Developing a Premier National Institution: A Report from the User Community to the National Archives
National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History, 1989 - Archives - 39 pages
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accessibility of holdings American Archivist American Historical Association American Management Systems archival specialists Archives a premier Archives and Records archivists best archivists with extensive Assign staff becoming a premier Career Incentives categories of users chives clusters of record computerized finding aids Develop career initiatives DEVELOP THE NATIONAL documentation domains ENCOURAGE AND MAXIMIZE evaluation Expand the mentoring Expert System extensive knowledge federal government federal records flexibility for staff genealogists identified increasing institution for research institutional memory intellectual exchange involve users junior junior archivists ln addition MAXIMIZE THE STAFFS National Archives needs Organization of American particular record groups potential premier institution PREMIER NATIONAL INSTITUTION Profes Promotion of History quality of holdings quality reference RECOMMENDATIONS Records Service reference assistance reference interviews reference letters reference services reference tools requests retrieval role scholarly searchers senior archivists specific record groups stimulation of intellectual subject areas tion tools and reference User Studies York Public Library