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a place where something is deposited for safekeeping

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a depository containing historical records and documents

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The basic tenets of archives are easier to comprehend when they are given some historical context, and chapter one puts the core principles of archival science squarely in the context of the French Revolution.
Having multiple versions of an item or a bitstream in DSpace is possible now, but it is complex, in part because there are multiple types of "versioning" that are appropriate for digital repositories: different versions in time (for example, new editions), different versions in format (for example, a Microsoft Word file and a PDF), and different versions in quality (for example, an archival master TIFF image and its associated thumbnail).
Adrian Cunningham explains in his article "Ensuring Essential Evidence: Changing Archival and Records Management Practices in the Electronic Recordkeeping Era" that "A key element of this [Australian] system was a rejection of the traditional North American division between the work of records managers (who work with current records) and archivists (who work with noncurrent or historical records).
Human papillomavirus in false negative archival cervical smears: implications for screening for cervical cancer.
Magnetic tape is the most commonly used data center archival technology.
Fred Deutsch, VideoSave founder, says: "Offsite archival not only places video evidence beyond reach of tampering or sabotage, but is 'seen to do so.
Again for back-up purposes, put a copy of these materials in the archival storage.
It is always difficult to integrate archival research with literary criticism, but this author does a far-above-average job with this complicated task.
This month, historian Joanna Harris intends to bring that past to life when she launches Bay Area Dancing: Documenting a Living Legacy, a project to culminate in 2004 or 2005 with a publication and a DVD that will include dance reconstructions and archival film footage.
Haworth Press (Bingamton, NY) will begin the publication of three new journals in the first quarter of 2002, including Journal of Access Services, Journal of Archival Organization and Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation.
Acid-free and buffered, Archival Frame Backer introduces no acidity into the frame package and helps protect against pollution, according to company officials.
Among the most interesting archival sources on which Viola draws in chapters 4 and 5 is an OGPU (secret police) memorandum on "forms of class war in the countryside in 1930" which covers both "terrorist acts" committed by individuals (murder, assault, arson) and collective disturbances (protests, riots, armed uprisings).
In this President's Letter I would like to examine the nature of our archival journals and their place in this activity.
While business-critical e-mails and e-mail attachments are often retained with e-mail archival systems, files too large to send as e-mail attachments typically bypass the archiving systems.
This book showcases the latest work on the nature and purpose of archives and the role of archivists and archival institutions in the creation, use, and preservation of societyAEs documentary record.