Introduction to Additional Resources
This document provides information about a range of resources available in the field of records and archives management and in other fields related to the modules in The Management of Public Sector Records Study Programme. This tool focuses on the major English-language sources for records and archives management practice in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and North America. Information from other countries or regions is included as appropriate.
This tool only includes references to significant publications, major organisations or general works related to records and archives management. This document is not intended to repeat information found in the ‘What to Do Next?’ lesson in each module; users are advised to review those lessons for more specific information.
This resource tool is organised into five sections as follows.
Section 1:International and National Organisations. This section identifies key international and national organisations involved with records or archives management or other fields related to the topics discussed in the MPSR modules.
Section 2:Periodical Publications. This section lists major periodical publications on records and archives management.
Section 3:Core Publications, by Module Topic. This section identifies major publications on records and archives management. The section begins with references to valuable glossaries and bibliographies then identifies key works by module topic. Also included in this section are the RAMP Studies published by UNESCO on records and archives subjects. Those works marked with an asterisk (*) are recommended as part of a core library in records and archives management.
Section 4:Online Sources. This section lists valuable websites and listservs on records, archives and related topics.
Section 5:Video Films. This section identifies a number of valuable video productions that may be used for teaching or awareness raising.
This resource tool does include works dealing with