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Welcome to the RCRG wiki – a knowledge base for records continuum thinking that, as such, will be ‘always in a process of becoming’ (McKemmish 1994).

We have began to develop the knowledge base with the migration of the reports of key research projects and the short bios of those people involved in the initial establishment of the Records Continuum Research Group at Monash. We hope to expand on this so that on these pages you will find details of Records Continuum theory, it’s development and use in research, education and practice , the people significant to the development of the Records Continuum body of knowledge, reports and other outcomes from key research projects and much more. This wiki is lightly structured and you will find that its pages are highly interlinked. It doesn’t matter where you start – jump right in!


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Seminars and Symposia

Updated on 30 Oct 2015

Date Location Title Presenter(s) 29 October, 2015 Monash University Flooded by a Wall of Water: Parent-Child Reminiscing about Local Environment and Unwanted ChangesDetails.. Mauro Sarrica 27 August, 2015 Monash University Cultural identity as a human right: mandates and policy …

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Test Wiki Page

Updated on 20 Oct 2015

This top page is used for testing new wiki features. missing {Example …

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Main Page

Updated on 14 Oct 2015

Welcome to the RCRG wiki – a knowledge base for records continuum thinking that, as such, will be ‘always in a process of becoming’ (McKemmish 1994). We have began to develop the knowledge base with the migration of the reports of key research projects and the short bios of those …

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