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News archival science, the interdisciplinary character of archival studies, the scholarly dimension of the archival field and learning process and the importance of professional accul- NARA ON THE INTERNET turation." (emphasis original). Specifically they outline a curriculum focussing on "contextual" knowledge, archival The Center for Electronic Records is interested in user knowledge and complementary knowledge and calls for a reaction to its recently established FTP site (accessible by thesis or comparable research project as well as'a prac- logging on as an anonymous user to FTP.CU.NIH.GOV ticum. The "Contextual knowledge" area is heavy on his- under the directory NARA_ELECTR()NIC (e.g., CD tory and light in organizational theory and systems NARA_ELECTRONIC). The service consists of a analysis and the complementary knowledge gives equal READ.ME file, a Title list, Preliminary and Partial list- weight to preservation, library and information science ings of data files, some general information about the Cen- and management. The draft defines adequate programs as ter and about electronic records and a description of its those possessing autonomy, being of a length equal to that fee based services. For feedback, contact Theodore Hull of other master's programs, having at least one full-time at 202-501-5579; BITNET to TIF@NIHCU. Plans are to 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/BF02770689
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Abstract

archival science, the interdisciplinary character of archival studies, the scholarly dimension of the archival field and learning process and the importance of professional accul- NARA ON THE INTERNET turation." (emphasis original). Specifically they outline a curriculum focussing on "contextual" knowledge, archival The Center for Electronic Records is interested in user knowledge and complementary knowledge and calls for a reaction to its recently established FTP site (accessible by thesis or comparable research project as well as'a prac- logging on as an anonymous user to FTP.CU.NIH.GOV ticum. The "Contextual knowledge" area is heavy on his- under the directory NARA_ELECTR()NIC (e.g., CD tory and light in organizational theory and systems NARA_ELECTRONIC). The service consists of a analysis and the complementary knowledge gives equal READ.ME file, a Title list, Preliminary and Partial list- weight to preservation, library and information science ings of data files, some general information about the Cen- and management. The draft defines adequate programs as ter and about electronic records and a description of its those possessing autonomy, being of a length equal to that fee based services. For feedback, contact Theodore Hull of other master's programs, having at least one full-time at 202-501-5579; BITNET to TIF@NIHCU. Plans are to

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Archives and Museum InformaticsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1993

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