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This publication is long out of print but copies may be available to examine in larger archival institutions.

McKemmish, Sue and Michael Piggott. The Records Continuum: Ian Maclean and Australian Archives First Fifty Years. Clayton, Vic, AUS: Ancora Press, 1994.

McKemmish, Sue and Frank Upward. The Archival Document. Clayton, Vic, AUS: Ancora Press, 1993.

*Maedke, W, et al. Information and Records Management. 3d ed., Encino, CA: Glencoe Publishing, 1989.

Nesmith, Tom, ed. Canadian Archival Studies and the Rediscovery of Provenance. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press in association with the Association of Canadian Archivists and the Society of American Archivists, 1993.

*Pederson, Ann E and Mark Brogan. Documenting Society. Perth, AUS: Edith Cowan University, 1998. Available on CD-ROM.

*Pederson, Ann E, ed. Keeping Archives. Sydney, AUS: Australian Society of Archivists, 1987.

Roper, Michael and Carol Couture. Impact Evaluation of the Records and Archives Management Programme (RAMP) of the General Information Programme (PGI). (RAMP Study PGI-93/WS/10).  Paris, FR: UNESCO, 1993.

*Schellenberg, Theodore H. Modern Archives: Principles and Techniques. SAA Classic Reprint. Chicago, IL: Society of American Archivists, 1996.

Walne, Peter, comp. Modern Archives Administration and Records Management: A RAMP Reader. (RAMP Study PGI-85/WS/32). Paris, FR: UNESCO, 1985. Available electronically through the UNESCO website.

Walne, Peter, ed. Selected Guidelines for the Management of Records and Archives: A RAMP Reader. (RAMP Study PGI-90/WS/6). Paris, FR: UNESCO, 1990. Available electronically through the UNESCO website.

Organising and Controlling Current Records

Charman, Derek. Records Surveys and Schedules: A RAMP Study with Guidelines. (RAMP Study PGI-84/WS/26). Paris, FR: UNESCO, 1984.

Doyle, Murielle and Andrè Frèniére. The Preparation of Records Management Handbooks for Government Agencies: A RAMP Study. (RAMP Study PGI-91/WS/18). Paris, FR: UNESCO, 1991. Available electronically through the UNESCO website.

Durance, Cynthia J, ed. Management of Recorded Information: Converging Disciplines. München, Germany, KG Saur, 1990.

Duranti, Luciana. Diplomatics: New Uses for an Old Science. Metuchen, NJ: Society of American Archivists, Association of Canadian Archivists and Scarecrow Press, 1998.

Emmerson, P, ed. How to Manage Your Records: A Guide to Effective Practice. Hemel Hempstead, UK: ICSA Publishing Ltd, 1989.

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