraisal process? Let the content creator decide whether there should be any access restrictions on the content they have created?
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Review: Managing The Crowd: Rethinking Records Management For The Web 2.0 WorldUser Review - Margaret Heller - Goodreads
Not a records manager myself, but want to learn more. Plus this is helpful in illustrating some principles we have at the Chicago Underground Library in terms of trusting the creators and users to describe the materials. Read full review
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How to keep all the Web 2.0 records under one roof
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Bruce William Dearstyne
No preview available - 2008
Web 2 0 and current trends in IT
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