Records Classification Concepts Principles and Methods

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  • Author : Umi Asma' Mokhtar
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Pages : 160 pages
  • ISBN : 0081022395
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Download or Read online Records Classification Concepts Principles and Methods full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Umi Asma' Mokhtar and published by Chandos Publishing which was released on 19 May 2017 with total page 160 pages. We cannot guarantee that Records Classification Concepts Principles and Methods book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Records Classification: Concepts, Principles and Methods: Information, Systems, Context introduces classification, an early part of the research lifecycle. Classification ensures systematic organization of documents and facilitates information retrieval. However, classification systems are not prevalent in records management when compared to their use in other information fields. This book views classification from the records management (RM) perspective by adopting a qualitative approach, with case studies, to gather data by means of interview and document content analysis. Current development of information systems do not take into account the concept of classification from a RM perspective. Such a model is required because the incorporation of information and communication technology (ICT) in managing records is inevitable. The concept of classification from an RM perspective ought to be extended to the ICT team to enable the development of a RM system not limited to storage and retrieval functions, but also with relation to disposal and preservation processes. This proposed model introduces function-based classification to ensure records are classified in context. Gives a step-by-step functional model for constructing a classification system within an organization Advocates for the importance of practicing classification for records, towards competent, transparent, and democratic organizations Helps organizations build their own classification system, thus safeguarding information in a secure and systematic fashion Provides local case studies from Malaysia and puts together a generic, globally applicable model

Records Classification Concepts Principles and Methods

Records Classification  Concepts  Principles and Methods
  • Author : Umi Asma' Mokhtar,Zawiyah Mohammad Yusof
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 19 May 2017
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Records Classification: Concepts, Principles and Methods: Information, Systems, Context introduces classification, an early part of the research lifecycle. Classification ensures systematic organization of documents and facilitates information retrieval. However, classification systems are not prevalent in records management when compared to their use in other information fields. This book views classification from the records management (RM) perspective by adopting a qualitative approach, with case studies, to gather data by means of interview and document content analysis. Current development of information systems

Handbook

Handbook
  • Author : Standards Association of Australia (Sydney, NSW)
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Aims to: "Provide practical information and techniques for designing record classification schemes ... Equip people familar with business classification and analysis with the skills and techniques to assess, determine, and construct tools to support records classification and titling [and] Provide guidance to those who train users in records classification."-- page 2.

Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on the International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks 1973

Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on the International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks  1973
  • Author : World Intellectual Property Organization
  • Publisher : WIPO
  • Release : 24 January 1980
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The Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on the International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks, 1973, contain the most important documents relating to that Conference which were issued before, during and after it. The Diplomatic Conference on the International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks was one of three Diplomatic Conferences which took place within the framework of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on Industrial Property from May 17 to June 12, 1973, in the Hofburg in Vienna, Austria.

Function based Records Classification Systems

Function based Records Classification Systems
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Records management and archival theory recommends that records classification, as a means to identify and organize the records made or received in the course of business, should be based on an analysis of the records creators functions and activities and reflect them. However, the purpose of classification, the meaning of the term function, and the methodology for conducting a business analysis are not clearly explained in the relevant literature. Additionally, no studies of actual applications of the functional approach to

Unlocking the Files of the FBI

Unlocking the Files of the FBI
  • Author : Gerald K. Haines,David A. Langbart
  • Publisher : Scholarly Resources Incorporated
  • Release : 24 January 1993
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This volume is the first comprehensive guide to the records of the FBI. At last historians have clear descriptions of the FBI's documents and how to gain access to them. Dr. Gerald Haines, who was a member of the National Archives FBI Task Force, and Mr. David Langbart describe the contents of each of the 278 classifications the bureau uses to organize its records. They detail how much material exists, its history, where it is housed, plans for its ultimate disposition,