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NAGARA their care. I found the willingness of participants to con- favored means of TV journalism or of falsification. He sider change and the recognition that it would be neces- concluded by emphasizing how little journalists are sup- sary highly refreshing, not just at the ASA conference, but porting reliable sources both by barely recognizing those in several other workshops, ranging from one day to two they could and hiding behind many whom they have weeks in duration which I conducted on electronic decided to protect. records management during my visit to Australia. Phillip Reynolds, a lawyer trained also in archives, gave D.B. an account of discovery proceedings in Australia, oddly enough illustrated by the movie "Class Action", a U.S. based fiction in which the party that tries to withhold evidence gets its comeuppance. The 1993 NAGARA meeting in St.Paul Minnesota July Finally Roger Crowe of the Ombudsman's ()l'ficc in the 20-24, 1993 disappointed its sponsors by a low turn-out State of Victoria spoke of the importance which the om- that may be related to the tight budgets in state govern- budsman places on records and the frequency with which ments, but it rewarded its attendees with a program rich http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives and Museum Informatics Springer Journals

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
1993 Archives & Museum Informatics
ISSN
1042-1467
eISSN
1573-7500
DOI
10.1007/BF02770685
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their care. I found the willingness of participants to con- favored means of TV journalism or of falsification. He sider change and the recognition that it would be neces- concluded by emphasizing how little journalists are sup- sary highly refreshing, not just at the ASA conference, but porting reliable sources both by barely recognizing those in several other workshops, ranging from one day to two they could and hiding behind many whom they have weeks in duration which I conducted on electronic decided to protect. records management during my visit to Australia. Phillip Reynolds, a lawyer trained also in archives, gave D.B. an account of discovery proceedings in Australia, oddly enough illustrated by the movie "Class Action", a U.S. based fiction in which the party that tries to withhold evidence gets its comeuppance. The 1993 NAGARA meeting in St.Paul Minnesota July Finally Roger Crowe of the Ombudsman's ()l'ficc in the 20-24, 1993 disappointed its sponsors by a low turn-out State of Victoria spoke of the importance which the om- that may be related to the tight budgets in state govern- budsman places on records and the frequency with which ments, but it rewarded its attendees with a program rich

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Archives and Museum InformaticsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1993

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