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Reflections on the Continuum
Documents | Contributor(s): Kate Cumming
Session 2 of the Always Becoming Symposium explored the models of the continuum and how they have been utilised and adapted to investigate different elements of socio-cultural recordkeeping. In doing so, the aim was to identify and discuss the proposed emerging field of study of continuum...
Design principles for decentralised recordkeeping systems
Documents | Contributor(s): Cassie Findlay
Session 3 of the Always Becoming Symposium aimed to explore the designing of archival and recordkeeping frameworks, research and praxis to address the 'Co's discussed in the morning sessions. Cassie Findley outlines her design ideas for the Records Continuum community.
Another world is possible: Digital equity/equality and the role of the archive and the recordkeeper?
Presentations | Contributor(s): Andrew Flinn
2015917Digital Equality/Equity: the Contribution of the Archive? Public lecture in celebration of 25 years of records continuum research and education at Monash University. In a world awash with information, the role of records and archives looms large in individual and collective lives. Records...
Mediated Recordkeeping Model
Presentations | Contributor(s): Leisa Gibbons
Documents | Contributor(s): Greg Rolan
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Permeable Binaries, Societal Grand Challenges, and the Roles of the Twenty-first Century Archival and Recordkeeping Profession
Documents | Contributor(s): Anne J. Gilliland
Building upon recent work, this paper demonstrates how 21st century recordkeeping concerns are integral to societal grand challenges that have been identified by governments, think tanks, scholarly organisations and affected communities around the globe. Using the example of forced displacement...
Always Becoming Symposium Program
Documents | Contributor(s): Records Continuum Research Group
The detailed program for the Always Becoming Symposium on 16 September 2015. Features the background, agenda, participant list and responses to the key questions about most significant Records Continuum moment of the past 25 years, plus the key challenge for the next 25 years.
Co as Transformative
Session 1 of the Always Becoming Symposium aimed to explore the need to address the plural, the connected, the diaspora and the incommensurate in archival and recordkeeping research, education and practice and question whether the key features of an archival multiverse are adequately represented...
Digital preservation: sustainability through participation?
Presentations | Contributor(s): Alexandra Eveleigh, Rebecca Frank, Greg Rolan
The documentation and preservation of digital material is of central concern to everyone working in memory institutions – whether from a research, cultural heritage, or accountability perspective. However, exponentially increasing volumes against a backdrop of changing technology and...
Cultural identity as a human right: mandates and policy limitations in archival "participatory" approaches
Presentations | Contributor(s): Livia Iacovino
Archival research agenda in Australia successfully harnessed the human rights momentum of 2008-12 (manifested in the National human rights consultation 2009 and Australia’s National Human Rights Action Plan 2012) in promoting human rights in records, in particular in relation to Indigenous...
Report 2. Recordkeeping, Legal and Ethical Principles and Requirements for HealthConnect: Template V1.0
Documents | Contributor(s): Livia Iacovino
July 2005/Amended July 2008The recordkeeping, legal and ethics principles in this governance template are based on the ‘warrants’ of these disciplines. Potential conflicts betweenrecordkeeping principles and legal or ethical ones have been noted, for example, the privacy...
Report 3. Recordkeeping Standards Analysis of HealthConnect
Documents | Contributor(s): Barbara Reed
June 2005This report represents the conclusions of a major analysis of the requirements of the HealthConnect Business Architecture. This analysis has been used to support a number of products for the research team. This report presents the conclusions in relation to the extent to...
Report 4. Issues Arising from Analysis of the HealthConnect Business Architecture v1.9
July 2005This report identifies a number of the issues that are raised from the analysis of the HealthConnect Business Architecture v 1.9. It consists of a brief description of the technical architecture of HealthConnect, followed by a discussion of a number of issues of concern.
Report 5. VERS – openEHR Mapping Commentary
Documents | Contributor(s): Rob Meredith
A Mapping of the Victorian Electronic Records Strategy Schema to openEHRJanuary, 2004This document is a commentary on a comparison between the Victorian Electronic Records Strategy (VERS) and the openEHR electronic health records standard. VERS documents the Victorian State...
Australian Recordkeeping Metadata Schema Version 1.0
Documents | Contributor(s): Sue McKemmish, Glenda Acland, Kate Cumming, Barbara Reed, Nigel Ward
The Australian Recordkeeping Metadata Schema (RKMS) is the main deliverable from the 1998-99 SPIRT Recordkeeping Metadata Research Project. The RKMS provides:a standardised set of structured recordkeeping metadata elements;a framework for developing and specifying recordkeeping metadata...
Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project Final Report
Documents | Contributor(s): Clever Recordkeeping Metadata Project
The final report of the Clever Recordkeeping Metadata (CRKM) Project (2003-2006) details the agile, iterative, rapid prototyping techniques employed in the development of a proof-of-concept Metadata Broker featuring recordkeeping metadata translation and registry services...
Report 1. Report on a preliminary analysis of the dataflow(s) in HealthConnect system
Documents | Contributor(s): Hans Hoffman
||Full Title:||Electronic Health Records: Achieving an effective and ethical legal and recordkeeping framework|| ||Dates:||2002 - 2004|| Electronic Health Records: Achieving an Effective and Ethical Legal and Recordkeeping Framework
Tornados and Technicolor: Swirling thoughts and the continuum
Presentations | Contributor(s): Heather Soyka
25 March, 2015. Monash UniversityIn grappling with the literature of continuum thinking, past and present, often I feel as though I have just started to traverse a winding and extremely interesting path of possibilities. Perhaps Dorothy (another American!) felt this way as she also followed her...
Addressing the 'Co' in Records Continuum Thinking
Documents | Contributor(s): Anne Gilliland