More than one language / en plusieurs langues


2079.           ERLANDSSON, Alf; International Council on Archives, Committee on Electronic Records. Electronic Records Management: a literature review  (ICA Studies Series 10). Paris, 1997. GB1, GB6, P2, SF3

2080.           International Council on Archives, Committee on Electronic Records. Guide for Managing Electronic Records from an Archival Perspective  (ICA Studies Series 8). Paris, 1997.  GB1, GB6, P2

2081.           International Council on Archives, Committee on Electronic Records. Electronic Records Programs: report on the 1994/95 survey (ICA Studies Series 9). Paris, 1996. GB1, GB6, P2

2082.           DURANTI, Luciana. “The thinking on appraisal of electronic records: its evolution, focuses and future directions”. Janus (2/1997): 47-67. SF3

2083.           NAUGLER, Harold. Evaluation et tri des documents informatiques en archi­visti­que: une étude RAMP, accompagnée de principes directeurs. UNESCO, Paris, 1986. BR1, P4, TR2


English / anglais


2084.          BEARMAN, David and Ken SOCHATS. “Metadata Requirements for Evi­dence”. Available at  <http://www.sis.pitt.edu/~nhprc/BACartic.html >. USA1

2085.          New South Wales, Australia Electrolic Record Keeping Programme. Available at <http:// www.records.nsw.gov.au>. GB6

2086.          European DLM-Forum on electronic records. Available at  <http://www2.echo.lu/dlm/en/ home.html>. GB6

2087.          RULLER, Tom; McGOVERN, Nancy (ed.). Electronic Records Bibliography. Available at <http://www.si.umich.edu/HCHS/ERECS-Bib/bib.html>.GB6

2088.          DURANTI, Luciana. et.al. The Preservation of the Integrity of Electronic Records. Univer-sity of British Columbia, Canada. Available at <http://www.slais.ubc.ca/users/duranti/intro. htm> .GB6

2089.          BEARMAN, D. & TRANT, J. Electronic Records Research Working Meeting May 28-30 1997 Report. 1997. Available at  <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july97/07bearman.html>.GB6

2090.          Public Record Office. Guidelines on the Management and Appraisal of Electronic Records: standards for the management of Government records. New South Wales, Australia Electronic Record Keeping programme,1998. GB6

2091.          McINNES, S. “Electronic Records: the new archival frontier?”. Journal of the Society of Archivists 19 (2) (1998): 211-220. GB1

2092.          ADAMI, T. “The 1990s Archival War of the Roses”. Informaa Quarterly vol 15 no 2 (May 1998): 18-25. GB6

2093.          STEPHENS, D. “At the end of the life cycle: electronic records retention”. Proceedings of the DLM-Forum of electronic records, Brussels, 18-20 December 1996, INSAR, Supplement II, 1997, pp.106-112. SF3

2094.          Insar (Information Summary on Archives). Proceedings of the DLM-Forum on electronic records Dec 1996. Brussels, 1997. GB6

2095.          Insar (Information Summary on Archives) supplement III. Guidelines on best practice for using electoronic information. 1997. GB6

2096.          Ann Arbor Conference 1996 Final Report, Electronic Records Research and Development. Michigan, 1997. Available at  <http://www.si.umich.edu/e-recs/Report/>. GB6

2097.          SHEPHERD, E.  “The Management of Electronic Records”. Library & Information Briefings 69 (Nov 1996), South Bank University. GB1, GB6

2098.          LOHAN, R., et al. ed. For the record: data archives, electronic records, access to information and the needs of the research community. Institute of Public Administration, Dublin, 1996. GB1

2099.          DURANTI, L. and MacNEIL, H. “The Protection of the Integrity of Electronic Records: an overview of the UBC-MAS Research Project”. Archivaria 42 (Fall 1996): 46-76. GB6

2100.          COX, Richard. “Re-Defining Electronic Records Management”. Records Management Quarterky Vol. 30, no 4 (1996): 8-13. CDN2

2101.          YORKE, Stephen (ed.). Playing for Keeps: Proceedings of an Electronic Records Management Conference. Canberra 8-10 November, 1994. Australian Archives, Canberra, 1995. CD-ROM and hard copy edition. AUS1, GB1

2102.          VAN BOGART, John W.C. Magnetic Tape Storage and Handling: A Guide for Libraries and Archives. Washington D.C. 1995. USA1

2103.          COX, Richard (comp.). University of Pittsburgh Recordkeeping Functional Requirements Project: Reports and Working Papers. Volumes One and Two. PA: School of Library & Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, September, 1994 and May, 1995. AUS1

2104.          STEIN, Eric W. and Vladimir ZWASS. “Actualizing Organizational Memory with Information Systems”. Information Systems Research 6:2 (1995): 85-117. USA1

2105.          STEIN, E.W. “Organizational Memory: Review of Concepts and Recom­mendati­ons for Management”. International Journal of Information Manage­ment 15:2 (1995): 17-32. USA1

2106.          SHEPHERD, E. (ed). A Window to the Future: Papers from a conference on Managing Electronic Information. SLAIS, London, 1995. GB6

2107.          ROTHENBERG, Jeff. “Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Documents”. Scientific American 272 (January 1995): 24-29. USA1, USA5, NL

2108.          ROBERTS, David. Documenting the Future: Policy and Strategies for Electronic Record­kee­ping Regimes in the NSW Public Sector. Archives Authority of NSW, Sydney, July 1995. AUS1

2109.          Preserving digital information : report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information / commissioned by the Commission on Preservation and Access and the Research Libraries Group. Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, D.C., 1996. USA1

2110.          PHILLIPS.  “Metadata: Information about electronic records”. Records Management Quarterly (October 1995): 52-55, 73. SF3

2111.          O’SHEA, Greg (ed.). Keeping Electronic Records: Policy for electro­nic record­kee­ping in the Commonwealth Government. Australian Archives, Can­berra, 1995. AUS1

2112.          GALVIN, Thomas and Russell KAHN. Electronic Records Management: A Strategic Application. Case Study published by the Society of American Archi­vists. 1995. USA1

2113.          DOLLAR, Charles and Deborah SKAGGS. Using Technologies to Build Strategic Collaboration. Case Study published by the Society of American Archivists. 1995. USA1

2114.          COOK. “It's 10 'Clock: Do You Know Where Your Data Are?”. Techno­logy Review 98 (January 1995): 48-53. USA5

2115.          Australian Council of Archives. Corporate Memory in the Electronic Age. Sydney, October 1995. Available at <http://www.aa.gov.au/AA_WWW/ProAssn/ACA/Corpmenw.htm>. GB6

2116.          Australian Archives. Playing for Keeps, Electronic Records Management Conference papers. 1995. Available at <http://www.aa.gov.au/AA_WWW/AA_Publications/P4K/ Contents.htm>. GB6

2117.          ACKERMAN, A.S. and R.T. FIELDING. “Collection Maintenance in the Digital Library” . 1995. Available at <http://csdl.tamu.edu/DL95>. USA1

2118.          SHEPHERD, E. “Managing electronic records”. Records Management Journal vol.4 no.1 (June 1994): 39-49. GB6

2119.          ROBERTS, David. “Defining Electronic Records, Documents and Data”. Archives and Manuscripts 22 (May 1994): 14-26. USA14

2120.          LYNCH, Clifford. “The Integrity of Digital Information: Mechanics and Definiti­o­nal Issues”. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45:10 (1994): 737-744. USA1

2121.          Information Exchange Steering Committee (IESC). Improving Electronic Document Manage­ment: Guidelines for Australian Government Agencies. AGPS, Canberra, 1994. Available through the Australian Commonwealth Government Information Technology Office. AUS1, GB6

2122.          HEDSTROM, Margaret. Archives & Manuscripts: Machine Readable Records. Chicago, Il., SAA, 1994. CDN5, USA14

2123.          COX, Richard J. “The Record: Is It Evolving?”. Records & Retrieval Report 10 (March 1994): 1-16. USA14

2124.          COOK, Terry. “Electronic Records, Paper Minds: The Revolution in Informa­tion Management and Archives in the Post-Custodial and Post-Modernist Era”. Archives and Manuscripts 22 (November 1994): 300-328. GB6, NL, USA14

2125.          BROGAN, Mark. “Regulation and the Market: A Micro-Economic Analy­sis of Strategies for Electronic Archives Management”. Archives and Manu­scripts 22 (November 1994): 384-394. USA14

2126.          BIKSON, Tora. “Organizational Trends and Electronic Media: Work in Progress”. AA 57/1 (Winter 1994): 48-68; Joan WARNOW-BLEWETT. “Commentary”. Ibid. 70-74; Vic­toria Irons WALCH. “Commentary” . Ibid. 76-81. USA1

2127.          BEARMAN, David. Electronic Evidence: Strategies for Managing Records in Contempo­rary Organizations. Pittsburgh: Archives and Museum Informa­tics, 1994. AUS1, GB6, GH, USA1, USA14

2128.          Australian Society of Archivists. Archives and Manuscripts. themed issue on electronic record keeping, vol.22 no.1 (May 1994). GB6

2129.          Society of Archivists Information Technology Group. Criteria for software evaluation: A checklist for archivists. 1993. GB3

2130.          ROSS, S. and E. HIGGS eds. Electronic Information Resources and Historians: European Perspectives. St Katharinen [Gottingen]: Max Planck-Institut fur Gescichte In Kommission bei Scripta Mercaturae Verlag, 1993. GB1, GB6

2131.          PARER, D. and R. TERRY, eds. Managing electronic records: papers from a workshop on Managing Electronic Records of Archival Value held on 30 October 1992 in Sydney Central O’Connor. ACT: Australian Society of Archivists, 1993. GB1

2132.          McKEMMISH, Sue and Frank UPWARD (ed.). The Archival Docu­ment. Provi­ding accountabi­lity through recordkeeping. Melbourne, 1993. AUS1

2133.          McKEM­MISH, Sue. “Recordkeeping, Accountability and Continuity: The Australi­an Reality”. In: McKEMMISH, Sue and Frank UPWARD (ed.). The Archival Docu­ment. Provi­ding accountabi­lity through recordkeeping. Melbourne, 1993, pp.9-26. USA14

2134.          MOHLHENRICH, Janice ed. Preservation of Electronic Formats: Elec­tronic Formats for Preservation. Fort Atkinson, 1993. USA1

2135.          Information Exchange Steering Committee (IESC). Management of Electronic Documents in the Australian Public Service. IESC, Canberra, 1993. AUS1

2136.          HEDSTROM, Margaret. “Descriptive Practices for Electronic Records: Deciding what is Essential and Imagening what is Possible”. Archivaria 36 (Autumn 1993): 53-63. USA1

2137.          Guidelines for the Management of Electro­nic Records. Wisconsin, Public Records and Forms Board. Madison, 1993. USA12

2138.          FINHOLT, Tom. “The Erosion of Time, Geography and Hierarchy: Sharing Information Through an Electronic Archive”. Information Hand­ling in Offices and Archives. Angelika MENNE-HARITZ e.d. Munich, 1993: 67-90. GB1, GB6, IL, USA1

2139.          Electronic Records Program Strate­gies. Edited by Margaret HED­STROM. Archives and Museum Informatics Technical Report, no. 18. Pittsburgh, Archives and Museum Informatics, 1993. AUS1, GB6, USA1, USA14

2140.          BIKSON, T.K. and E.J. FRINKING. Preserving the Present: Toward Viable Electronic Records. The Hague, Netherlands, 1993. GB6, USA14

2141.          SAFFADY, William. Managing Electronic Records. Prairie Village, ARMA, 1992. CDN2, GB1

2142.          PERRITT, Henry H. Jr. “Electronic Records Management and Archi­ves”. Univer­si­ty of Pittsburgh Law Review 53 (Summer 1992): 963-1024. USA14

2143.          LESK, Michael. Preservation of the New Technology: A Report of the Techno­logy Asses­sment Advisory Committee to the Commissi­on on Preser­vation and Access. Washing­ton, D.C., 1992. GB1, USA1

2144.          KANDUR, H. The management of electronic records. PhD (Arts) UC, 1992.GB1

2145.          SAFFADY, William. “Stability, Care and Handling Microforms, Magnetic Media and Optical Disks”. Library Technology Reports 27 (January-Februa­ry 1991): 5-117. USA1

2146.          Research Issues in Electronic Records. National Histori­cal Publi­cations and Records Commission. ST. Paul, 1991. USA1

2147.          McKEMMISH, Sue and Frank UPWARD. “The Archival Document: A Submissi­on to the Inquiry Into Australia as an Information Society”. Archives and Manu­scripts 19, no.1 (1991): 17-31. USA14

2148.          HEDSTROM, Margaret. “Understanding Electronic Incunabula: A Framework for Research on Electronic Records”. AA 54:3 (1991): 334-354. USA1

2149.          COOK, Terry. “Easy to Byte, Harder to Chew: The Second Generation of Electronic Records Archives”. Archivaria 33 (Winter 1991-1992): 202-216. P4, USA5, USA14

2150.          BEARMAN, David. (ed.). Archival Management of Electronic Records. Archives and Museum Informatics Technical Report No. 13. PA: Archives & Museum Informatics, Pittsburgh, 1991. AUS1, GB1

2151.          HAYNES, David (ed.). Information Sources in Information Technology. London; New York, c1990. GB2

2152.          WALCH, Victoria Irons. “The Role of Standards in the Archival Manage­ment of Electro­nic Records”. AA 53:1 (1990­): 30-43. USA1

2153.          ROTHMAN, John. “More on the Idea of Permanence”. AA (Winter 1990). USA2

2154.          MOSS, William W. “Disposa­ble Archives in the Interactive Global Village of Hypermedi­a”. AA (Winter 1990). USA2

2155.          OGLESBY, Thomas R. and William H. LEARY. Managing Electronic Records. Was­hington, 1990. CDN5

2156.          LESK, Michael. Image Formats for Preservation and Access: A Report of the Technology Assessment Advisory Committee to the Commission on Preservati­on and Access. Washing­ton, D.C., 1990. USA1

2157.          BEARMAN, David and Charles DOLLAR. Management of Electronic Re­cords: Issues and Guidelines. New York, 1990. CDN5

2158.          Advisory Committee for the Coordination of Information Systems (AC­CIS). Manage­ment of Electronic Records: Issues and Guideli­nes. New York: United Nations, 1990. AUS1, GB1, USA14

2159.          SCHNEIDER, G.R. Eugenia. “Maintenance Procedures and Docu­menta­ti­on”. Systems Develop­ment Management. Boston, 1989. CDN5

2160.          O'TOOLE, James M. “On the Idea of Permanence”. AA 52, 1 (Winter 1989): 10-25. CDN5, USA1, USA2, USA5, USA13, USA14

2161.          CAUDLE, Sharon L. and Donald A. MARCHAND. Managing Information Resour­ces: New Directions in State Government. Syracuse: Syracuse University School of Informati­on Studies Center for Science and Technology, August 1989. USA14

2162.          COOK, Michael (ed.). Computer-generated Records (Problems in Records Manage­ment Series, Vol.2). Liverpool, 1987. GB6

2163.          WEICK, Karl. “Cosmos vs. Chaos: Sense and Nonsense in Electronic Con­texts”. Organizational Dynamics 14/2 (1985): 51-64. USA1

2164.          PRITCHARD, J. A. T.  Introducing electronic archiving. Manchester, NCC, 1985. P2

2165.          GELLER, Sidney B. Care and Handling of Computer Magnetic Storage Media. Washing­ton, 1983. CDN5

2166.          GEDA, Carolyn L.; Erik W. AUSTIN & Francis X. BLOUIN Jr. Archivists and Machi­ne-Readable Records: Proceedings of the Conference on archival Manage­ment of machine-readable Records, February 7-10, 1979. Society of American Archivists. Ann Arbor. Chicago Ill, 1980. GB2

2167.          GRAHAM, Peter S. Intellectual Preservation: Electronic Preservation of the Third Kind. USA1

2168.          GILLILAND-SWETLAND, Anne J. “Automa­­­ted Archival Information Systems”. Encyclo­pe­dia of Library and Infor­mation Science 48. Allal Kent, ed., 1-13. USA1

2169.          Effects of Electronic Recordkeeping on the Historical Record of the U.S. Govern­ment. National Academy of Public Administration. USA5


French / français


2170.          PAQUET, Lucie. “Les documents informatiques dans les fonds d’archives d’origine privée aux Archives Nationales du  Canada”. Archives vol.29, nos.3-4 (1997-1998): 71-98. CDN2

2171.          PÉRIAT, Nicole. “Politique de gestion du courrier électronique : des mesures à prendre”. Archives vol.29, no.1 (1997-1998): 3-56. CDN2

2172.          SAULNIER, Carole. “Prolégomènes à la gestion des documents administratifs électroniques”. Archives vol.29, no.1 (1997-1998): 57-73. CDN2

2173.          “Guide de l’information numérique, comment traiter les données lisibles par machine et les documents numériques ”. Edition mise à jour et amplifiée. INSAR, Courrier européen des archives, supplément III (1997). F3

2174.          Université de Montréal. Service des Archives et la Gestion des Documents. La classification des documents informatiques dans un environnement bureautique. 2 éd. Montréal : UQAM, 1996. CDN2

2175.          Université de Montréal. Service des Archives. Guide de gestion des archives informatiques de l'Université de Montréal : volet bureautique (environnements IBM et Macintosh). Montréal : Université de Montréal, 1995. (Publication no 3). CDN2

2176.          LEBEL, Marc. “Méthodologie pour le calendrier de conservation de documents informatiques”. Archives vol.27, no.2 (1995): 51-73. CDN2

2177.          Conférence des recteurs et des principaux des universités du Québec (Crepuq). La gestion des archives informatiques. Collecti­on gestion de l'information, Québec, 1994. CDN2

2178.          MARCOUX, Yves. “Les formats des documents électroniques”. Archi­ves vol.26, nos.1-2 (1994): 85-100 CDN2

2179.          “Technologies de l'information”. Archives (numéro spécial) vol.26, nos.1-2 (1994). CDN2

2180.          COUTURE, Carol; James TURNER. “L'informatisation des archives et les archives informatiques: qu'en ont dit les revues professionnelles entre 1980 et 1993 ?”. Archives vol.26, nos.1-2 (1994): 5-36. CDN2

2181.          LECHASSEUR, Antonio. “L'acquisition du patrimoine informatique des institutions du gouvernement fédéral aux Archives nationales du Canada”. Archives vol.25, no.2 (1993): 69-73. CDN2

2182.          BERGERON, Pierrette. “La gestion des archives électroniques”. Archi­ves vol.23, no.3 (1992): 51-70. CDN2

2183.          CONCHON, Michèle. Le traitement et la conservation des archives informa­ti­ques aux archives nationales: méthodologie, réalisations et perspectives de Constance. Centre des archives contemporaines, 2e éd., 1988, F3

2184.          HEDSTROM, Margaret L. Archives et manuscrits : les archives informatiques. CIA/comité de l'informatique), Koblenz, 1987. F3

2185.          “ Atelier archives informatiques”. Les nouvelles archives, formation et collecte. Actes du XXVIIIe congrès national des archivistes français, Paris, 29 septembre-1er octobre 1986. Paris, 1987 : 121-170. F3

2186.          CIGREF. L'archivage élec­tronique. Paris, 1982. F5

2187.          CHABIN, Marie-Anne. “ La cinquième dimension de l’archive numérique ”. Document numérique, vol 1, n°2 : 205-216. F3


Chinese / chinois


2188.          FENG,Huiling. Yong You Xin Ji Yi:Dian Zi Wen Jian Guan Li Yan Jiu” (Possessing New Media Memory-Research on the Management of Electronic Records). Dang An Xue Tong Xun (Archives Science Bulletin)1(1998): 44-48; 2(1998):47-50; 3(1998): 32-35; 4(1998): 38-41; 5(1998):43-46. CN

2189.          LIU,Jiazhen. “Chuan Tong Wen Jian Yu Dian Zi Wen Jian Xing Cheng De Bi Jiao” (Comparisons of Creation between Electronic Records and Traditional Records). Si Chuan Dang An (Sichuan Archives )4(1998): 15-18. CN

2190.          ZHOU, Yu. “Que Ding Dian Zi Wen Jian De Dang An Shu Xing” (Defining the Archival Attributes of Electronic Records). Fujian Archives 2(1998): 29-33. CN


Italian / italien


2191.          GUERCIO, Maria. “Gli archivisti italiani e la sfida dell'automazio­ne: archivi correnti e nuovi documenti”. Archivi per la storia V (1992/2): 39-58 (con bibliografi­a). I

2192.          GUARASCI, Roberto. “L'archivistica alle soglie del 2.000: alcune riflessio­ni”. Archivi e computer (1991/2): 132-139. I


Polish / polonais


2193.          Nawrocki, Stanisław. “Kartoteka perforowana ręcznie jako pomoc archiwalna”.  Archeion t.57(1972): 7-25. PL6

2194.          Nowosad, Wiesław. Dokumentacja komputerowa w strukturze zasobu archiwalnego, [w:] Archiwa polskie wobec wyzwań XXI wieku. Pamiętnik III Powszechnego Zjazdu Archiwistów Polskich. t.1 red. Daria Nałęcz, Radom, 209-221. PL6