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How to Manage Records in the e-Environment

Handbook / Manual
By: Julie McCleod and Catherine Hare
174 pages, Figs
How to Manage Records in the e-Environment
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  • How to Manage Records in the e-Environment ISBN: 9780851424637 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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About this book

A practical approach to developing and operating an effective programme to manage hybrid records within an organization. This title positions records management as an integral business function linked to the organisation's business aims and objectives. The authors also address the records requirements of new and significant pieces of legislation, such as data protection and freedom of information, as well as exploring strategies for managing electronic records. Bullet points, checklists and examples assist the reader throughout, making this a one-stop resource for information in this area.

Contents

Introduction; Copyright and libraries; User permissions; Licensing schemes; Licensing agreements for electronic information; Electronic copying and digital use of copyright material; UK legislation; EU documents; International treaties; Case law; Copyright in the work environment (case studies); Further reading; Useful organisations, addresses and web sites.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Julie McCleod and Catherine Hare
174 pages, Figs
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