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Reflection on ‘Recordkeeping theory, models & strategies and today’s workplace’ March 2021

By Barbara Reed Our recent Recordkeeping Roundtable event was inspired by James Lappin’s recent article, Rival records management models in an era of partial automation. This was a welcome contribution, partly because so much of the current records discussion is … Continue reading

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Online event: Recordkeeping theory, models & strategies and today’s workplace

Provoked and intrigued by the recent discussion spurred by James Lappin’s article (cited below), the Recordkeeping Roundtable crew have been inspired to create a virtual panel discussion, featuring James, Chris Hurley, Andrew Waugh and Nicola Forbes. We’d love you to … Continue reading

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