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This paper describes initiatives being pursued by the national archives of Australia regarding the development of metadata standards for online resource discovery and for electronic recordkeeping. the genesis and objectives of these standards are discussed in the context of efforts being made by...
This paper compares the purpose, content, structure and level of specificity of two archival metadata schemes:The International Standards for Archival Description (ISAD (G)) and the Business Acceptable Communication model (BAC) developed by the University of Pittsburgh Project. It suggests that...
The dominant paradigm in Archival Science, thehistorical-technicist paradigm, has its origins with the French Revolution and raised from the social, economic, political, ideological and cultural changes that occur during the 19th and 20th centuries. During this last one and due specially to the...
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