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ERIC Number: ED053728
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep
Pages: 39
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An Institute in Archival Librarianship (University of Oregon, Eugene, September 22, 1969 - August 14, 1970.) Final Report.
Oregon Univ., Eugene. School of Librarianship.
The Institute was designed to educate twenty superior college graduates in the fundamentals of librarianship and the theory and practice of archival work. Besides the core curriculum in Librarianship, four especially designed courses in archival work were given. The Seminar on History, Development, and Character, of Archives discussed the historical development of records keeping including writing paper, methods and collections; archival resources; and physical preservation and restoration. The Seminar in Legal Significance and Use of Records investigated legal control of the administrative processes affecting records within government, business, and institutions. Records Management and Information Systems emphasized quality and simplification. The workshop was spent in archival establishments in individual in-service situations, specifically arranged to best suit the interests and capacity of each participant. Participants received credit toward the Master of Library Science Degree. (For papers prepared for this Institute see LI 002963 through LI 002976). (Author/NH)
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Sponsor: Division of Library Programs, BLET.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. School of Librarianship.
Identifiers: University of Oregon
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