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Records Management: Making the Transition from Paper to Electronic

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Paperback, 292 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by A R M A International (first published 2007)
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Greg
May 19, 2009 Greg rated it did not like it
How I learned that I don't want to be RIMMING for a living.

This is a terrible and pointless book. From calling people who don't believe the 'hype' of the future of a paperless office as delusional Luddites (but how do you account for the yearly increase in office paper consumption, even since the e-revolution, you glib little cheerleader of sloganeering and meaningless business practices? Oh, you don't because that is one fact you didn't give a footnote to, HA! caught you); to basically saying
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Christopher
Mar 15, 2013 Christopher rated it liked it
Shelves: for-mlis-masters
Stephens is a traditionalist. He uses this book to generally advocate the idea that the same conceptual ideas that have long been used on traditional paper records can be used on their digital cousins. I generally agree with the notion that records are defined by their content, not by their format. However, the volume of records and their informal nature tends to work against the traditional model. Especially when it comes to email, most workers simply do not see a benefit in applying taxonomy ...more
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Out of date and out of touch with the IT world.
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Dave Stephens is a professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at the University of Minnesota. In 2012 he served as a program director in animal behavior at the National Science Foundation. His research focuses on the behavioral ecology of animal learning and decision making.
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