The Facet Records Management Collection

Jun 2016 | 1240pp

5 volume set
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The Facet Records Management Collection

This Collection contains the following books:

There is a 10% discount off the combined price of the books in the Collection.

Managing Records: A handbook of principles and practice

1. Understanding records management  
2. Analysing the context for records management  
3. Classifying records and documenting their context  
4. Creating and capturing records  
5. Managing appraisal, retention and disposition  
6. Maintaining records and assuring their integrity  
7. Providing access  
8. Implementing records management: practical and managerial issues  
Appendix A: Bibliography and sources of further information  
Appendix B: Select list of national and international standards  
Appendix C: Professional organizations for records managers in English-speaking countries

Records Management and Information Culture: Tackling the people problem

1. Background and context    
2. The value accorded to records   
3. Information preferences   
4. Language considerations and regional technological infrastructure   
5. Information-related competencies   
6. Awareness of environmental requirements relating to records 7. Corporate information technology governance   
8. Trust in recordkeeping systems   
9. Bringing it all together   

Records and Information Management

1. The origins and development of records and information management
2. Records and information management: the foundation for information governance
3. Records and information creation/capture, classification, and file plan development
4. Records retention strategies: inventory, appraisal, retention, and disposition
5. Records and information access, storage, and retrieval
6. Electronic records and electronic records management systems
7. Emerging technologies and records management
8. Vital records, disaster preparedness and recovery, and business continuity
9. Monitoring, auditing, and risk management
10. Inactive records management, archives, and long-term preservation
11. Records management education and training
12. From records management to information governance, an evolution

Managing Records in Global Financial Markets: Ensuring compliance and mitigating risk

Introduction to the series - Geoffrey Yeo
1. Global financial markets - Victoria L. Lemieux, David Long and David Kemp
2. Conflicts of laws in multiple jurisdictions - Ed Sautter
3. Impact of the extrajurisdictional reach of the USA - Ed Sautter
4. Moves towards a common regulatory framework for financial services in the European Union - Jonathan Herbst and Simon Lovegrove
5. Data exchange and confidentiality: an Asia Pacific perspective - Julian Cunningham-Dayand Marly Didizian
6. Information privacy in the USA - Regan Adams
7. Managing records risks in global financial institutions - Victoria L. Lemieux and Ember D. Krumwied
8. The digital revolution and its impact - P. J. Di Giammarino
9. Mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and insolvencies - John Ramsey
10. Records management considerations in global strategic outsourcing - Victoria L. Lemieux
11. Authenticity and evidential weight of digital evidence in legal proceedings - Stephen Mason
12. Discovery and records management - Christine Ardern
13. Establishing a global policy framework for the management of records - Rod Stone
14. Embedding records management in the business - Judith Ellis
15. Corporate memory: the development and maintenance of an archival service - Tina Staples

Managing Electronic Records 

1. The wild frontier ten years on - John McDonald  
2. The use of standards and models - Hans Hofman  
3. Metadata matters - Kate Cumming  
4. Digital preservation – ‘the beautiful promise’ - David Ryan  
5. Research in electronic records management - Xiaomi An  
6. Technologies for preservation - Richard J. Marciano and Reagan W. Moore  
7. Legal issues - David O. Stephens  
8. Ethics and electronic recordmaking - Verne Harris  
9. Competencies – the asset that counts most: on developing human talents as a prerequisite for successful EDRM changes - Thijs Laeven  
10. Records management: two case studies from the French private sector - Pierre Fuzeau  
11. Implementing a solution for electronic recordkeeping in the public sector - Judith Ellis  
12. Playing the long game – creating and maintaining the links in the value chain - Julie McLeod and Catherine Hare

Geoffrey Yeo is an Archives and Records Management specialist at the Department of Information Studies, University College London. 

Dr Elizabeth Shepherd qualified as an archivist and worked in archives and records management in local government before becoming a records management specialist at TFPL Ltd. In 1992 she was appointed in the Department of Information Studies at University College London (UCL), to update and revise the MA in Archives and Records Management of which she was programme director until 2002. In 2003 she was appointed a senior lecturer, in 2007 Reader, and Professor of Archives and Records Management in 2011. She teaches concepts and contexts and the recordkeeping professional and co-ordinates the research skills module for doctoral students in DIS.

Gillian Oliver is an academic at the School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Her PhD is from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Her research interests centre on organisational culture, and the influences this has on the way that information is managed. She is the author of Organisational Culture for Information Managers (Chandos, 2011) and a Co-editor in Chief of Archival Science. 

Fiorella Foscarini holds a PhD in archival studies from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Prior to joining the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, she worked as senior archivist for the European Central Bank. In her teaching and research, she uses archival science, diplomatics and genre theory, as well as ideas of organizational culture and information culture to investigate how records are created, managed, and preserved in organizations.

Patricia C. Franks is an associate Professor in the School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at San Jose State University in California, where she serves as the Master of Archives and Records Administration (MARA) Program Coordinator and the SLIS Internship Program Coordinator. Dr. Franks supervises virtual interns and teaches courses related to information organizations and management, archival studies, and records management. Her professional activities include working with ARMA International, most recently as Consensus Group Leader for both ANSI/ARMA 1-2011 Implications of Web-Based, Collaborative Technologies in Records Management and ARMA TR 21-2012 Using Social Media in Organizations.

Lynn Coleman was Regional Records Manager, Europe, Middle East & Africa for a global investment bank in London. She recently relocated to Australia where she undertakes records management projects.

Victoria L. Lemieux is Director of the Centre for the Investigation of Financial Electronic Records and an assistant professor of archival studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

Rod Stone is Records Manager - Global Policy & Oversight at the Royal Bank of Scotland in London.

Dr Julie McLeod is a Reader and Programme Leader for Records Management courses at the School of Computing, Engineering and Information Sciences, Northumbria University. 

Catherine Hare BA PGCE MCLIP is Manager of the UK office of the Community of Science in Newcastle upon Tyne, and was until recently on secondment to the United Nations in New York.



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