This conversational text offers inviting projects that fulfill requirements for an introductory course in records management. Its interactive exercises assess the student's understanding of the principles and concepts supporting each management system.
Whats What in Records Management
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2nd Unit 3rd 3rd Unit 4th ABC Warehouse accession book alphabetic card alphabetic filing arrangements alphabetic index alphabetic order alphanumeric filing aperture card archive ARMA business names coding computer-assisted retrieval cross-referencing database Dewey Decimal System dictionary arrangement documents Draughons Junior College e-mail electronic records systems employees encyclopedic arrangement equipment example federal Figure file drawer file folder film floppy disks geographic filing arrangements hard copy ICRM inactive storage indexing unit individual Key Unit 2nd label manual records systems master index MEMORY FILE microfiche microfilm microform micrographic numeric filing arrangements numeric filing system optical disk organization organization's pending file personnel reading file records center records management records stored relative index require retention schedule retrieval Secret Service Bureau step storing records subdivisions subject filing arrangements Table tabs terminal-digit tickler file transfer types of records ultrafiche Unit 3rd Unit Unit 4th Unit Vital records