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Documentation in a community informatics project
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This paper shows how village women participants in a community informatics project in Bangladesh took the initiative to create and preserve the information that was useful to them in analogue formats to remedy the limitations of the digital formats and to keep the information accessible in the longer term. Expand
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The flexibility of the records continuum model: a response to Michael Karabinos’ “in the shadow of the continuum”
In an article entitled “In the shadow of the continuum: testing the records continuum model through the Foreign and Commonwealth Office ‘Migrated Archives’” published in Archival Science in 2018,Expand
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The societal embeddedness of records: teaching the meaning of the fourth dimension of the Records Continuum Model in different cultural contexts
The Continuum concept of pluralisation is often misunderstood. This paper aims to explain how records are embedded in the society that created them from the time of their creation and how they can beExpand
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La Perspective du Continuum des archives illustré par l'exemple d'un document personnel
The Continuum theory developed in Australia may appear complex and hard to apply to concrete cases. Some of its core writings are dense and complicated, and there are not many practical examples ofExpand
Care Leavers’ records: a case for a Repurposed Archive Continuum Model
Abstract The historical records created by Australian child welfare agencies were never intended to be released to the children after they left ‘care’. They were administrative records that wereExpand
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The end of archival ideas?
In May 2019, a well-known archival commentator posted on Twitter a message that questioned how it was possible that a ‘dude’ that they did not know could suggest that we had come to ‘the end ofExpand
Activist archives: youth culture and the political past in Indonesia
Almost two decades after the fall of the Suharto regime in May 1998, we still know very little about the student movement that was the driving force behind Indonesia’s turn to democracy. In theExpand
Khmer Rouge archives: appropriation, reconstruction, neo-colonial exploitation and their implications for the reuse of the records
The Khmer Rouge archives that are now held by the Documentation Center of Cambodia in Phnom Penh are not the same archives as the ones that were built up during the Khmer Rouge regime. The largestExpand
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