Modelling the continuum as a paradigm shift in recordkeeping and archiving processes, and beyond - a personal reflection

@inproceedings{UPWARD2000ModellingTC,
  title={Modelling the continuum as a paradigm shift in recordkeeping and archiving processes, and beyond - a personal reflection},
  author={FRANK UPWARD},
  year={2000}
}
This article outlines the development of a records continuum model initially developed as a teaching tool to communicate evidence-based approaches to archives and records management. The continuum is being used in Australia as a metaphor to assist in getting records management ‘right’ in recordkeeping environments built around electronic communications, and the model supports this endeavour. It extends the concept of the continuum beyond metaphor, representing the case for viewing it in its… CONTINUE READING

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