Case Studies from Trends in Archives Practice

These case studies are from the various modules in the series TRENDS IN ARCHIVES PRACTICE and address descriptive standards, appraisal and acquisition, digital preservation, primary sources, digital rights, and archival arrangement and description.

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Putting Descriptive Standards to Work

MODULE 20: SHARING ARCHIVAL METADATA

MODULE 19: INTRODUCING EAC-CPF

MODULE 18: USING EAD3


Appraisal and Acquisition Strategies

MODULE 16: ACCESSIONING DIGITAL ARCHIVES

MODULE 15: COLLECTING DIGITAL MANUSCRIPTS AND ARCHIVES

MODULE 14: APPRAISING DIGITAL RECORDS


Digital Preservation Essentials

MODULE 13: DIGITAL PRESERVATION STORAGE

MODULE 12: PRESERVING DIGITAL OBJECTS


Becoming a Trusted Digital Repository

MODULE 8: BECOMING A TRUSTED DIGITAL REPOSITORY


Rights in the Digital Era

MODULE 7: MANAGING RIGHTS AND PERMISSIONS

MODULE 6: BALANCING ACCESS AND PRIVACY IN THE RECORDS OF ORGANIZATIONS

MODULE 4: UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT LAW


Archival Arrangement and Description

MODULE 3: DESIGNING DESCRIPTIVE AND ACCESS SYSTEMS

MODULE 2: PROCESSING DIGITAL RECORDS AND MANUSCRIPTS

MODULE 1: STANDARDS FOR ARCHIVAL DESCRIPTION