Introduction to Archives

Records Management

ARMA International

ARMA Canada

BC Government Records Management

BC Government ARCS Online: Administrative Records Classification System

International Records Management Trust

ISO Information and documentation: Records Management

World Bank Group Archives - Records Management Roadmap (August 2020)

  • Useful for governments and public-sector organizations to help them implement strategic and effective records management programs. The Roadmap is an eight-part toolkit for institutions wishing to improve the management of their records. It provides guidance, assessment tools, explanations of terms and concepts, and resources, to allow organizations to evaluate their records management needs and identify priorities for action.


Trauma Informed Archives Resources 


Publications

  • Archives: Principles and Practices by Laura Millar. (Neil-Schuman Publishers Inc., 2010)
  • Understanding Archives and Manuscripts (Archival Fundamentals Series II) by James M. O'Toole and Richard J. Cox. (Society of American Archivists, 2006)
  • Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology (Archival Fundamentals Series. II) by Richard Pearce-Moses. (Society of American Archivists, 2005)
  • Archival Theory, Records, and the Public by Trevor Livelton. (Scarecrow Press, January 2004)
  • Imagining Archives: Essays and Reflections by Hugh A. Taylor by Terry Cook and Gordon Dodds (eds.) (Scarecrow Press, Inc., Association of Canadian Archivists & Society of American Archivists, 2003)
  • Ethics and the Archival Profession: Introduction and Case Studies by Karen M. Benedict. (Society of American Archivists, 2003)
  • Managing Records as Evidence and Information by Richard J. Cox. (Quorum Books, 2001)
  • Keeping Archives by Judith Ellis (ed), 2nd ed. (Melbourne: D. W. Thorpe and the Australian Society of Archivists, 1993)
  • Canadian Archival Studies and the Rediscovery of Provenance by Tom Nesmith (ed.) (Association of Canadian Archivists, Society of American Archivists)


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