Archives and Library Administration: Divergent Traditions and Common Concerns
This informative volume focuses on the effective management of library archives, presenting perspectives and firsthand accounts from experienced and successful administrators in the field. The contributors examine the differences and similarities in the management of archives and other library/information centers, providing valuable insights into various managment styles, decisions, and planning techniques.
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ARCHIVIST PERSPECTIVES ON LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION OF ARCHIVES
ARCHIVAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL
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AACR2 activity AMC format American Archivist 47 appraisal approach archival administration archival education archival information archival profession archival science archival theory archives and libraries Archives and Manuscripts archivists and librarians areas arrangement and description bibliographic control bibliographic networks cataloging collection development collection management common Computer Network concept conservation cooperation evaluation federal functions funding government publications historical records indexing inﬂuence information technology institutions integration intellectual access issues librarians and archivists librarianship libraries and archives library administrators Library and Information library catalog Library of Congress Library Science machine-readable manual MARC MARC Archival Max Evans McCrank National Archives National Information Systems operations organization organizational personal computer perspective practices preservation problems profes professional provenance records management Records Program reﬂect Report Research Libraries Research Libraries Group retrieval Richard RLIN shared Society of American standards storage strategies subject access Task Force tion traditional University users