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  • boulou boulou | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    van Amsterdam Archaeology Alumnus edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Philosophy and Literature edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password email to that

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    Exploring the Essence of Records Management A Witness Seminar Conference Newcastle upon Tyne 4 5 May 2006 Review more by Rachel Hardiman More Info Published in Records Management Journal Vol 16 No 3 2006 Research Interests Recordkeeping and Archives and Records Management edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section S Bailey Managing the Crowd Rethinking Records management for the Web 2 0 World Book Review more by Rachel Hardiman More Info Pre publication version of review published in Records Management Journal Vol 19 No 1 2009 Research Interests Records Management Electronic Records Management Recordkeeping and Archives New Media and Web 2 0 edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Transforming Information and Records Management through Research and Development more by Rachel Hardiman These proceedings capture the content of the third Witness Seminar hosted by Northumbria University s School of Computing Engineering and Information Sciences on 4 March 2010 It built on the success of two previous witness seminars in more These proceedings capture the content of the third Witness Seminar hosted by Northumbria University s School of Computing Engineering and Information Sciences on 4 March 2010 It built on the success of two previous witness seminars in terms of its format and style but was also different in some important ways Firstly it represented the final event of a 3 year Arts Humanities Research Council AHRC funded research project Accelerating positive change in e records management AC erm secondly the seminars took a series of questions rather than articles as their starting point and thirdly it was much shorter lasting only half a day Although it was the final AC erm project event and therefore show cased some of the project s outputs the sessions and discussions were deliberately designed to revolve around the broader context of research and development in records and information management More Info Co editor with J McLeod lead and S Childs Proceedings of the 3nd Northumbria Witness Seminar Conference Newcastle upon Tyne 4 March 2010 Research Interests Recordkeeping and Archives Records Management Electronic Records Management AC erm and ACerm edit View on northumbria ac uk Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Examining the Issues and Challenges of eMail and e Communications Exploring Strategies with Experts more by Rachel Hardiman The Witness Seminar concept comes from oral history research where key participants in an event or activity are brought together in a seminar to discuss the topic as they remember it see http icbh ac uk icbh witness welcome html more The Witness Seminar concept comes from oral history research where key participants in an event or activity are brought together in a seminar to discuss the topic as they remember it see http icbh ac uk icbh witness welcome html The discussions are taped and transcribed resulting in a rich data resource for historical research We adopted the concept for experts to share their knowledge and ideas and reflect on their experiences Building on the feedback and our

    Original URL path: http://uva.academia.edu/Departments/Archival_and_Information_Science/Documents (2012-11-14)
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  • Rachel Hardiman | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    accelerating positive change or not Two strategic conclusions are drawn which are particularly important for records professionals to address 1 the need to articulate a vision of successful ERM and 2 the need to reinterpret records management principles in the electronic environment More Info Co authored with J McLeod lead author and S Childs Final pre publication draft of article published in Archives Manuscripts 39 2 2011 pp66 94 Research Interests Recordkeeping and Archives Records Management Electronic Records Management AC erm and ACerm edit View on nrl northumbria ac uk Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section En mal d archive Postmodernist Theory and Recordkeeping more by Rachel Hardiman Postmodernist theories and philosophies have given a significant impetus to extensive rethinking of the role of records and recordkeepers the power and place of archives and records within a wider societal framework and the more Postmodernist theories and philosophies have given a significant impetus to extensive rethinking of the role of records and recordkeepers the power and place of archives and records within a wider societal framework and the relationship between memory the past and identity This article examines the core propositions and perspectives of records theorists who have adopted postmodernist standpoints or been influenced in their thought and practice by postmodernism It offers a critique of certain aspects of postmodernist thought in the context of recordkeeping focusing on the intellectual claims made for postmodernism the use of the past and the tensions between ethics and a relativist conceptual framework The article concludes that while postmodernist theory can be contested on many points its true value lies in its relentless questioning which cannot honestly be dismissed More Info This is an electronic version of an article published in the Journal of the Society of Archivists Vol 30 No 1 2009 pp27 44 Journal of the Society of Archivists is available online at http www tandfonline com openurl genre article i ssn 1465 3907 date 2009 volume 30 issue 1 spage 27 Publisher Taylor Francis Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Journal of the Society of Archivists Research Interests Archival Studies Recordkeeping and Archives and Postmodernism edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Accelerating positive change in electronic records management an empirical toolkit of solutions more by Rachel Hardiman The AC erm project aims to investigate and critically explore issues and practical strategies for accelerating positive change in electronic records management The project s focus is on designing an organisational centred architecture more The AC erm project aims to investigate and critically explore issues and practical strategies for accelerating positive change in electronic records management The project s focus is on designing an organisational centred architecture from three perspectives people process and technology This paper introduces the project describes the methodology a systematic literature review e Delphi studies and colloquia and presents solutions for improving ERM developed from the people and process e Delphi responses ERM is particularly challenging and the solutions offered by the Delphi

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  • Joost van Koutrik | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Studies Archives Digital Archives and 8 more Records Management Archival science Recordkeeping and Archives Electronic Records Management Archival Sciences Archival Record Use Metadata and Electronic Resource Management edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you

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  • Rob Groenewoud | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Information Science Alumnus edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Dutch Jewry and Housing of Amsterdam Jews edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password

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    van zijn boek Hij is niet alleen geïnteresseerd in de fysieke objecten die hij onderzoekt Ook de achtergrond van de stichting van kunstwerken en de achtergrond van de stichters dienen aldus Hoogewerff zoo stip mogelijk te worden gedocumenteerd Deze observatie van Hoogewerff raakt een van de belangrijkste vakgebieden van het hedendaagse mediëvistisch onderzoek De achtergrond van het object staat ook in het memorie onderzoek centraal Memorie voorstellingen kunnen worden gezien als een connectie tussen de levenden en de doden Ze vormen een manier om de zorg voor het zielenheil zeker te stellen maar worden ook ingezet als een gedachtenis aan de daden bij leven In dit paper zal aan de hand van een aantal memorievoorstellingen worden onderzocht hoe Hoogewerff omgaat met deze achtergrond Daarnaast zal worden gekeken hoe hij zich verhoudt tot het hedendaagse memorie onderzoek Location Hoogewerff congres Universiteit van Amsterdam Event Date May 2012 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Paper Stemmen uit het graf de iconografie van het grafmonument als communicatiemiddel more by Sanne Frequin Location Workshop Grafcultuur in Laatmiddeleeuws en Vroegmodern Nederland Vrije Univeriteit Amsterdam Event Date Jan 2010 Publication Name Graven Spreken Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden Publisher Uitgeverij Verloren Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Paper Why Do Pleurants Weep more by Sanne Frequin Abstract Death Commemoration and Memory An Exploration of Representation Concept and Change Sanne Frequin Why do pleurants weep On medieval tombs spread throughout great parts of Western Europe statues of mourning persons more Abstract Death Commemoration and Memory An Exploration of Representation Concept and Change Sanne Frequin Why do pleurants weep On medieval tombs spread throughout great parts of Western Europe statues of mourning persons can be found They form an everlasting funeral cortège grieving for the departed Who are the people depicted on these monuments and why are they placed on the tombs of the wealthy The identification of the statues beholds the key to their function In her publication of 2000 Ann McGee Morganstern has argued that a part of these statues of mourning people isn t actually mourning at all These statues recognizable through clothing and heraldic devices represent family members of the deceased the so called kinshippleurants They function as a pedigree used to display ancestry The statues do function in memory not in a mere religious way pray for me but in a more political and economical way remember me and my ancestry my son is my rightful heir However after the elimination of this first group as mourners a vast amount of tombs with pleurants that do show deep grief remains and those are poorly identified In literature this group is often described as a depiction of paupers commanded to pray and grieve for the deceased during the funeral ceremony in return for alms The prayer and alms giving will shorten the time in purgatory for the deceased Can the pleurants be identified as a portrayal of the poor in everlasting prayer for the benefit of the soul

    Original URL path: http://uva.academia.edu/Departments/Art_History/Documents (2012-11-14)
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  • Miranda Bloem | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    edit Edit Done Editing Papers The use of mobile raman spectroscopy to compare three full page miniatures from the breviary of arnold of egmond more by Miranda Bloem Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Acta Part A Molecular Research Interests Medieval illuminated manuscripts edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section profile views document views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me

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  • F. Reijnders | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    van Amsterdam Art History Faculty Member edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests History edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password email to that

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