5 edition of glossary of archival and records terminology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Archival fundamentals series.|
|LC Classifications||CD945 .P43 2005|
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|LC Control Number||2005051613|
GLOSSARY This glossary contains definitions of most of the archival terms used in these rules. The terms have been defined only within the context of the rules. For definitions of other terms, consult the standard glossaries or dictionaries.1 All terms defined elsewhere in the glossary are capitalized. A non-traditional book condition description that generally refers to a book in Good or Very Good condition, although no standard exists for this term, and the word can be used to describe a wide variety of actual book conditions. Advance Review Copy. All Edges Gilt. Describes a book in which the top, fore edge and bottom of the outside of the.
A Glossary of Archival And Records Terminology is that item for archivists. The definitions given in the glossary are succinct and accurate. The work includes many of the obscure acronyms used in the profession such as EAD, EDI, and METS. The author and his advisors were careful to distinguish the words defined from similar terms.4/5. Readable Records. Taken together the manuals in this series represent an important step in a transition within the archival profession from an oral tradition to a body of literature that can be accumulated, revised, and criticized. The Society of American Archivists is pleased to add Archives & Manuscripts: Law to the list of titles in the.
Glossary of Basic Archival and Library Conservation Terms: English with Equivalents in Spanish, German, Italian, French, and Russian Volume 4 of ICA handbooks series, International Council on Archives Ica Handbook, Vol. 4 Volume 4 of International Council on Archives: ICA handbooks series: Authors. Archival Basics and Glossary ARCHIVES are the organized noncurrent records of an institution or organization retained for their continuing value in providing a) evidence of the existence, functions, and operations of the institution or organization that generated them, or b) other information on activities or persons affected by the organization.
Australian poetic satire
Assistant Chiefs of Bureaus
Biographia literaria, 1817
The worn wedding-ring
Proposed land and resource management plan : Rogue River National Forest
Scottish art and national encouragement
Report to the California Toll Bridge Authority on a toll highway crossing of San Diego Bay between the cities of San Diego and Coronado
Offshore tax planning
A learned commentary or exposition: upon the first chapter of the second Epistle of S. Paul to the Corinthians
Report from the Beria Reserve
A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology Published by SAA in as one of seven volumes in the Archival Fundamentals Series II, the Glossary, by Richard Pearce-Moses, contains more than 2, defined entries, more than lead-in terms, and nearly citations from some sources, and is based primarily on archival literature in the United States and.
A Glossary of Archival And Records Terminology is that item for archivists. The definitions given in the glossary are succinct and accurate. The work includes many of the obscure acronyms used in the profession such as EAD, EDI, and METS. The author and his advisors were careful to distinguish the words defined from similar by: A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. xiv A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology grapple with born-digital documents and to become familiar with arcane aspects of technology used to record and authenticate elec-tronic documents, such as ciphers, encryption keys, and encoding schemes.
At the same time, other professions adopted—sometimes appropriated—archival terms. ARCHIVES (1) The non-current records of an organization or institution preserved because of their continuing value. (2) The agency responsible for selecting, preserving, and making available records determined to have permanent or continuing value.
(3) The building or part of a building where archival materials are located. A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology. Home; Preface: The Archival Lexicon; Introduction; BROWSE TERMS; Bibliography; Word of the Week.
†55 (Densmorep. 79): The terms 'waste book', 'daybook', and 'journal' were sometimes used interchangeably. A waste book is simply the rough form of a daybook; 'journal' usually refers to the book used in double entry bookkeeping to separate transactions into debits and credits.
This glossary of commonly used archival terms is based in part on and draws several definitions from "A Basic Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators, and Records Managers," compiled by Frank B.
Evans, Donald F. Harrison, and Edwin A. Thompson (The American Archivist 37 [July ]: ). A Bibliography of Glossaries for Archivists, Records Managers, Special Collections Librarians, Manuscript Curators, and other Related Information Professionals Compiled by Diane Vogt-O'Connor 2/28/02 American Library Association (ALA).
The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science. Chicago: American Library Association, American Library Association. Binding Terms. Welcome to the Multilingual Archival Terminology, an interactive, online, database of archival terminology usage. The Terminology is: An international source for the terminology and definitions used by many traditions to express shared archival concepts; A dynamic instrument that will reflect international archival practice and its evolution.
The term 'archive' or 'archives' is also widely applied to organisations or subsections of organisations which have custody of archives/records, e.g. The National Archives, the Tate Archives. The term is also used more loosely in association with storing things safely over time, such as 'an archive of your text messages'.
‘Records centre’ refers to the agency responsible for semi-current files. The terms ‘archival institution’ or ‘archival repository’ refer to the facility responsible for preserving records of enduring value. The term ‘archives’ with lower case ‘a’ is used to refer to the actual records housed in the archival Size: KB.
A glossary of archival and records terminology. [Richard Pearce-Moses] -- Intended to provide the basic foundation for modern archival practice and theory. archive. (also archive), n. ~ 1. Materials created or received by a person, family, or organization, public or private, in the conduct of their affairs and preserved because of the enduring value contained in the information they contain or as evidence of the functions and responsibilities of their creator, especially those materials maintained using the principles of provenance, original order, and collective control; permanent records.
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AIC Definitions of Conservation Terminology, Directory of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,p. Bellardo, Lewis J. and Bellardo, Lynn Lady, A Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators, and Records Managers, The Society of American Archivists, Chicago,pp.
8, Terms Used in the Preservation of Audio, Video and Motion Picture Film Main Table of Contents for Audio, Video, and Motion Picture Film: Audio Recordings Video Tapes Motion Picture Film Access Copy: Also called distribution or reference copy.
An access copy should provide easy access or review of the content of a less accessible preservation or. Click to read more about Glossary of Archival And Records Terminology (Archival Fundamentals Series.
II) by Richard Pearce-Moses. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. † (Nevada Glossary) [access] To intercept, instruct, communicate with, store data in, retrieve from or otherwise make use of any resources of a computer, network or data.
A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology. Since World War II, archivists around the world have devoted considerable time and attention to defining these terms, and an international lexicon of archival terminology was published in After years of drafts, debates, and reviews, the Society of American Archivists published its own glossary in The Society of American Archivists' glossary of archival and records terminology is an invaluable resource for anyone getting started with archival research.
Glossary of the Rules for Archival Description.Select List of Archival Terminology ACCESS 1. The right or opportunity of finding, consulting, or approaching documents and/or information. An addition to the holdings of an archival repository or records centre. (The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science) 4.
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